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See definition of attended on Dictionary.com
  • as infraught
  • as inobserved
  • as inushered

synonyms for attended

  • charged
  • filled
  • replete
  • abounding
  • bristling
  • heavy
  • laden
  • stuffed
  • checked
  • detected
  • noticed
  • realized
  • recognized
  • ascertained
  • beheld
  • contemplated
  • discerned
  • discovered
  • espied
  • examined
  • found
  • heard
  • heeded
  • inspected
  • marked
  • noted
  • perceived
  • regarded
  • revealed
  • scrutinized
  • seen
  • surveyed
  • viewed
  • watched
  • looked at

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    How to use attended in a sentence

    The Steelers are allowing a little more than 5,000 fans to attend their home games.
    PENNSYLVANIA SAYS ALL ATHLETES MUST WEAR MASKS WHILE PLAYING. THE STEELERS SAY THEY’RE EXEMPT.MATT BONESTEELNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    She struck a bargain with her parents that she would endure a debutante season of balls and be presented to the queen if they would allow her to attend university.
    ‘THE WOMAN WHO STOLE VERMEER’ REVISITS THE STRANGE TALE OF A BRITISH HEIRESS WHO BECAME A NOTORIOUS ART THIEFKATHARINE WEBERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    So reports of cases among students and staff should not, in themselves, lead us to believe that attending school is a source of spread.
    SCHOOLS ARE NOT SPREADING COVID-19. THIS NEW DATA EXPLAINS WHY.EMILY OSTERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    In Northern Virginia, more people are attending social gatherings while not wearing masks.
    VIRGINIA’S CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS ARE RISING. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.ANTONIO OLIVONOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Among people who contracted the virus in the first half of October — when the rise in cases in the District was beginning — nearly one in four had attended a social gathering of at least five people, and one in five had eaten in a restaurant.
    D.C.’S CORONAVIRUS NUMBERS ARE RISING. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.JULIE ZAUZMERNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Her 6-year-old daughter Marlee had been part of the day care since she was 2 and started attending the Christian school this year to avoid virtual learning in the public school system.
    AFTER VIRGINIA FAULTED A CHRISTIAN DAY CARE FOR LACK OF MASKS, PASTOR TOLD PARENTS COVID WAS A ‘HOAX’MEAGAN FLYNN, SARAH PULLIAM BAILEY, MICHELLE BOORSTEINNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    The organizers are reducing the number of spectators by 75 percent and only allowing residents from the tri-state area to attend.
    NYC FOR THE HOLIDAYS: THE CITY’S CLASSIC TRADITIONS HAVE BEEN TWEAKED FOR THE TIMESANDREA SACHSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    As I live very far away, I am unable to attend any of the child's birthday parties.
    MISS MANNERS: FAMILY VISIT BECOMES ONE BIG PROJECTJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    House Republicans went forward with their own event in the same location two days later, and on Tuesday, they held an in-person leadership election attended by more than 200 members, with the blessing of Monahan’s office.
    VIRUS THREAT REACHES INTO HALLS OF CONGRESS, CLOUDING SENATE AGENDAMIKE DEBONIS, SEUNG MIN KIM, KAROUN DEMIRJIANNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    Her oldest, 16, is a boy whose football games McDaniel loved attending, Knight said.
    FUGITIVE WHO DIED IN GUN BATTLE WITH MD. POLICE KILLED HIS ESTRANGED GIRLFRIEND IN FLA., AUTHORITIES SAYDAN MORSENOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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    WORDS RELATED TO ATTENDED

    • abounding
    • attended
    • bristling
    • charged
    • filled
    • heavy
    • laden
    • replete
    • stuffed
    • ascertained
    • attended
    • beheld
    • checked
    • contemplated
    • detected
    • discerned
    • discovered
    • espied
    • examined
    • found
    • heard
    • heeded
    • inspected
    • looked at
    • marked
    • noted
    • noticed
    • perceived
    • realized
    • recognized
    • regarded
    • revealed
    • scrutinized
    • seen
    • surveyed
    • viewed
    • watched
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