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attendee

noun as in one who is present at a specific event

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The other part of attending a homebuyer seminar is that the attendee gets to ask questions of a lender.

Face coverings will be mandatory for everybody in the stadium, and attendees will be given kits that contain KN95 masks and hand sanitizer.

It’s typically a surprise to all attendees but the organizer.

Selfmade, however, promises attendees that the skills it teaches will turn to profit by the course’s end.

From Digiday

Based on the confidence shown in our data, it’s not unrealistic to think attendees would be ready to attend conferences in the fourth quarter if that vaccination schedule holds up.

Another attendee, Chanel Andre, told CNN that it was hot inside the arena.

In fact, one attendee went so far as to describe the event as “super awesome.”

Never once in the course of the evening does one nominee, attendee, host, or presenter mention safe sex.

At a meeting in DeLand this week, only one attendee expressed pro-hunting views—an older gentleman wearing a Vietnam Veteran cap.

As sometime Davos attendee Bill Clinton once said, “Explanation is eloquence.”

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to attendee, such as: attendant, guest, participant, viewer, visitor, and witness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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