Attendants synonyms

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(Golf) A golfer's assistant and adviser.
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(Nautical) A naval ship that functions as a mobile base for other ships.
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An accompanying or attendant condition, circumstance, or thing
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(Music) A part, usually performed by instruments, that gives support or adds to the background in music, or adds for ornamentation; also, the harmony of a figured bass.
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(professional wrestling) A female performer in professional wrestling, acting as either a manager or personal chaperone; often used to attract and titillate male members of the audience.
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Any of the groom's attendants at a wedding whose duties include showing guests to their seats and escorting the bridesmaids
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A title of office and courtesy. See under esquire.
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A person employed to perform services, esp. household duties, for another
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The definition of a retinue is a group made up of followers and people who work for a famous person.
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A strong, dark ale, originally favored by porters, similar to a stout but less strong.
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A figurative record or writing; a collective memory.
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An orderly is a man working as an attendant at a hospital or medical care center.
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A professional soldier hired for service in a foreign army.
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A female servant or cleaner (short for maidservant).
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One who works solely for compensation, especially a person willing to perform for a fee tasks considered menial or offensive.
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A person or thing that helps; esp., an assisting worker who is more or less unskilled
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Something, such as a pamphlet, that offers basic information or instruction:
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Guardian is defined as someone who watches over or protects.
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A metal piece placed at the top of a candle to keep the wax melting evenly.
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An assistant, esp. of a medieval scholar or sorcerer
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The definition of an escort is something or someone who accompanies a person or thing, often for security or protection.
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The definition of a corollary is a natural consequence, or a result that naturally follows.
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A handbook on a specific subject
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A vessel, such as a supply ship or a tug, that is designed for and used in instances and services other than combat.
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A member of less than full status, as of a society, institute, etc.
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An assistant is defined as a person who helps someone.
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A person who works in the service of another (the employer) subject to a contract for hire, where the employer controls the conditions of work performance. See also agent.
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An employee, typically a long-term employee.
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The definition of a steward is an employee who is charge of the management of a very big house or a person who is responsible for the food and drink staff at a restaurant. The definition of a steward is an employee who distributes food and drinks.
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A person responsible for the care and maintenance of a building; janitor
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An adult who accompanies or supervises one or more young, unmarried men or women during social occasions, usually with the specific intent of preventing some types of social or sexual interactions or illegal behavior.
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An employee of a hotel who carries guest's luggage and runs errands.
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A nurse shark.
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An assistant; a helper:
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One that provides relief.
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(Uncountable, euphemistic) Correction of deficits, as by psychological counseling or medication or social support or remedial training.
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Help or assistance; esp., financial help
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One that abets an offender; one that incites; instigates; encourages. [First attested from 1350 to 1470.]
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A person in authority over employees, as an employer, a manager, or a foreman
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The definition of a manager is a person responsible for supervising and motivating employees and for directing the progress of an organization.
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Find another word for attendants. In this page you can discover 41 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for attendants, like: caddies, tenders, concomitants, accompaniments, valets, ushers, squires, servants, retinues, porters and pages.