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Spell check of attending

Correct spelling: attending

tending, downtrodden, docile, fostering, slavish, concentrating on, concurrent, kowtowing, coexisting, willing, inferior, servile, hob-nobbing, feudal, helpful, coexistent, adorning, taking notice of, coincidental, humble, aiding, joining, socializing, coincident, devoted, garnishing, watching, paying attention to, hearing, subordinate, attaching, obedient, adding, in, curtsying, studying, ministering, supplementing, listening, caring about, care, menial, accessorizing, meeting, ministrant, attendance, concomitant, funding, biddable, aid, thinking about, deferential, supporting, scrutinizing, complaisant, submissive, encouraging, heeding, chaperoning, seconding, motivating, facilitating, hosting, benefiting, dutiful, assisting, befriending, genuflecting, in attendance, present, taking seriously, sustaining, accompanied, conversing, gathering, groveling, attention, talking, relieving, affixing, abetting, subservient, yielding, browbeaten, acquiescent, mothering, escorting, serving, subjected, minding, attendant, helping, endowing, accompanying.

defunct, delayed, lost, AWOL, overdue, inattention, deceased, unrelated, retired, away, out, delinquent, vanished, departed, nonexistent, demised, gone, unassociated, dead, nonattendance, unconnected, late, tardy, absent, truant, missing, belated.

Examples of usage:

1) Amongst the prisoners I observed several women, who were attending to their children, and cooking their food, after the manner of civilized nations. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

2) The man works till late at night, and his wife has enough to do, attending to the wants of her large family. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) The facts and circumstances attending the fourth case deserve a more extensive statement. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.