Attending in a sentence

Definition of Attending

That attend or attends; that is or are in attendance; attendant. | Serving on the staff of a teaching hospital as a doctor. | present participle of attend

How to use Attending in a Sentence?

  • Its foundation and attending circumstances are treated in the body of these chronicles.
  • The magic phenomena attending the disease were of the most extraordinary character.
  • The chief was attending to that and the chief knew best what to do under the circumstances.
  • The great difficulty attending the sport is the exceedingly boggy nature of the ground.
  • It seems to me that most birds, attending strictly to business, might avoid a partial flood.
  • Jean was concerned chiefly with attending to certain matters which seemed to her of vital importance.
  • I expect to see you again after the rush of business attending the adjustment of my own particular affairs.
  • A few commercial travelers were consulting time tables and attending to the disposition of their baggage.
  • Nor is this enormous percentage of deaths very much to be wondered at when we consider the circumstances attending this epidemic.
  • A man was lately prosecuted for having waited on his customers in clothes he had worn when attending his children during an infectious complaint.
  • Certainly the work of attending to the furnaces is simplified, and there should be small ground for excuse if negligence is displayed.
  • Five hundred physicians attending the celestial court, each carrying a silver box with golden pills.
  • Men do not pray nor bring offerings to beings they suppose to be incapable of attending to them, or powerless to do them any good or evil.
  • The doctor, she said, had been up since seven o'clock attending to his patients.
  • They were immensely relieved that it was at last settled, though of course there would be the unpleasantness of a divorce and the attending gossip.
  • Her attachment to the child increases daily, and nothing in the world could induce her to forego the pleasure of attending to her wants.
  • After attending personally to the matter of feeding their horses oats, the two set forth with the air of having a definite purpose.
  • Too many persons place themselves above mankind, to rule and patronize it; too many persons make a trade of attending to it.
  • The buildings and other property occupied by the League or its officials or by representatives attending its meetings shall be inviolable.
  • By rights he ought to be here now, either steering or attending to the horse, though luckily the horse has sense enough to attend to himself.
  • There is a craze to have a number of priests attending the service, and a good many of them do go, very well pleased, as to a picnic.
  • If Peter heard the noise attending the disposal of his comrade, he was justified in believing that the girl had offered some resistance.
  • In a few years I should easily pass for your mother, and you would cut a ridiculous figure in attending me through the streets.
  • Women, perhaps unfortunately, cannot all be intended to be mothers, or spend their lives mending socks and attending to spring house-cleaning.
  • The girls attending the seminary usually number sixty, besides some pupils, six slave women, and other serving-women.
  • The first thing I did was to hasten to the house of my beloved, in order to inform her of every circumstance attending the transaction.
  • A consumptive patient in Russia directed, in her magnetic sleep, the attending physician to put her for nine days into a state of syncope.
  • Shops were to be closed for two hours at midday, during the ceremonies attending the unveiling of the Yetive monument in the Plaza.
  • Everything in the academy was normal and there were no conspiracies or treasonous talk being made within the mansion and so the cardinal stopped attending the classes there.
  • He reminded Mr. Gibney with some asperity that they were not attending a strawberry festival and for the love of heaven to get busy.
  • After attending to his wants, it was the habit of Old Peg to put on a pair of tortoise-shell spectacles and read.
  • He was attending the little church out here, and whatever good he got from his visit came through Father Ryan and his people.
  • That of the Hospital, on the contrary, on account of its office of attending the sick, had, necessarily, priests in it from its origin.
  • Somebody must have been attending it lately, for the fire roared and the warmth of the place was very grateful after the bone-searching cold blasts of mistral outside.

Short Example Sentence for Attending

  • I am attending to him myself.
  • How long have you been attending this school?
  • That man was attending to his business of a Pretender.
  • The circumstances attending that foundation will be given later.
  • Paul was busy in an adjoining room, attending to some correspondence.
  • McBain was in the quarters attending to the detail which fell to his lot.

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