- attendaunce (obsolete)
From Middle English attendance, from Old French atendance, from atendre (“to attend, listen”).
attendance (countable and uncountable, plural attendances)
- The act of attending; the state of being present; presence.
- Attendance at the meeting is required.
- All those in attendance are to sign this slip.
- 2022 May 10, Alex Finnis, “Episodic meaning explained: What the Buckingham Palace statement about the Queen's mobility problems means”, in inews.co.uk, Associated Newspapers Limited, retrieved 2022-05-11:
- The Prince of Wales will read the Queen's Speech on Her Majesty's behalf, with the Duke of Cambridge also in attendance.
- The persons or number of persons present.
- The class sat down so that the teacher could take attendance.
- 2021 May 10, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, “Joint IPPC/ePhyto Industry Advisory Group workshop continues for Dominican Republic”, in ktvb.com, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, retrieved 2022-05-11:
- The workshop […] was extremely successful with an attendance of more than 380 participants from government, the private sector and members of Trade Associations for Grains, Seed and Cocoa Federation.
- The frequency with which one has been present for a regular activity or set of events.
- John's attendance for the conventions was not good.
- (obsolete) Attention paid to something; careful regard.
act of attending; state of being present
persons present; their number
frequency of one's presence