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  • verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of attend.


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attend + -est


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  • If thou attendest with heedfulness to these three fires, thou wilt succeed in conquering the three worlds.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 Kisari Mohan [Translator] Ganguli

  • When thou attendest as is meet to spiritual reading, or doest anything else rightly to the praise of God, thou dost often reap not less, yea even more, fruit from it than if thou hadst prayed.

    Spiritual Works of Louis of Blois 1506-1566 1903

  • Although thou passest over many words without attention, and then attendest to only one little word; or even though thou canst not pronounce one word with attention, thy labour will not be lost, if thou art watchful and right at heart.

    Spiritual Works of Louis of Blois 1506-1566 1903

  • If thou attendest unto God and unto thyself, thou wilt be but little moved with what thou seest abroad. '

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series) Alexander Whyte 1878

  • If thou attendest to that directing Hand which has hitherto preserved thee as a monument of thy Heavenly Father's mercy, thy victory is already sure, though thou mayst not know it.

    Memoir and Diary of John Yeardley Yeardley, John, 1786-1858 1860


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