What is another word for attended by?

Pronunciation: [ɐtˈɛndɪd bˈa͡ɪ] (IPA)

The phrase "attended by" is commonly used to describe when someone is accompanied or accompanied by someone or something. However, there are a variety of synonyms you can use to express the same meaning. For example, you could use "accompanied by," "escorted by," "in the company of," "accomplished with," "joined by," or "partnered with." Other options include "supported by," "aided by," "assisted by," "backed up by," or "fueled by." By using different synonyms, you can give your writing a more varied and nuanced language that can help keep readers engaged and focused on your message.

What are the hypernyms for Attended by?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Attended by

  • Goodness is achieved not in a vacuum, but in the company of other men, attended by love.
    Saul Bellow
  • In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies.
    Winston Churchill
  • My school is attended by near three hundred scholars.
    Joseph Lancaster
  • Truth, like the juice of the poppy, in small quantities, calms men; in larger, heats and irritates them, and is attended by fatal consequences in excess.
    Walter Savage Landor
  • In each of the cathedral churches there was a bishop, or an archbishop of fools, elected; and in the churches immediately dependent upon the papal see a pope of fools. These mock pontiffs had usually a proper suit of ecclesiastics who attended upon them, and assisted at the divine service, most of them attired in ridiculous dresses resembling pantomimical players and buffoons; they were accompanied by large crowds of the laity, some being disguised with masks of a monstrous fashion, and others having their faces smutted; in one instance to frighten the beholders, and in the other to excite their laughter: and some, again, assuming the habits of females, practised all the wanton airs of the loosest and most abandoned of the sex. During the divine service this motley crowd were not contended with singing of indecent songs in the choir, but some of them ate, and drank, and played at dice upon the altar, by the side of the priest who celebrated the mass. After the service they put filth into the censers, and ran about the church, leaping, dancing, laughing, singing, breaking obscene jests, and exposing themselves in the most unseemly attitudes with shameless impudence. Another part of these ridiculous ceremonies was, to shave the precentor of fools upon a stage erected before the church, in the presence of the populace; and during the operation, he amused them with lewd and vulgar discourses, accompanied by actions equally reprehensible. The bishop, or the pope of fools, performed the divine service habited in the pontifical garments, and gave his benediction to the people before they quitted the church. He was afterwards seated in an open carriage, and drawn about to the different parts of the town, attended by a large train of ecclesiastics and laymen promiscuously mingled together; and many of the most profligate of the latter assumed clerical habits in order to give their impious fooleries the greater effect; they had also with them carts filled with ordure, which they threw occasionally upon the populace assembled to see the procession. These spectacles were always exhibited at Christmas-time, or near to it, but not confined to one particular day.
    Joseph Strutt

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