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attend to be present at. [7 definitions]
attendance the act of attending. [2 definitions]
attendant one who attends or waits on another person. [4 definitions]
attention concentration of mental powers, esp. on a particular object. [4 definitions]
attentive paying close attention; observant. [2 definitions]
attenuate to cause to be thin, rarefied, or fine. [4 definitions]
attest to confirm, testify to, or prove the genuineness or worth of. [2 definitions]
at the drop of a hat without much provocation; easily.
at the end of one's rope at the limits of one's endurance or patience.
at the end of one's tether at the utmost limit of one's strength, resources, or abilities.
at the expense of at the sacrifice of or cost of.
at the latest no later than (a specified time).
at the mercy of completely in the power of.
at the outside at the absolute limit.
at the wheel driving or steering a vehicle such as an automobile, ship, or the like. [2 definitions]
Attic of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Attica or Athens, esp. in classical times, or its people, culture, language, or the like. [4 definitions]
attic the space in a house directly underneath the roof.
Attica the region around Athens, Greece, that was ruled by the city in classical times.
Atticism a style, idiom, mannerism, custom, or the like, that is characteristic of Attic Greek. [2 definitions]
Attic salt (often l.c.) sharp wit, skillfully phrased; Attic wit.
Attic wit see Attic salt.