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audit to attend (a course at a school or college) for no credit. [1/4 definitions]
boycott to refuse to buy, use, attend, or deal with (a product, activity, business, or the like), usu. as a protest or means of persuasion. [1/2 definitions]
day school a private school for pupils who live at home and attend classes only during the day. (Cf. boarding school.) [1/2 definitions]
default failure to attend a court session when summoned. [3/14 definitions]
groom to attend to the cleanliness and neatness of. [1/6 definitions]
honor guard a guard assigned to attend honorable persons or guests or to walk alongside the casket at a military funeral.
invite to politely ask (someone) to attend or come. [1/5 definitions]
keep to manage, maintain, attend to, or take care of. [1/14 definitions]
lackey to treat or attend in the manner of a lackey. [1/3 definitions]
minister to care for; attend to; serve (often fol. by "to"). [1/4 definitions]
miss1 to fail to perform, attend, or otherwise experience (esp. something planned on or desired). [1/10 definitions]
night school a school or classes held in the evening, esp. for students who cannot attend during the day.
open admissions the policy of admitting any student who desires to attend a university, regardless of proficiency.
party to attend a party or parties. [1/8 definitions]
picnic to attend or hold a picnic. [1/3 definitions]
prep to attend a preparatory school. [1/4 definitions]
quorum the number of members that an organization's rules require to attend a meeting in order for voting or other business to take place.
rain check a ticket stub entitling the bearer to attend an outdoor event such as a baseball game at a future date because the original event was rained out. [1/2 definitions]
resort to go to or attend frequently or by habit. [1/5 definitions]
school age the age when a child is able or legally required to attend school.
skip to fail to attend (a class, meeting, or the like). [1/10 definitions]