attendee

[uh-ten-dee, at-en-, uh-ten-dee]
noun
a person who is present at a specific time or place: a conference with thousands of attendees.

Origin:
1935–40; attend + -ee

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attendee (əˌtɛnˈdiː)
 
n
a person who is present at a specified event

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Example sentences
One attendee mentioned trips to pharmaceutical labs as a means of demystifying
  the industry.
And one attendee voiced concerns about being emailed by a reader who said he
  was near her campus and about to stop by her office.
Unless an attendee is blind, it seems to have no purpose.
In many ways, each attendee should be seen as much of an organizer as you.
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