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
But when the dinosaurs appear, they terrorize the show's tiny attendees.
Attendees also got an early look at previously unknown and little-studied
  dinosaurs.
They should make multiple maps to help the event's planners, participants, and
  attendees prepare for and understand the event.
Attendees supported local raffle for pair of native made snowshoes and one of
  their own won it.
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