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Attendance, 1) waiting, service: “what, no a.? no regard? no duty?” Shr. IV, 1, 129. “on your a., my lord, here.” Tw. I, 4, 11.
2) presence; act of waiting on one: “wait a. till you hear further from me,” Tim. I, 1, 161 (i. e. do not go away). To dance a. == to wait on one without being admitted: “I dance a. here,” R3 III, 7, 56. Followed by on: “I danced a. on his will,” H6B I, 3, 174. “to dance a. on their lordships' pleasures,” H8 V, 2, 31.
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