- An attendee; one who attends a course, meeting etc.
- 1850, William Ellis, Alice Ellis and James Backhouse, The Life and Correspondence of William and Alice Ellis, of Airton, page 305, H. Longstreth
- : She was a very constant of First-day and week-day meetings, at the meeting places she belonged to
- 1900, James Wideman Lee, Naphtali Luccock and James Main Dixon, The Illustrated History of Methodism, page 345, The Methodist Magazine Publishing Co.
- : And she continued her infamous trade of procuress, while a zealous and regular of the Tabernacle at Tottenham-Court!
- 1950, Harold Spears, The High School for Today, page 2, American Book Co.
- : The great distance that some youth travel...is bound to play its part in the case of the borderline student who becomes an infrequent and finally drops out of school.
- 2000, Linda Woodhead and Paul Heelas, Religion in Modern Times: An Anthology, page 401, Blackwell Publishing
- : If there is no spiritual distinction between member and , the question is asked, Why have membership at all?
- (metaphysics) The subject; one who experiences.
- 1873, Sara S. Hennell, Present Religion: As a Faith Owning Fellowship with Thought, page 159, Trí¼bner and Co.
- : the whole process of ages"-long mentalization, of which our present ability of conceiving "Mind" forms only the culmination, and by no means the constant .
- 1954, Wilmon Henry Sheldon, God and Polarity: A Synthesis of Philosophies, page 48, Yale University Press
- : Activity of attention for the sake of knowledge changes only the mind of the and is resisted only by the habits, biases, laziness and the like
- 1996 July, Daniel A. Helminiak, The Human Core of Spirituality: Mind as Psyche and Spirit, page 53, State University of New York Press
- : The other aspect pertains to the subject"s own subjectivity, those qualities that constitute the subject as the experiencer or .
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