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attendant's or attendants'
There is no standard collective noun for the noun 'attendants', In which case any noun that suits the situation can be used. How about an absence of attendants or an attitude of attendants.
The correct spelling is 'attendants'.
There is no specific collective noun for attendants, there are many different types of attendants, parking attendants, flight attendants, church attendants, etc. Use a collective noun that is suitable for the circumstances:a staff of parking attendantsa crew of flight attendantsa congregation of church attendants
Your attendance will be noted by the attendants stationed at the entryway.
Only the queen has attendants, and their pupose is to feed and groom her and generally look after her.
because the king was selfish towards the attendants
Association of Flight Attendants was created on 1945-08-22.
The Attendants - 2013 was released on: USA: 23 January 2013 (internet)
Not all flight attendants or pilots for that matter cheat on their spouses, but for years it has been known that some flight attendants and pilots certainly can cheat on layovers.