nonattender


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nonattender

(ˌnɒnəˈtɛndə)
n
a person who fails to attend an event, meeting, etc
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nonattender - someone who shirks dutynonattender - someone who shirks duty    
offender, wrongdoer - a person who transgresses moral or civil law
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As college attendance became more common, those who still did not receive a college education were even less skilled than prior college nonattenders and perhaps more likely to seek government assistance over time.
Americans who attend church semi-regularly -- nearly weekly or monthly -- are closer to weekly attenders than nonattenders in their views, with 69% believing religion can help solve today's problems.
Likely caucus goers were more middle aged than Republican nonattenders, with both the oldest and youngest cohorts slightly underrepresented.
Ann Cryer, former Labour MP for Keighley, welcomed the move but added: "I just hope this message gets beyond the mosque to the nonattenders because, by and large, the people who behave like this don't go to the mosque."
Those who did not attend the screen after a reminder were considered to be nonattenders.
Cancer anxiety and attitudes toward mammography among screening attenders, nonattenders and women never invited.
They concluded that while there were no inherent preexisting differences among attenders and nonattenders, there were differences in course performance based on SI attendance.