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Use "nonattendance" in a sentence
"To be sure, even among Christians, some of those we are calling lapsed are themselves the children of lapsed parents, but lapsing that is, nonattendance has risen very sharply across the generations."
"Congress, from the nonattendance of a few States, have been frequently in the situation of a Polish diet, where a single veto has been sufficient to put a stop to all their movements."
"The hall where the ceremony took place was cold and the chill was unbearable in the silence when her nonattendance was noted."