Antonyms for accompanies

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The clarified butter that accompanies it is excellent for fish sauce.

To us, the perceptions of sense are inseparable from the act of the mind which accompanies them.

I have heard that it ever accompanies the last stage of my malady.

She accompanies this with a glance that sets Luttrell's fond heart beating.

She accompanies me on my walks and drives, in my shopping, to the play.

Meanwhile, she accompanies me, serene and smiling, pleased above all at my delight.

You would have received it—from the man who accompanies her.

A shadow, azure as the light that tints the sapphire, accompanies her.

"I hope he did not put them on," interrupts the young theologian, for it is he who accompanies Tom.

The rapid clairvoyance which accompanies cataclysms spared him no detail.