Of what value to the salads are the accompaniments often served with them?
His followers, that is to say, by repeating His life would experience its accompaniments.
I arrange her business and I play her accompaniments, and, as I said, I love her and she loves me.
Now a siege was necessary, with all its accompaniments of blood and woe.
And sometimes there would be like accompaniments to meteoric streams.
"Mr. Falconer will want me to play his accompaniments presently," she said.
Both bring life with its accompaniments of beauty and vigor and fruitfulness.
Of course, girls think such a lot of—of all the accompaniments, eh?
She practised these accompaniments every afternoon, as assiduously as any school‑girl.
One has therefore to beware of the accompaniments of being towed.