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Depending on the platform, there’s a headline or accompanying description to write.

The pesticide handmaidens that accompany NPK fertilizers can also interfere with nutrient delivery and scramble chemical signaling between mycorrhizal fungi and their plant host.

A statement accompanying the list says Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, West Virginia, and Wyoming were added to the list this week.

When building out a content promotion plan, strategize what graphics, GIFs, or videos could accompany your social post.

George Washington’s Wen adds there wasn’t a press release or official statement that accompanied the website change.

He subsequently asked a reporter to accompany him as he dared to share his story with the police for the first time.

The coroner would also note the tiny hemorrhages that accompany strangulation.

His book openly and honestly explores the spiritual issues that accompany great suffering.

Her Royal Highness will no longer accompany The Duke of Cambridge on their planned engagement in Oxford today.

And also, for what reason about 30 military vehicles that accompany the convoy have no plates on them.

Madame Ratignolle begged Robert to accompany her to the house; she complained of cramp in her limbs and stiffness of the joints.

Captain Duffield wrote two messages, giving one to Harry, and the other to the soldier who was to accompany him.

Of this force, Colonel Guitar ordered one hundred to accompany him to Fulton.

Lawrence and Dan were told of the danger that threatened Fulton, and they determined to accompany Guitar in his expedition.

Monsieur le Maire,” said he, “I should like to examine the premises, and beg that you will have the kindness to accompany me.

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On this page you'll find 99 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accompany, such as: attend, escort, follow, guide, lead, and chaperon.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.