accompany

[ uh-kuhm-puh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF accompany

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCOMPANY

The laws of the country made it impossible to accompany her beloved husband.

At midnight, Pericles came, to accompany Anaxagoras to Salamis.

The sauce to use depends on the dessert that it is to accompany.

He had felt relieved rather than disappointed when Yates refused to accompany him.

Captain Cole volunteered to accompany them with a dozen sowars.

She would have resented any offer to accompany her, and Mrs. Lynn arose to enter the house.

Simba selected Mali-ya-bwana to accompany him, but this did not meet Kingozi's ideas.

I will not stop here with you, and you shall not accompany me.

You must give us some music, my good Belinda, and make him accompany you with his flute.

Warmly discourages Miss Howe's motion to accompany her in her flight.

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