accompanying

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

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"Good-night, captain," said the superintendent, accompanying him to the door.

There is an interesting study in the accompanying illustration.

All the details of construction are shown in the accompanying illustration.

With accompanying gen.: wges heard, strong in battle, 887; dat.

With accompanying gen.: wīges heard, strong in battle, 887; dat.

Will you oblige me by reading this letter, and the accompanying verses?

My object, of course, was now merely to have the pleasure of accompanying Berenice.

Mrs. Jones insisted on accompanying me on the first day's journey.

The ladies prepared their glasses and their knives for accompanying the chorus.

But now he offered his services and spoke of accompanying the other to Paris.

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