chaperon[ shap-uh-rohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF chaperon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAPERON
To her the thought of his engagement was as good or as bad as a chaperon.
Besides, there was something of the chaperon about that collar.
It's quite fairly respectable to dine without a chaperon—since the war.
“I could arrange a little dinner and ask some one to chaperon,” he suggested.
You can take my place as Bettina's chaperon, and Delia will take care of the house.
Of course, Miss Gale, Inza's aunt, would go along as chaperon.
A "chaperon" did duty at the Astor when Juno was in the city, which was not often.
Mrs. Medford was a relative of Inza's who often accompanied her as companion and chaperon.
Moya's chaperon, facing the inevitable, capitulated as graceful as she could.
Some old tabby of a chaperon saw me there and came and told my grandmother.