chaperone

[ shap-uh-rohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF chaperone

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAPERONE

I remarked one evening, as I chatted with Marguerite and her chaperone.

Luckily it was Helen's aura, not mine, and she had to chaperone it and do the politenesses.

But when it came to the chaperone, a Mrs. Dr. Bowman, things were different.

"Mrs. Jonas will chaperone the place as ever," replied Mr. Long.

He did though, and lugged me along for a chaperone, which is some out of my line.

How to get at you he did not know: you were always with that chaperone with sharp eyes.

"Well, I hope we did have a chaperone or two," was Polly's retort.

Her smile had in it some suggestion of the reserve of the chaperone.

"The wife of Malkiel the Second needs no chaperone," retorted Madame.

You will go with these as chaperone and camp at the foot of the first Fall.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHAPERONE

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