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He wasn’t just acting as some kind of chaperone, despite the implication.
Through his actions, the chaperone, Attorney Ed Sniffen, violated that trust.
Her smile had in it some suggestion of the reserve of the chaperone.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
And this is the room of all others to get in order, as I fancy Miss Cox, our chaperone, will occupy it.
"He will be along this evening with Miss Cox, our chaperone, and we want to get everything in order before he comes," said Dum.
"It would be a pretty piece of business for me to come down here as a chaperone and then be a baby," she said.
I have saved up the most important to the last:—our chaperone, Miss Cox, has gone and got herself engaged!
Mr. Tucker, tell me: did you really get mother to give up White Sulphur just to chaperone the twins and Page?
Nor did any personal jealousy interfere with the more substantial pleasures she enjoyed by being chaperone to Miss Seymour.
MANNERS, VOL 2 OF 3FRANCES BROOKE
You will make your first appearance as my chaperone, Lady Lyons.
MRS. DORRIMAN, VOLUME 3 OF 3JULIE BOSVILLE CHETWYND

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