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One Sunday a group of working men and girls went nutting, being duly and properly chaperoned.
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The girls sat on one side of the hall, chaperoned by their mothers or some old duennas, and the men on the other.
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A young teacher chaperoned this little company, of which Judith Blount was one.
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Miss Bladon, chaperoned by Lady Forsyth, would spend the winter abroad.
I have not chaperoned a girl for some years, but no doubt I could make you have a very nice time.
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Mrs. Churchill took Ella to the opera, and Mrs. Wynkar chaperoned Josephine to matines and weddings.
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She may be courted and she need not be chaperoned, nor yet forced to accept.
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In fact, if George had only known it, he was bi-chaperoned—if that is the way to put it—for there was me too.
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Chaperoned by nuns, they came to the dock half-shyly, half-boldly.
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Swift was the incumbent of this parish in 1699, and Stella, chaperoned by Mrs. Dingley, was quartered here in lodgings.
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