companion

[ kuhm-pan-yuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF companion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPANION

As Philothea turned towards her companion, she met Aspasia's earnest gaze.

Going back amazed, he asked his companion who the girl he had seen could have been.

And, of this island realm, he and his companion were the undisputed sovereigns.

Exclusion was to me starvation, and I eagerly adopted the counsel of my companion.

The man who faced the redhead was as light as his companion was ponderous.

"It is an excellent resolve," said my companion, looking at his watch.

He watched his companion eagerly, and he saw the face of Andrew work.

Colds caught at this season are The Companion to the Playhouse.

He bent closer to his companion, and spoke with a fierce intensity that brooked no denial.

Our companion, like her husband, was full of health, spirits and information.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COMPANION

chaperon

nounperson who accompanies for supervision
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