companioned[ kuhm-pan-yuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF companioned
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPANIONED
For he was companioned by a great and growing fear, which he must hide.
That what I thought I had long since slain should have companioned me so closely when I knew it not!
He was companioned, here and now, in the great enlightenment.
There was unaware a hope-colored bliss in my inexperience which companioned me.
Anne sat long at her window that night companioned by a glad content.
Dark afternoons and evenings by the fire, companioned or alone.
A man so sought after and companioned cannot be described as lonely.
Night was falling; the damp softness of late autumn companioned him wistfully.
For ever to claim kindred with the firmament,And be companioned by the clouds of heaven.
He who was the gentlest, the noblest of mankind, was not to be so companioned.