company

[ kuhm-puh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF company

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPANY

The company smiled, and the philosopher answered, "I am Plato."

"I shall be very glad to have your company, Robert," said Hester.

Left Alexander Spring, in company with Windich, to look for water ahead.

This to the same tune, till every hand had been shaken by every one of the company.

"Be seated, Caleb," said Mr Clayton, as we entered the room in company.

But after all, I dare say there will be no need but to shew your faces in my company.

"Come out of that," he shouted, and made his way through the company as fast as he could.

I will now favor the company with a song of my own composure.

Let us run away, for fear he should make us enlist in his company!

Two of us were going in company, each with a load of cotton.

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