escorted

[ noun es-kawrt; verb ih-skawrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF escorted

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Thus leaning on his uncle, he was escorted back to the hostel.

They escorted him all the way to his eighty-thousand-dollar home.

He seemed to have escorted the other to the spot, and then to have left him there to do the job single-handed.

Dinney and Hunkie escorted Gloria to the end of the street and back.

Whom Defarge escorted to the top of the stairs, and, leaving seated there, returned.

Mrs. Moriarty continued the bombardment, as she escorted him to the door of the flat.

He escorted her in a manner and with a manner which made that walk a sort of royal progress.

A fifty gun ship and a frigate, which escorted them, escaped.

She rose and I escorted her within; then went to my own chamber to bathe and rest.

Three young ladies of Haverhill went to see it, escorted by Mr. Whittier.