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noun as in patrol

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You’re socially distanced on the bus, you have a military escort on motorcycles, with the bus going into the city.

Birria — beef or lamb braised with a seasoning mix as complex as any mole — gets an escort of broth, conjured from meat and bones, that makes me feel more vigorous just by its aroma.

Later reports say that authorities claimed to be merely escorting him back to his house arrest.

Escorting is big business on the straight side too, only more of a hush-hush operation.

The aircraft were likely escorting friendly fighters and bombers, in addition to the strike on the command-and-control center.

Those include giving paid private Skype shows sold over Twitter, escorting, and more.

A few weeks into escorting, he had what he gingerly calls a “rough experience” with a client.

If you stay more than one day at the hotel, do not tax the proprietor with the duty of escorting you to the table more than once.

A glance over his shoulder showed him Wilkins and two guards escorting the old woman.

They were like silver gulls escorting limitless schools of porpoise through placid waters.

His voice trailed off as one of the escorting guards, impatient at the delay, took Dylara by one arm and urged her on.

Escorting remains from quarters to church before funeral services.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to escorting, such as: garrison, vigilance, null, defending, lookout, and policing.

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