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Synonym of Accompany (verb)

follow guide attend escort lead spook convoy guard consort chaperon squire dog drag draft conduct date usher shadow come along string along tailgate associate with go along hang around with hang out keep company look after shlep along show about show around stick to tag along take out

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Example Sentences for accompany

This apparition surprised me, because it seemed to accompany me.

Yet she had none of the mannish mannerisms that so often accompany an "athletic" girl.

Pedro, Ned, and I were invited by the cacique to accompany him.

Her father had already decided to accompany her to the North himself.

Pauline has been with me several times, and is always delighted to accompany me there.

I was ordered to at once prepare to accompany them to Haul Bowlin.

The day that he arrived there he proposed to me to accompany him abroad.

He invited the chiefs to accompany him back to the encampment.

Then he said he must go, and asked Gilbert to accompany him.

After being welcomed with their many ceremonials of greeting, guides were furnished to accompany them to the next tribe.

Word Origin & History of - Accompany

Word Origin & History of Accompany

Word Origin & History

accompany early 15c., from M.Fr. accompagner, from O.Fr. acompaignier (12c.) "take as a companion," from à "to" + compaignier, from compaign (see companion).

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