accompany

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  • The urban growth has been accompanied by the development of industry and services.
  • As the community moved about the country, their animals accompanied them.
  • At first it was accompanied by a second stone, which is no longer visible.
  • Plans for a world-wide tour to accompany the new release were also announced.
  • The two types of American square dance are accompanied by different types of music.
  • He was told this time that his children could not accompany him.
  • She wished instead for the rest of the royal family to accompany her.
  • Forty-one percent were women, and twenty-nine percent were accompanied by children.
  • She is found by a young man who accompanies her the remaining journey.
  • Her show was a four song set and she was accompanied by two back up dancers.
  • She believed it enough to accompany him to the railway station on the last day of their union.
  • He did not expect to get the role and only went to accompany his friend.
  • Besides he seems to have been accompanied by a journalist, people he usually did not trust.
  • Washington frequently accompanied his wife to church services.
  • She never parts with it and it accompanies her through the entire series from then on.
  • This did not occur; the former first lady accompanied her husband on the funeral train.
  • A program of traditional music and dance also accompanies the community event.
  • He insisted on having his wife accompany him, even saying that he would not go alone.
  • Each sound was accompanied by a specifically shaped note and thus became known as shape note singing.
  • John George also accompanied the Emperor after the victory when he entered Vienna.
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Meaning of accompany

  • verb Go or travel along with
    The nurse accompanied the old lady everywhere