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  • One officer of his military escort was killed, and two more were wounded.
  • They escorted him off the field, which would have been to the fort.
  • This also allowed escort fighter aircraft to train guns on enemy aircraft during night operation.
  • The police escorted me to these places because they never wanted a big scandal.
  • Two to four thousand dogs and their human escorts generally attend this event.
  • As part of the campus safety system a student escort service is available to all members of the community.
  • They were built as light, long-range escort ships with limited anti-air capability.
  • The child will not be escorted to school or taken from parents.
  • They might appear during the day if coming to escort a dying relative to the spirit world.
  • The escort picked up the men, one of whom later died.
  • He uses his coat to cover both of them and escorts her to where she needs to go.
  • Green was told on arrival that he should leave the studio or he would be escorted from the building.
  • He escorts her to the school where she's to be employed.
  • He regularly ended up at the town's police station, from where he was escorted back home.
  • During a commercial break, the two were forced off the set and escorted out of the building by security.
  • The three officers are escorted to a chamber that appears to be some kind of temple.
  • Two of his escort had been killed and another was missing.
  • All of these machine guns could defend against attack when beyond the range of fighter escort.
  • During his daily hour of exercise, he is escorted to the yard by six prison officers.
  • Gray spotted two escort ships and led his aircraft into the attack.
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Meaning of escort

  • noun The act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them
  • noun An attendant who is employed to accompany someone
  • verb Accompany as an escort
    She asked her older brother to escort her to the ball