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accompany
used in The Giver

4 uses
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Definition
to travel along with; or to be present with at the same time and/or location

or:

to perform with
  • Jonas nodded, agreeing, as he recalled the incident, and its accompanying misery.
    p. 63.0
accompanying = having come at the same time
  • But many came to the stage accompanied by another child beaming with pride to receive a little brother or sister, the way Jonas had when he was about to be a Five.
    p. 43.4
  • accompanied = joined
  • There was new clothing: different undergarments for the females, whose bodies were beginning to change; and longer trousers for the males, with a specially shaped pocket for the small calculator that they would use this year in school; but those were simply presented in wrapped packages without an accompanying speech.
    p. 47.2
  • accompanying = coming at the same time
  • Each announcement was lengthy, accompanied by a speech directed at the new Twelve.
    p. 52.8
accompanied = came with
There are no more uses of "accompany" in The Giver.

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