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  • He accompanied her, and the children joined them later with his father.
    accompanied = went with
  • She's going to accompany us on our vacation.
    accompany = come with
  • Will you accompany her to the party?
    accompany = go with
  • Two men accompanied Cole on this final leg of his journey.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • In the previous moments of stupendous danger, Papa had said goodbye to Wolfgang Edel and was ready to accompany Liesel home.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • While boys and men could roam freely about town, my mother and I could not go out without a male relative to accompany us, even if it was a five-year-old boy!   (source)
  • Even though I was well beyond the trick-or-treating stage myself, I usually threw on some mask or other to accompany him up and down the blocks, watching him knocking on people's doors, giddy with excitement.   (source)
  • Care to accompany me upstairs?   (source)
  • Several immigration officials accompanied by police began searching the platform, turning over boxes and dumping out field bins.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • The other day, I accompanied Farzana Jan to the bazaar to buy some potatoes and naan.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
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  • Effie is accompanying us back and Haymitch, too, of course.   (source)
    accompanying = traveling with
  • He wanted me to accompany him on a business trip.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • The yellow copy would accompany Connor to his end, and the pink would stay with his parents, as evidence of what they'd done.   (source)
    accompany = go with
  • It looked like the same bike ridden by Roy's new friend, Beatrice, when she'd accompanied him home from school.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • The police went to Shizuka Watanabe and asked her and her family to accompany them to the mountain.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • Nevertheless, Harry was determined to find out more about Riddle, so next day at break, he headed for the trophy room to examine Riddle's special award, accompanied by an interested Hermione and a thoroughly unconvinced Ron, who told them he'd seen enough of the trophy room to last him a lifetime.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • His big dream, originally, was to go off and live in the woods with some beautiful woman. He was hot for at least a couple of different girls who worked with us, and he spent a lot of time and energy trying to talk Sue or Barbara or whoever into accompanying him, which in itself was pretty much pure fantasyland.   (source)
    accompanying = traveling with
  • 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.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • I accompanied Father to the factory every morning, to see (he said) how things worked in the real world.   (source)
    accompanied = went with
  • He may be accompanied by one or more dogs.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • The handsome captain made a similar gesture, presumably offering to accompany her, but Nina shook his hand just as soberly as she had shaken the Count's and then walked across the square in the general direction of historical necessity.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • I had tried to help manage her drug problem, read those stupid books about addiction, and accompanied her to N.A. meetings.   (source)
    accompanied = travelling with
  • He loved the beautiful women in fine clothing and jewels who sometimes accompanied the important men.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled along with
  • Johann smiled weakly and accompanied them to the door.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • Mother Slaughter and Josiah Worthington, Bart, accompanied Mr. Owens to the crypt of the old chapel, and they told Mrs. Owens the news.   (source)
    accompanied = went with
  • ...when Jem permitted me to accompany him (he was now positively allergic to my presence when in public), ...   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • Sometimes when he went to big village meetings or communal ancestral feasts he allowed Ikemefuna to accompany him, like a son, carrying his stool and his goatskin bag.   (source)
    accompany = come with
  • "Knight, Hatter, and Dodge will also accompany you," said General Doppel, which was when they noticed that Dodge was no longer among them.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • Tita had agreed to accompany John under a half moon to a neighbor's ranch to celebrate the neighbor's discharge from military service.   (source)
  • We'll accompany you to the medical facilities and get you in a private room for a while.   (source)
    accompany = go with
  • He returned a minute later accompanied by a blond guy in his early twenties.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • They are never, alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts, we've shouted to ourselves.   (source)
    accompanied = joined in their travels
  • He asked if I would allow him to accompany me to school.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • No, only you will accompany him.   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • Of all people, why had the captain chosen Lunardi to accompany me?   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • Of course it was impossible to ignore the presence of an aging white woman accompanied by a small black child.   (source)
    accompanied = traveling with
  • He accompanied her to her house.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • As he was entering his teens, Saeed's father asked Saeed if he would like to accompany him to the weekly communal prayer.   (source)
    accompany = go with
  • Would you like him to accompany you?   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • He had not wanted Dede to accompany me either, but she said she could not allow me to dismantle my house alone.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • "You will, of course, need a guide," said the king, "and, since he knows the obstacles so well, the Humbug has cheerfully volunteered to accompany you."   (source)
  • My father had accompanied the deportees as far as the entrance of the ghetto.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled along with
  • They have come to Qingdao to collect us and will accompany us on our train trip to Beijing.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • She cannot accompany us home, because of her condition.   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • I myself was privileged to accompany Sir Patrick Moore and Professor Richard Feynman when they were up here together.   (source)
    accompany = join (travel with)
  • Every year there'd be some new growth spurt to marvel at or a cousin with an accompanying girlfriend or boyfriend to whisper about in the kitchen or after they'd gone to bed.   (source)
    accompanying = escorting (traveling with)
  • Matthew Wood stood on the threshold of his home, his bushy eyebrows massed close together as he surveyed the three women who waited to accompany him.   (source)
  • He had made up his mind that he would accompany her as far as the Tube station, but suddenly this process of trailing along in the cold seemed pointless and unbearable.   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • "So long," he said patronizingly to the Warden, who had accompanied him as far as the lift gates.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • Afterwards I accompany them both to the railway station.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • He went out of the room calling "Ewing!" and returned in a few minutes accompanied by an embarrassed, slightly worn young man, with shell-rimmed glasses and scanty blond hair.   (source)
    accompanied = travelling with
  • ...sometimes they went as far as the village, accompanied by a nurse, of course.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • I was not invited to accompany him on his mysterious comings and goings   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • He began to accompany his mother on the meat-trail, and he saw much of the killing of meat and began to play his part in it.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • Prior to the Revolution there is a dearth of records; the earlier documents and archives of the Custom-House having, probably, been carried off to Halifax, when all the king's officials accompanied the British army in its flight from Boston.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • Scrooge's former self, now grown a young man, came briskly in, accompanied by his fellow-'prentice.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • With these thoughts I accompanied Jack and Franz to the fort.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled along with
  • she said I looked ill, and wished to accompany me to the sea-side.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • I am resolved to desert them and go to some remote corner of the earth, and shall be happy if you will accompany me, viscount.   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • One day she accompanied me, upon some household errand, into the cellar of the old building which our poverty compelled us to inhabit.   (source)
    accompanied = came with (traveled along with)
  • I accompanied the whale-fishers on several expeditions to the North Sea;   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • My son accompanied me on this journey.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled along with
  • The manacles are off, but he's still constantly accompanied by a pair of guards.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • He offered to accompany her to the hospital, but in a perfunctory way.   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • There will be no need for you to accompany us, Arthur.   (source)
  • If you go outside, you must be accompanied by a mahram, a male relative.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • Coach Downs came in at two-forty-five, accompanied by Hal Carlson, the custodian.   (source)
  • "Do you need me to …. accompany you inside?" he asked, after leading her down the hallway.   (source)
    accompany = go with
  • I was to accompany Pumpkin the following morning to be introduced to the teachers.   (source)
  • Cole was surprised that the guard did not handcuff him as long as Garvey accompanied them.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • The lawyer arrived, shook hands, murmured, gestured: I was to accompany him.   (source)
    accompany = go with
  • Her image appeared accompanied by a spasm of pure wretchedness.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • A senior officer, accompanied by an escort of soldiers, arrives at the front of the group.   (source)
  • As a boy, he had frequently accompanied the Lady of Diamonds to Redd's fortress on Mount Isolation.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • Samuel frequently accompanied his aunt Althea to Atlanta, where Corrine's aunt Theodosia lived.   (source)
  • Some of them were accompanied by their sons bearing carved wooden stools.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • And, when she did, she was always accompanied by Tariq, who seemed to relish this chivalric duty.   (source)
  • He disliked walking alone, however, and thus I was expected to accompany him.   (source)
    accompany = travel along with
  • It sidled up next to her and she waited for the accompanying hand.   (source)
    accompanying = traveling with
  • Naturally they assumed that wherever I was sent, they would accompany me.   (source)
    accompany = go with
  • A USC classmate, Harry Read, had accompanied him.   (source)
    accompanied = gone with
  • Mrs. Lynwood accompanied Lilian and Sam out.   (source)
    accompanied = went with
  • Ten minutes later, Snape returned, and sure enough it was Professor McGonagall who accompanied him.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • He is startled by the approach of Oberscharfuhrer Houstek, accompanied by a young SS officer.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • Myra accompanied me as far as my chair, then whispered, "I'll be right in the wings."   (source)
    accompanied = came with
  • He was accompanied by a blast of cold air and a white bakery box, held aloft like a prize.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • Rasheed had relented this time-as he infrequently did-and accompanied the four of them.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • The Count was reluctant to accompany Nina on this particular journey for two reasons.   (source)
    accompany = travel with
  • In any case, as I say, the Chairman permitted me to accompany him on his second trip to America.   (source)
  • Bibi jo was invariably accompanied by one of her six brides and a grandchild or two.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
  • We were accompanied by a certain geisha named Izuko, from the Pontocho district.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • Laura had been in the car when it had broken down, I'd say; she'd accompanied me to the garage.   (source)
    accompanied = came with
  • But in the fall of 1952, I accompanied the Chairman on his second trip to the United States.   (source)
    accompanied = traveled with
  • She should have accompanied her all the way, and now look!   (source)
  • Late one afternoon he accompanied his commanding officer on a visit to a village near Seoul.   (source)
  • Marcela accompanied Pollard up through the grandstand.   (source)
  • Accompanied by two Pinkerton guards, Seabiscuit swept down the ramp and into the mob.   (source)
    accompanied = traveling with
  • A German officer accompanied by a Hungarian lieutenant interpreter, came up and introduced himself.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • Hundreds of armed SS men rose up out of the darkness, accompanied by sheepdogs.   (source)
    accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
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  • She wrote the film's accompanying score.
  • The Chinese New Year is often accompanied by firecrackers.
    accompanied = joined (occurs with)
  • It is a nutritious, though bland, dish that is best accompanied by a flavorful side dish.
    accompanied = served together
  • My family was part of the increase in immigration that accompanied the economic expansion of the 1980s.
    accompanied = occurred at the same time as
  • I don't yet understand the new law and the accompanying regulations.
    accompanying = provided together to be complete
  • The song and it's accompanying album won two Grammy Awards.
    accompanying = going together
  • She was pleased with the promotion and the accompanying pay increase.
    accompanying = provided together
  • Such dramatic social changes are often accompanied by social unrest and populist backlash.
    accompanied = joined (coming at the same time)
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.
    accompanying = provided together
  • Incidents like these are always accompanied by other disasters, and this was no exception.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
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  • Some people who have been brought back from the far edge of starvation, though, report that near the end the hunger vanishes, the terrible pain dissolves, and the suffering is replaced by a sublime euphoria, a sense of calm accompanied by transcendent mental clarity.   (source)
  • ...he feels in himself that radical sense of weakness, of listlessness, of discomfort, which accompanies the advance of age;   (source)
    accompanies = goes with
  • Words flash on the screen, accompanied by a drawing of a red giraffe.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • Jonas nodded, agreeing, as he recalled the incident, and its accompanying misery.   (source)
    accompanying = occurring at the same time with
  • But then a memory presented itself—a memory of a Christmas past when the Count had leaned from his chair to correct a certain waiter's recommendation of a Rioja to accompany a Latvian stew.   (source)
    accompany = complement (go with to make better)
  • He pressed the trigger and there was a loud report accompanied by the wail of his wives and children.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • Some act of God—a typhoon perhaps, or the storm that had accompanied his own arrival—had banked sand inside the lagoon so that there was a long, deep pool in the beach with a high ledge of pink granite at the further end.   (source)
    accompanied = occurred at the same time as
  • I expected him to turn and walk away, but there were six stinging blows on the backs of my thighs, each accompanied by a whistle of air.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • At Hamilton Field, an artist was working his way down the planes, painting each one's name and accompanying illustration.   (source)
    accompanying = provided with
  • The sight of Percy bellowing himself hoarse at Fred and George, the spectacular display of tangerine stars showering from the salamander's mouth, and its escape into the fire, with accompanying explosions, drove both Filch and the Kwikspell envelope from Harry's mind.   (source)
    accompanying = occurring at the same time
  • Papaw quit drinking in 1983, a decision accompanied by no medical intervention and not much fanfare.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • Judging by his uniform and accompanying insignia, he is a very senior Russian official.   (source)
    accompanying = present together
  • Thomas jumped as a terrible crash sounded right outside their door, accompanied by screams and the splintering of wood, like some iron-jawed monster was eating the entire stairwell.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • "I'm sure they will," said a voice suddenly, and the children turned to see Mr. Poe, dressed very formally and accompanied by his wife.   (source)
    accompanied = joined
  • A dozen boys were loafing there on the grass after dinner, and a kitchen rattle from the wing of one of the buildings accompanied their talk.   (source)
    accompanied = was present with at the same time
  • Mama Elena died within a month, wracked by horrible pains accompanied by spasms and violent convulsions.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • There are the usual yawns and sighs that accompany waking.   (source)
    accompany = occur at the same time as
  • Fortunately, she has not had to take any steroids of late and suffer the accompanying insomnia.   (source)
    accompanying = present at the same time
  • I'm no doctor, but I am able to diagnose the mild dread that is now washing over me, accompanied by a nervous stomach.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • I was permitted to attend the school as long as Pumpkin accompanied me; but I was no longer permitted to run errands.   (source)
    accompanied = joined (was present at the same time)
  • "AS LOUD AS POSSIBLE," bellowed the doctor and two screeches and a bump accompanied his response.   (source)
    accompanied = occurred at the same time as
  • I accept, as you accept all the responsibilities accompanying the station.   (source)
    accompanying = that go with
  • The band segued cleanly into "Shout," accompanied by a whoop from someone behind me.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • The letter he had received had been rather vague in its terms, but there was nothing vague about the accompanying cheque.   (source)
    accompanying = provided together
  • Tom and Daisy stared, with that peculiarly unreal feeling that accompanies the recognition of a hitherto ghostly celebrity of the movies.   (source)
    accompanies = goes with
  • She accompanied this wild outbreak with piercing shrieks, which the woods reverberated on all sides, so that, alone as she was in her childish and unreasonable wrath, it seemed as if a hidden multitude were lending her their sympathy and encouragement.   (source)
    accompanied = joined (at the same time)
  • I will not swear, reader, that there was not something of repressed sarcasm both in the tone in which I uttered this sentence, and in the feeling that accompanied it.   (source)
    accompanied = came with
  • On the third day my mother sickened; her fever was accompanied by the most alarming symptoms, and the looks of her medical attendants prognosticated the worst event.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • Each announcement was lengthy, accompanied by a speech directed at the new Twelve.   (source)
  • Walk to my position, accompanied by the deafening roar of the crowd.   (source)
  • An awful gurgling cackle accompanied by an eruption of foamy blood when the coughing begins.   (source)
  • Madness, in my admittedly limited experience, is accompanied by no superpowers; being mentally unwell doesn't make you loftily intelligent any more than having the flu does.   (source)
  • But that only led to a lonely life accompanied only by the last words of the already-dead, so I came here looking for a Great Perhaps, for real friends and a more-than-minor life.   (source)
    accompanied = present at the same time
  • We dig our bare hands into the ground over and over again, each fistful of earth accompanied by a little cloud of dust.   (source)
    accompanied = joined (present at the same time)
  • There is no indication, other than the F's and incompletes, that his greatest achievements as a musician were accompanied by the most devastating events of his life.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • We regret the unhappiness that must have accompanied the news of his reported death but hope that the efforts of his fellow prisoners of war on "Postman Calls" will (atone) in some small way for the error.   (source)
    accompanied = occurred with
  • The endless debates over the invasion, air raids, speeches, etc., etc., are accompanied by countless exclamations such as "Eempossible!"   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • The euphoria, the overwhelming sense of relief, that had initially accompanied my return to Petersburg faded, and an unexpected melancholy took its place.   (source)
    accompanied = occurred at the same time as
  • These were accompanied by the slamming of a door, the shattering of a plate, and a rather insistent squawking that seemed distinctly avian in character.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • 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.   (source)
    accompanying = occurring at the same time with
  • I must have been on a fairly large dose because when the craving for it hits, accompanied by tremors, and shooting pains, and unbearable cold, my resolve's crushed like an eggshell.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • He sighed, put his hands on his hips, and looked up at the sky, then grabbed the door handle again and started to pull himself up just as it moved again, this time accompanied by someone beeping the horn.   (source)
    accompanied = joined (at the same time)
  • A presumption of innocence and a speedy trial can help to mitigate the anxiety and concern that naturally accompanies legal accusations.
    accompanies = occurs at the same time as (as a result of)
  • Accompanied by a campaign against the Past;   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • In both sexes, occasionally, this lifelong croak, accompanying each word of joy or sorrow, is one of the symptoms of a settled melancholy; and wherever it occurs, the whole history of misfortune is conveyed in its slightest accent.   (source)
    accompanying = occurring at the same time with
  • I did; whereupon began a heaving, stamping, clattering process, accompanied by a barking and baying which removed me effectually some yards' distance; but I would not be driven quite away till I saw the event.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • It was a look so intelligent, yet inexplicable, perverse, sometimes so malicious, but generally accompanied by a wild flow of spirits, that Hester could not help questioning at such moments whether Pearl was a human child.   (source)
    accompanied = joined (at the same time)
  • This action, so ill-timed and extravagant,—accompanied, too, with a look that showed more like joy than any other kind of excitement,—compelled Hepzibah to dread that her stern kinsman's ominous visit had driven her poor brother to absolute insanity.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • You will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you have regarded with such evil forebodings.   (source)
    accompanied = occurred at the same time as
  • Au reste, we all know them: danger of bad example to innocence of childhood; distractions and consequent neglect of duty on the part of the attached — mutual alliance and reliance; confidence thence resulting — insolence accompanying — mutiny and general blow-up.   (source)
    accompanying = occurring at the same time with
  • The aspect of the venerable mansion has always affected me like a human countenance, bearing the traces not merely of outward storm and sunshine, but expressive also, of the long lapse of mortal life, and accompanying vicissitudes that have passed within.   (source)
  • Not merely was there a delight in the flower's perfume, or pleasure in its beautiful form, and the delicacy or brightness of its hue; but Clifford's enjoyment was accompanied with a perception of life, character, and individuality, that made him love these blossoms of the garden, as if they were endowed with sentiment and intelligence.   (source)
    accompanied = joined at the same time
  • At last, having held a document before her glasses for nearly five minutes, she presented it across the counter, accompanying the act by another inquisitive and mistrustful glance — it was for J.E. "Is there only one?"   (source)
    accompanying = joining (doing at the same time)
  • Georgiana added to her "How d'ye do?" several commonplaces about my journey, the weather, and so on, uttered in rather a drawling tone: and accompanied by sundry side-glances that measured me from head to foot — now traversing the folds of my drab merino pelisse, and now lingering on the plain trimming of my cottage bonnet.   (source)
    accompanied = joined (at the same time)
  • I really did not expect any Grace to answer; for the laugh was as tragic, as preternatural a laugh as any I ever heard; and, but that it was high noon, and that no circumstance of ghostliness accompanied the curious cachinnation; but that neither scene nor season favoured fear, I should have been superstitiously afraid.   (source)
    accompanied = occurred at the same time with
  • "MAY it be right then," I said, as I rose, deeming it useless to continue a discourse which was all darkness to me; and, besides, sensible that the character of my interlocutor was beyond my penetration; at least, beyond its present reach; and feeling the uncertainty, the vague sense of insecurity, which accompanies a conviction of ignorance.   (source)
    accompanies = comes with
  • "The world," he said, "is not a wish-granting factory," and then he broke down, just for one moment, his sob roaring impotent like a clap of thunder unaccompanied by lightning, the terrible ferocity that amateurs in the field of suffering might mistake for weakness.   (source)
    unaccompanied = not joined
    standard prefix: The prefix "un-" in unaccompanied means not and reverses the meaning of accompanied. This is the same pattern you see in words like unhappy, unknown, and unlucky.
  • That was his instantaneous impression, unaccompanied by doubt, though he had not seen the child for months past; and when the hope was rising that he might possibly be mistaken, Mr. Crackenthorp and Mr. Lammeter had already advanced to Silas, in astonishment at this strange advent.   (source)
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  • Anyone who plays a musical instrument is encouraged to come to tryouts to accompany the choir.
  • I'd heard the piano played countless times before, to accompany hymns, but when Mary played it, the sound was nothing like that formless clunking.   (source)
    accompany = perform music with
  • He'd sing numbers like 'Tender Is the Night' while I accompanied him on piano.   (source)
    accompanied = performed with
  • Juan, standing next to him, was accompanying him on the guitar.   (source)
    accompanying = performing with
  • You can play it yourself or have someone accompany you while you're on cello or violin.   (source)
    accompany = perform with
  • First Mameha performed a few brief pieces while I accompanied her on the shamisen.   (source)
    accompanied = played music with
  • An interesting little fact is that my father accompanied him on the drum, and the effect was considered…unusual.   (source)
    accompanied = performed with
  • Being pushed unceremoniously to one side — which was precisely what I wished — he usurped my place, and proceeded to accompany himself: for he could play as well as sing.   (source)
    accompany = play music together with
  • …Mr. E. W. B. Childers, so justly celebrated for his daring vaulting act as the Wild Huntsman of the North American Prairies; in which popular performance, a diminutive boy with an old face, who now accompanied him, assisted as his infant son:   (source)
    accompanied = performed with
  • She played a simple air, and her voice accompanied it in sweet accents, but unlike the wondrous strain of the stranger.   (source)
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  • He suggests focusing on "Song of the Birds," and offers to one day accompany him on piano.   (source)
    accompany = perform with
  • I ask, hoping Hong will take over on piano, with Mr. Ayers accompanying on bass.   (source)
    accompanying = performing with
  • If he's not trying to figure out the Bach Unaccompanied Cello Suites, he's drawing on the pavement with a rock, writing the name of whatever piece he's playing, the name of the composer, Peter Snyder, Adam Crane, Governor Schwarzenegger, the names of me and everyone in my family or whatever else pops into his head.   (source)
    unaccompanied = performed alone
    standard prefix: The prefix "un-" in unaccompanied means not and reverses the meaning of accompanied. This is the same pattern you see in words like unhappy, unknown, and unlucky.
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  • Marriages, job offers, new cars, and new babies are always accompanied by this ancient ritual.†   (source)
  • General Chang politely accompanied Wang to the door.†   (source)
  • Rachael, our county-assigned "victim advocate," and two of the lead investigators accompanied us.†   (source)
  • I tightened the navy tie that accompanied the uniform—the tie was wrapped in the same knot I'd used as a freshman.†   (source)
  • A brilliant flash of light accompanied the detonation, momentarily blinding me.†   (source)
  • The alternates will accompany them and will be called upon if any of the team members are unable to participate in any way.†   (source)
  • Shall I accompany you?†   (source)
  • This officer will accompany you.†   (source)
  • She frequently asked me to accompany her to various places or invited me over to dinner.†   (source)
  • He insisted on summoning a dementor to accompany him into the castle.†   (source)
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  • More pounding fists, this time accompanied by whoops.†   (source)
  • The loud crack was accompanied by a deeper crunch, and it took only three more whacks before the entire unit of the handle crashed to the floor with a jangle of broken metal pieces.†   (source)
  • This was accompanied by a lascivious wink.†   (source)
  • Sticky, will you please accompany me?†   (source)
  • He needed someone to accompany him.†   (source)
  • Two companions may accompany you.†   (source)
  • Gennaro had offered to accompany Muldoon.†   (source)
  • The accompanying pictures were of our farm being sprayed for European corn borers, and my father was quoted as saying, "There isn't any room for the old methods any more.†   (source)
  • She'd always had horrible cramping, usually accompanied by nausea.†   (source)
  • The next evening, Laura and Shantha accompanied Bah, Dr. Tamba, and me to the airport.†   (source)
  • "Iparis, accompany the guards back to this boy's cell.†   (source)
  • There were seven boys; the nun who was also Vietnamese accompanied us—she carried the smallest boy.†   (source)
  • And so Maniac was invited to accompany the brothers McNab to their home.†   (source)
  • But Erik did not accompany me for long.†   (source)
  • Each time she asks to accompany him, he demurs.†   (source)
  • The following day, the general bade the boy and the alchemist farewell, and provided them with an escort party to accompany them as far as they chose.†   (source)
  • You know, one of those wry, silent chuckles, accompanied by a rueful shake of the head.†   (source)
  • But neither parent, per my direction, would accompany me inside.†   (source)
  • Ji-yun and I were to accompany Grandma to the Neighborhood Dictatorship Group to register.†   (source)
  • There was an invitation from an uncle and aunt to accompany them to New York.†   (source)
  • Jimmy accompanied them to the airlock and coded them into the corridor that led to their sleeping quarters.†   (source)
  • I had to accompany my mother on Saturday market days when I had no tournament to play.†   (source)
  • The accompanying gasp makes my teeth grind.†   (source)
  • But when she unfolded the accompanying page stuffed inside the envelope, she yelped.†   (source)
  • He was smaller than the hulking uniforms who frequently accompanied him.†   (source)
  • The paralyzing feeling returns accompanied by a strange jayvee dugard electrical current zapping sound.†   (source)
  • This was small caliber—a pop rather than a bang—and it wasn't until we heard a second one, accompanied by a nearby splash, that we knew it was Golan.†   (source)
  • The Baudelaire orphans were crying not only for their Uncle Monty, but for their own parents, and this dark and curious feeling of falling that accompanies any great loss.†   (source)
  • Immediately a hand had gone to her mouth, accompanied by a small intake of breath.†   (source)
  • In that sense, the Terman study underscores the argument Annette Lareau makes, that what your parents do for a living, and the assumptions that accompany the class your parents belong to, matter.†   (source)
  • My lady, let me accompany you at least.†   (source)
  • As he tramped through it he was accompanied by the chirruping of birds, the chatter of squirrels, and the whine and twang of thousands of bothersome insects.†   (source)
  • After she'd agreed to go to next year's prom with him, Eleanor also agreed to accompany Park to his first cotillion, the Academy Awards after-party, and any and all "balls" to which he received invitations.†   (source)
  • Cinna, who will help dress me for the Games, accompanies me to the roof.†   (source)
  • The gentleman who accompanied Madam stepped forward.†   (source)
  • MISS EMMA FELT well enough on Monday to accompany my aunt and Reverend Ambrose to visit Jefferson.†   (source)
  • If she could, my wife would accompany me on my evening excursions, for one of her Many loves was poetry.†   (source)
  • I told her that doctors used to use the word idiocy to refer to mental retardation, and to the brain damage that accompanied hereditary syphilis.†   (source)
  • The voice was low and hopeless and accompanied by a slight clanking sound.†   (source)
  • No. So they had removed Graff from his post at Battle School solely to accompany Ender to his next assignment.†   (source)
  • He smiles at me again, but it's a wary smile when accompanied by the quizzical look in his eyes.†   (source)
  • We recommend that students take out a dorm insurance policy on any valuable objects that may be accompanying them to school.†   (source)
  • I talked about Anthony's allowing a complete -- and completely green -- stranger to accompany him hunting morels in the Sierra.†   (source)
  • Somehow he managed to convince two Sherpas to accompany him, Ang Dawa and Tenzing Norgay.†   (source)
  • My aunt insists on accompanying me to the labs again, but this time I don't see Hana.†   (source)
  • AMOS: Delphi—perhaps if you were prepared to accompany them?†   (source)
  • Some accompany Dominga to Patel's office.†   (source)
  • As he followed Watson through the door, the words echoed back to him like a knell, accompanied by a sharp snap-like a breaking pencil lead.†   (source)
  • The sound of glass shattering accompanied searing pain and screams.†   (source)
  • Farther on, Down the Road, You Will Accompany Me Most of us got out eventually.†   (source)
  • Fewer soldiers accompanied us up the front stairs.†   (source)
  • In that case, I think I'll accompany you until you're out of danger.†   (source)
  • Four of our guys accompanied his body back home.†   (source)
  • He allowed me to accompany him to Léopoldville, where we got to see history in the making.†   (source)
  • "Yes, I'm sure he'd be delighted to accompany me."†   (source)
  • "Maybe," he says, but with full authority and none of the uncertainty usually accompanying the word.†   (source)
  • A. Bettik accompanied them to the summit of the low bluff.†   (source)
  • I thought I would be exempt from the… depression… that accompanies a conscience.†   (source)
  • After the transcript came the boy himself, accompanied by Mr. Simpson.†   (source)
  • In came the kids, accompanied by a group of adults.†   (source)
  • David Herold, who accompanied Lewis Powell to Seward's home.†   (source)
  • From there we'd smuggle in food and take bets on the exact time my mother and Boo would get tipsy enough to start singing show tunes, accompanied by Stewart on his ukulele.†   (source)
  • The other accompanied him to New York, where he lodged it "in a safe place."†   (source)
  • But one young boy believes in him; sadly, though, the boy isn't allowed to accompany the fisherman anymore, because everyone, the boy's parents included, think the old man is bad luck.†   (source)
  • The name appeared on the screen, with a school photo accompanying it.†   (source)
  • He apologized for not accompanying her on the Number at the church parking lot.†   (source)
  • Accompanied every time by wild veronica until she discovered cologne.†   (source)
  • Now that these dear companions may no longer walk with you, will you not do my daughter and me the great honor of accompanying us?†   (source)
  • The bullet had been accompanied by the sound of screeching tires, so apparently whoever had shot at us had taken off down the valley.†   (source)
  • I brought some energy to it, of course, but it was the energy that accompanies almost any abstract endeavor; I felt no personal danger; I felt no sense of an impending crisis in my life.†   (source)
  • A second later, two fantastically loud blasts sound from the rear of the yacht, where Eliot is, accompanied by brief flashes of light.†   (source)
  • We were accompanied by the plant manager, Tim Biela.†   (source)
  • Dad had some big conference at the school that week and couldn't get away, and Mom had just started a new job at the travel agency, so Gran volunteered to accompany me.†   (source)
  • Palmas often practices on his porch, swaying by an old eaten-up tree; sometimes his brother Bobby accompanies him on a conga and Joe on bass.†   (source)
  • Why isn't Miss Milhouse accompanying you?"†   (source)
  • Our fear was accompanied by a sense of awe that bordered on the religious.†   (source)
  • No Luck For Elinor Having described the precise situation of the office, and accompanied it with copious directions how he was to walk straight up the passage, and when he got into the yard take the door up the steps on the right-hand side, and pull off his hat as he went into the room, Charley Bates bade him hurry on alone, and promised to bide his return on the spot of their parting.†   (source)
  • Say that I accompanied you.†   (source)
  • Then in the afternoon, an Italian gentleman arrived accompanied by a valet, a secretary, an 'expert' and two bodyguards.†   (source)
  • "I'll be accompanying my students in my new role as a member of the media," I said.†   (source)
  • However, after a while I identified the voices accompanying the banging as female.†   (source)
  • Each was accompanied by waves of delight and joy but he wasn't sure if they were real or a hallucination conjured up by collisions between some damaged or otherwise wayward neurons and the drugs coursing through his veins.†   (source)
  • It helps that it hasn't stopped raining for weeks—freezing, driving, bitter rain accompanied by gales howling through the trees, so loud they drown out the sound of the train.†   (source)
  • Once the Officer cures the melodrama accompanying the injury, they find that all Lon has is a slightly twisted ankle.†   (source)
  • I am glad I decided to accompany you today.†   (source)
  • The two climbed the steps, accompanied by the squeaking and shuffling noises of their belts and guns.†   (source)
  • Sharp fury went through Jace, made all the more painful by the tiny stab of disappointment that accompanied it.†   (source)
  • She was in a rage as Florentino Ariza accompanied her to her house.†   (source)
  • The humming continued and was soon accompanied by a high-pitched screech.†   (source)
  • Four of the daughters accompanied him into retirement.†   (source)
  • At dinner the brook trout is accompanied by glasses of Bay county Chablis.†   (source)
  • There were four people in the picture, and Mom had written an accompanying note explaining who they were: My Grandma Ellen, in her twenties in the photo, but now in her eighties and still living in Ulysses.†   (source)
  • "Wasted youth," said one message, accompanied by a painted arrow pointing off the road and into the water.†   (source)
  • "And you didn't accompany them?"†   (source)
  • Accompanied by his henchman Loki he goes to Freyja to ask if Loki may borrow her wings so that he can fly to Jotunheim, the land of the giants, and find out if they are the ones who have stolen Thor's hammer.†   (source)
  • The only people in the waiting room besides Doctor Nolan and me were a pallid man in a shabby maroon bathrobe and his accompanying nurse.†   (source)
  • This is because the dances are set to particular pieces of music, often performed by a singer accompanying herself on the shamisen.†   (source)
  • Momma decided Bailey couldn't accompany us, since we had to use the pass during a set time, but that he would follow within a month or so when outstanding bills were paid.†   (source)
  • It's clear that a proper guest has to accompany him.†   (source)
  • She called for an ambulance and accompanied him to Söder Hospital with a growing feeling of panic in her stomach.†   (source)
  • I have not known a night when your visage did not accompany me to sleep.†   (source)
  • And now the head of the escort, accompanied by a checker, came and stood on the other side, near some wooden railings.†   (source)
  • Her return was my cue to leave the table and initiate step one of the Plan, and Vee reminded me with a second under-the-table prod from her fork "Vee," I said through my teeth, "would you like to accompany me to the ladies' room?"†   (source)
  • A pair of semi-coded dossiers accompanied the photographs.†   (source)
  • Patrick turned to the principal, Arthur McAllister, who'd agreed to accompany them for identification.†   (source)
  • To my chagrin, Moody accompanied me to Chamsey's house.†   (source)
  • And have rumors start because you're not accompanying me?†   (source)
  • They never spoke of Washington, nor did he ever again accompany her on such out-of-town jaunts.†   (source)
  • "Well, you are welcome to accompany me to my abode," he said.†   (source)
  • Progress was halting, and typically accompanied by setbacks.†   (source)
  • He accompanies her to car 48 and makes August vacate while she goes inside.†   (source)
  • Mom manufactured a plethora of tears to accompany her long-suffering mother diatribe.†   (source)
  • A squadron of eight legionnaires accompanies him.†   (source)
  • He went to the bulletin board with her pen and put down under TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY: "A twitch I know from Portland named Candy Starr.†   (source)
  • We were also accompanied by three men who were members of the MacDonalds' safari staff.†   (source)
  • An entourage of parents, siblings, and friends accompanied the team to Decatur and set up camp on a near sideline with folding chairs, blankets, coolers, and picnic lunches, as their boys warmed up with a complement of shiny new soccer balls.†   (source)
  • Campion accompanied the General.†   (source)
  • Would you like to accompany me on a ride tomorrow?†   (source)
  • Papi offered to accompany her.†   (source)
  • Our barrio was not the safest of places and Mami usually asked one of her co-workers to accompany her home.†   (source)
  • She added something which might have been "thank you"; the adorable smile that accompanied it said as much.†   (source)
  • Both schools had writing programs, and both asked me for writing samples to accompany an application.†   (source)
  • When he rode up to the gerente's house that morning he was accompanied by four friends and by a retinue of mozos and two packanimals saddled with hardwood kiacks, one empty, the other carrying their noon provisions.†   (source)
  • Mr. Hamilton and Miss Hastings will be accompanying you.†   (source)
  • Second, the new police strategies were accompanied by a much more significant change within the police force: a hiring binge.†   (source)
  • Once in a while there would be another female, never white, sometimes accompanied by children.†   (source)
  • There were no clanking noises to accompany us as we walked down the gallery past the row of cell doors to the guardroom.†   (source)
  • May I accompany you, Comrade?†   (source)
  • They could accompany the Irishman and we'd have more of a singsong.†   (source)
  • But the article moved her, and so did the accompanying photo of Edna beside her incomplete hospital.†   (source)
  • But you did not accompany him?†   (source)
  • He pulled out two hazmat suits and accompanying filtration gear.†   (source)
  • Adam remained with Billy so he could accompany him home three days later.†   (source)
  • Around them, a cacophony of hawking and spitting accompanied half a dozen distant calls to prayer.†   (source)
  • He also pointed out that, in at least one case, a local cop had used "physical force beyond what appeared appropriate for the arrest" and needed to be restrained by the Border Patrol agents accompanying him.†   (source)
  • He has accompanied the old man I have become throughout these years of quest and struggle.†   (source)
  • Rene Jr. accompanied his parents.†   (source)
  • Thank you, Highness, for accompanying my daughter.†   (source)
  • He sang them while accompanying himself on the accordion his grandfather gave him, the one who'd moved in after Misha's grandmother died and, according to Misha, her soul descended on the Summer Gardens in St. Petersburg in the form of a flock of geese.†   (source)
  • You won't have any problem finding some girl willing to accompany you on the road back to soulless debauchery."†   (source)
  • Helplessly, he could only watch as the Gas crept closer, accompanied by the increasingly thunderous sound of the artillery: Boom.†   (source)
  • He was accompanied by his lawyer, Leff.†   (source)
  • It was a week before we accompanied Madeleine on her errand, to torch a universe of dolls behind a plate-glass window.†   (source)
  • Ferula accompanied him to the train station.†   (source)
  • Milo had at his disposal sumptuous quarters inside a salmon-pink palace, but Yossarian and Orr were not allowed to accompany him inside because they were Christian infidels.†   (source)
  • Much laughing and good cheer accompanied these pranks.†   (source)
  • The familiar drawl came out of the dark hallway, accompanied by a single silver candlestick.†   (source)
  • Cedric flips through the four pages of student names and sees that plenty of the colleges have no accompanying asterisks.†   (source)
  • We must insist on Valerie's accompanying us.†   (source)
  • But it was the way some of the girls in class giggled, and the whispers that some guys had been exchanging, always accompanied by low laughter.†   (source)
  • Who else will my prayers accompany to the land of death?†   (source)
  • Small brass bands accompanied the individual groups, keeping everyone in step.†   (source)
  • Market efficiencies dictate that greater risks must accompany greater reward.†   (source)
  • I asked if she knew about the bookmark or a letter that accompanied it.†   (source)
  • Soon only his own panting accompanied the thundering falls.†   (source)
  • Rav Gershenson would listen, nod, and his fingers would cease their drumming and take to the air as they accompanied his detailed review of Danny's answer.†   (source)
  • Jake accompanied them to their car.†   (source)
  • He works there after school," Senor Estrello told the boys who accompanied him.†   (source)
  • I came down with the flu, accompanied by searing headaches that lasted weeks after.†   (source)
  • Would you please accompany me to the inspector supervisor's office?"†   (source)
  • He was not the type usually sent out to accompany violent cases and I was glad until I remembered that the only violent thing about the vet was his tongue.†   (source)
  • Good fortune had accompanied them through the night.†   (source)
  • I always accompanied him on his trysts with her.†   (source)
  • The kinfolks had little faith that I could care for her in the big city—I think they were afraid I would lose her or let her get hit by a taxi—and they recruited my cousin Jackie, who was the only one who had flown before, to accompany her.†   (source)
  • The blessing was accompanied by a low rattling cough.†   (source)
  • We had fallen naturally into this way of dividing our toil; the rector would deal with the business that accompanied dying, while his wife and I managed the matters of those left alive.†   (source)
  • I met Mr. Ziegler as he accompanied his class into the library, where I gave my various presentations.†   (source)
  • Accompanying her once recently, Grace had watched her and marveled that she never even looked out of the window except perhaps in a glazed, unseeing scan when some big-shot writer or one of her more eager assistant editors called on the cellular phone.†   (source)
  • Jorge del Pino doesn't accompany Lourdes on her beat because he doesn't want to interfere with her work.†   (source)
  • A series of headlines, with accompanying dates, appeared on the screen.†   (source)
  • From within a cat howled in reply, but no human voice accompanied it.†   (source)
  • Her imaginary argument was abruptly interrupted by a second series of knocks, accompanied by a penetrating, "Melanie, Melanie, are you there?"†   (source)
  • Suddenly, Nigel descended the stairs accompanied by Mr. Lukens and David.†   (source)
  • Godliness actually is a means of great gain when accompanied by contentment. — I TIMOTHY 6:6†   (source)
  • She was accompanied by a doctor and a nurse.†   (source)
  • A different agent accompanied Fain back in June.†   (source)
  • The accompanying rumbling sounds like an endless earthquake.†   (source)
  • I'd better have someone to accompany me.†   (source)
  • Two officers approach us: an older man with a notepad and a walkie-talkie, accompanied by a young man barely old enough to have pimples.†   (source)
  • The Border Patrol agents we accompanied believe they get about 40 to 50 percent of the people who cross in this area, but overall the percentage is perhaps only 10 percent.†   (source)
  • They accompanied His Highness up here.†   (source)
  • Accompanied by a plink-a-plink up above middle C, she quoted her answer: " 'What's the rush, Mr. Blakeslee' We'd have to wait a year anyway.'†   (source)
  • Dr. O was accompanying the girls to Birmingham.†   (source)
  • I heard their thunder, their storm, the whole prodigious solidarity of the brotherhood accompanying my charge down the court.†   (source)
  • Here the gramophone accompanied a seduction or an arousal, it spoke of meadows and "little Spanish towns" or "a small hotel," a "blue room."†   (source)
  • Let me accompany you to your village.†   (source)
  • The accompanying text reads as if it is compiled rather than written.†   (source)
  • And she flew straight past the corner into the street, a Chaplin move if there ever was one, accompanied by the high music of two screaming mothers—her own and Tabitha's—from somewhere far behind.†   (source)
  • If you like, I'll accompany you as far as Sant' Angelo.†   (source)
  • But she could not let the runaways who accompanied her know this.†   (source)
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