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accompany
used in Night

4 uses
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Definition
to travel along with
  • My father had accompanied the deportees as far as the entrance of the ghetto.
    One (75% in)
accompanied = traveled along with
  • A German officer accompanied by a Hungarian lieutenant interpreter, came up and introduced himself.
    Two (10% in)
  • accompanied = joined
  • The head of the camp, accompanied by his assistant and the chief Kapo, made a tour of inspection along the paths.
    Four (76% in)
  • accompanied = joined
  • Hundreds of armed SS men rose up out of the darkness, accompanied by sheepdogs.
    Five (98% in)
accompanied = escorted (in the company of)
There are no more uses of "accompany" in Night.

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