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accompany
used in The Bourne Identity

10 uses
  • He reached the second floor landing, creaks in the wooden staircase accompanying each step.
    Chapter 8 (19% in)
  • And there were fundamental questions that accompanied the essential terror.
    Chapter 4 (3% in)
  • The door swung open; a blinding spit of light accompanied the explosion.
    Chapter 9 (17% in)
  • "Thank you for mine," he answered, feeling the longing he knew she felt, wondering if an ache accompanied hers, as it did his.
    Chapter 10 (45% in)
  • Accompanying the transfer of our funds from Zurich was une fiche confidentielle-
    Chapter 12 (23% in)
  • Three rapid coughs accompanied three flashes of light; the wood surrounding any bolts shattered.
    Chapter 21 (81% in)
  • My aide accompanied me-a doddering old man taking his limited constitutional under the watchful eye of an escort.
    Chapter 28 (91% in)
  • She said she felt obliged to accompany her.
    Chapter 29 (5% in)
  • She was at least three hundred feet away, but Bourne felt he could almost hear the erratic gasping for breath that accompanied the hesitant movements of the once regal figure stepping forward in the sunlight.
    Chapter 29 (24% in)
  • A roar of fury burst from blindness across the room; it accompanied Bourne's realization that the drapes had been drawn, blocking out the sunlight from the french doors.
    Chapter 35 (77% in)

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