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accompany
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

3 meanings, 5 uses
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1  —3 uses as in:
accompany on the journey
Definition
to travel along with
  • The police went to Shizuka Watanabe and asked her and her family to accompany them to the mountain.
    p. 361.6
accompany = travel with
Other Uses (with this meaning)
  • One day in mid-November, Louie was sitting in his barracks when the Bird walked in and approached him, accompanied by two Japanese strangers.
    p. 252.6
  • accompanied = joined
  • A USC classmate, Harry Read, had accompanied him.
    p. 339.2
accompanied = gone with
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2  —1 use as in:
law and accompanying regulations
Definition
complement (to provide with something else to make it whole or better)
  • At Hamilton Field, an artist was working his way down the planes, painting each one's name and accompanying illustration.
    p. 63.5
accompanying = provided with (to improve)
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3  —1 use as in:
illness and accompanying symptoms
Definition
to be present with at the same time and/or location
  • 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.
    p. 254.9
accompanied = occurred with
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