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accompany
used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

6 uses
  • A line of children already stood at the door, all of them accompanied by their parents, all fidgeting nervously.
    p. 8.4
  • They had followed him out through the cellar doors, they knew that for certain, but whereas Milligan had been tall and straight in his battered hat and scuffed jacket, the children were now accompanied by a stooped little man with a big belly, wearing dark glasses and a bright yellow cap.
    p. 50.1
  • Mr. Benedict agreed on the condition that no one venture beyond the gate, and that Milligan accompany them.
    p. 120.4
  • With a nod of approval he joined them at the table, accompanied by Number Two.
    p. 133.7
  • He should have insisted he accompany her.
    p. 366.7
  • Sticky, will you please accompany me?
    p. 479.6

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