- sang the song with a piano accompaniment
Examples of accompaniment in a Sentence
She sings without musical accompaniment.
A nice tie was a fine accompaniment to his new suit.
This dish can be served as an accompaniment to most meat main dishes.
This wine is a good accompaniment for spicy foods.
She studied Italian as an accompaniment to her classes in art history.
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The gin-fresh Blackberry Bees Knees, shaken with local honey and a splash of sparkling wine, is a semi-sweet accompaniment to hush puppies full of blue crab meat.
Birria stews filled with goat or beef are a common accompaniment in Jalisco cuisine.
With Lemon Vinaigrette Full of protein- and fiber-rich quinoa and lots of veggies, this salad is a great accompaniment to a main course.
Come prepared with 20-30 lines from any Shakespeare play; two contrasting songs sung with movement (a capella or bring your own music accompaniment), and dress for movement.
Both the $3,000 and the $500 options are extolled as an excellent accompaniment to pre- and post-surgical procedures—and both are best suited to those looking to reduce wrinkles, sun damage and sagging skin.
And its all played on various types of flutes, though sometimes there's accompaniment from a bass and drums.
And the nonstop game action of the first two rounds is the perfect accompaniment to commiseration over sputtering careers, thinning hairlines and busted brackets.
Here, the cevapi ($6.50 for the small, $8.50 for the large, $12.90 for the extra large) are still the thing, filling lepinja that’s oiled and baked to an almost crackling crisp, alongside the traditional accompaniments.
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Origin and Etymology of accompaniment
ACCOMPANIMENT Defined for English Language Learners
: music played to support a person who is singing or playing a musical instrument
: something that is added to another thing to make it better or more appealing; especially : something added to or served with food or a meal
: something that is done or that happens at the same time as something else
ACCOMPANIMENT Defined for Kids
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