Definition of accompany
- She accompanied me to the store.
- He will be accompanying her on the piano.
- accompanied their advice with a warning
- the pictures that accompany the text
She will accompany me to the store.
Ten adults accompanied the class on their field trip.
Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult to see this movie.
A delicious sauce accompanied the grilled fish.
He will be accompanying her on the piano.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
: to go somewhere with (someone) : to be a companion for (someone)
: to go together with (something) : to be included with (something)
: to happen or occur at the same time as or along with (something)
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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