Another word for accompany
accompany conduct escort chaperonSearch Thesaurus
These verbs mean to be with or to go with another or others. Accompany suggests going with another on an equal basis: She went to Europe accompanied by her colleague. Conduct implies guidance of others: The usher conducted us to our seats. Escort stresses protective guidance: The party chairperson escorted the candidate through the crowd. Chaperon specifies adult supervision of young persons: My mom helped chaperon the prom.
Another word for accompanyverb
To be with or go with (another):attend, companion, company, escort. (Obsolete) consort. Idiom: go hand in hand with. See accompanied