Accompany synonyms

ə-kŭm'pə-nē, ə-kŭmp'nē
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To go with
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To pay attention; attend
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​(intransitive) To turn one's consideration (to); to deal with (a task, problem, concern etc.), to look after. [from 15th c.]
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To go with
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To go with
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To occur with
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Simple past tense and past participle of accompany
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To occur or be evident as a consequence; result:
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To cover (a piece of machinery) with a device to protect the operator
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To make whole or entire.
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To accompany or guide, especially as an escort:
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(Idiomatic) To date, to be involved romantically with (someone)
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To precede, or be a forerunner of
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To show the way to; lead; guide; escort
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To squire is to chaperone or oversee someone’s well-being.
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The definition of bring means to carry or to cause to happen.
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Convoy is defined as to escort or protect.
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(Idiomatic) to comply with something, even if reluctantly; to accept or tolerate.
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To escort someone on a date.
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(Idiomatic) To watch or protect; to keep safe.
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) to unite, to come together
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To go with
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To go with
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To supplement
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To append is defined as to sign your name.
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To occur with
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To occur with
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To occur with
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To occur with
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To be the distinctive character of; distinguish
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(Intransitive) To occur together.
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To provide a supplement to; add to, esp. so as to make up for a lack or deficiency
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(Archaic) To stand (at a place) or to (an opinion), to attend a theatrical performance.
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To associate is defined as to bring two or more things together, or to have a relationship of some sort with another person or organization.
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(Obsolete) To qualify as a companion; to make equal.
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(Archaic) To accompany
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To associate; join
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be present or associated with an event or entity
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To serve as a guide for someone or something; to lead or direct in a way; to conduct in a course or path.
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To transfer, as property or title to property, from one person to another
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To treat with lead or a lead compound:
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To let be or do without interference.
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To forsake (someone or something that one ought not to leave); abandon
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To cause to leave or return:
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To leave behind; to desert as in a ship or a position, typically in response to overwhelming odds or impending dangers; to forsake, in spite of a duty or responsibility. [First attested in the late 15th century.]
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In some cultures, an older or married woman who, as a matter of etiquette, accompanies a girl or young, unmarried woman in public
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(Idiomatic) To take part in a charade, deception, or practical joke
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(Intransitive, informal) To join and come along.
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To socialise.
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To extend or cause to extend through the same space or duration.
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To give concerts or perform in concerts:
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To bring up to date; often specifically to set a historical narrative in a modern context
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Synonym Study

  • Chaperon implies accompaniment, for reasons of propriety, of young unmarried people by an older or married person
  • Escort also implies accompanying as a mark of honor or an act of courtesy
  • Escort and convoy are both applied to the accompanying, as by an armed guard, of persons or things needing protection (convoy, esp. in the case of sea travel and escort, in the case of land travel)
  • Attend implies presence either in a subordinate position or to render services Dr. Jones attended the patient
  • Accompany means to go or be together with as a companion, associate, attribute, etc., and usually connotes equality of relationship he accompanied her to the theater
Find another word for accompany. In this page you can discover 77 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for accompany, like: be a companion to, tend, attend, show in, hang out together, occur in association with, go hand in hand with, accompanied, chaperon, follow and guard.