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Another word for accompany

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Verb
  1. To be with or go with (another)

      1. A husband or wife, especially the spouse of a monarch.
      2. A companion or partner.
      3. An animal with which another animal, usually of the opposite sex, forms a bond for a temporary period during which the two individuals maintain close proximity and engage in mating or other sexual behavior.
      1. One or more persons accompanying another to guide, protect, or show honor.
      2. A man who is the companion of a woman, especially on a social occasion.
      3. A person, often a prostitute, who is hired to spend time with another as a companion.
      1. A group of persons:
      2. One's companions or associates:
      3. A guest or guests:
      1. A person who accompanies or associates with another; a comrade.
      2. A domestic partner.
      3. A person employed to assist, live with, or travel with another.
      1. To be present at:
      2. To go regularly to:
      3. To accompany as a circumstance or follow as a result:

Another word for accompany

Verb
  1. To go with

  2. To supplement

    See also:

    supplement

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