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Synonyms for accompany
əˈkʌm pə niac·com·pa·ny

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English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. accompany

    Anything that comes after or goes after another, either in space or in time, is said to follow it. A servant follows or attends his master; a victorious general may follow the retiring enemy merely to watch and hold him in check; he chases or pursues with intent to overtake and attack; the chase is closer and hotter than the pursuit. (Compare synonyms for HUNT.) One event may follow another either with or without special connection; if it ensues, there is some orderly connection; as, the ensuing year; if it results from another, there is some relation of effect, consequence, or inference. A clerk observes his employer's directions. A child obeys his parent's commands, follows or copies his example, imitates his speech and manners. The compositor follows copy; the incoming succeeds the outgoing official.

    attend, chase, come after, copy, ensue, follow, go after, heed, imitate, obey, observe, practise, pursue, result, succeed

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. accompany

    follow, consort, attend, join, coexist, escort, convoy

    desert, abandon, leave, avoid, eschew, quit, discard

Princeton's WordNet

  1. attach to, accompany, come with, go withverb

    be present or associated with an event or entity

    "French fries come with the hamburger"; "heart attacks are accompanied by distruction of heart tissue"; "fish usually goes with white wine"; "this kind of vein accompanies certain arteries"

    company, go with, attach to, keep company, play along, co-occur with, come with, inhere in, cooccur with, collocate with, companion, construe with, follow

  2. accompanyverb

    go or travel along with

    "The nurse accompanied the old lady everywhere"

    company, go with, keep company, attach to, come with, play along, companion, follow

  3. play along, accompany, followverb

    perform an accompaniment to

    "The orchestra could barely follow the frequent pitch changes of the soprano"

    conform to, company, play along, espouse, go along, travel along, keep an eye on, come with, fall out, adopt, survey, comply, come after, abide by, be, companion, watch over, pursue, take after, keep up, go with, watch, keep abreast, follow, keep company, attach to, stick to, observe, surveil, succeed, come, postdate, trace, stick with

  4. company, companion, accompany, keep companyverb

    be a companion to somebody

    company, go with, attach to, keep company, come with, play along, companion, follow

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  1. accompanyverb

    attend, escort, convoy, follow, wait on, be associated with, keep company with, go with, go along with, go hand in hand with

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. accompanyverb

    escort, attend, convoy, chaperon

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "accompany":

    accompanied, accompanies, escort, accompanying, accompaniment

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How to use accompany in a sentence?

  1. Steve Warren:

    They've asked if we would accompany their flagged vessels through the strait.

  2. Georgia Cervin:

    Simone Biles is continuing a journey for women gymnasts that really started in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when they started to do more tumbling to accompany their dancing, and that tumbling was rivaling the men's in terms of its difficulty, simone Biles goes further than that... and Simone Biles's doing it while also having to expend Simone Biles energy on dancing and leaping and turning and smiling throughout Simone Biles routine.

  3. Hiroshi Miyazaki:

    But the recent success in tourism has been due to the relaxing of visa requirements and a weakening yen. Now that the yen is rising, the BOJ's (Bank of Japan) monetary easing needs to accompany this plan for it to work.

  4. Lopez Obrador:

    We're going to accompany the current government in this negotiation, we're going to be very respectful, and we're going to support the signing of the agreement.

  5. Chhouk Da:

    I am here to accompany him for the last time, he was just helping the nation.

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