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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of accompany.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having companions or an escort.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having companions or an escort
- adj. playing or singing with instrumental or vocal accompaniment
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In each one's case, a title accompanied by a spot of mystery carries a warrant of immunity.
"Look Ahead" is the lead single of the EP and its title accompanied by "The Final Stage", ...
Meanwhile, the commission's plans to monitor economic imbalances through a convoluted scoreboard of indicators and suggested policy responses, again accompanied by potential fines, seem unrealistic.
Considering all the intense media coverage of male sexual predators victimizing female children, one might expect a stiff prison term accompanied by a withering rebuke.
We had a guided tour in English accompanied by a great group of dogs.
The Spanish-English Sentence Database, developed by Spanish Only, is a new resource containing more than 3100 sentences written in Spanish accompanied by their English translations.
The subsidies were awarded on a no-bid basis and the developer is even being promised that after an initial 30-40 year lease term accompanied by tax exemption, Ratner can extend his lease up to a total of 99 years with continued tax exemption.
Then she jerked awake to the panicked repetition of her name accompanied by gentle slaps to her face.
For nonfiction, an outline is essentially an expanded table of contents: a list of chapter or section titles, with each title accompanied by a 2-3 sentence summary of what that chapter or section will contain.
(By "agony" I mean pain accompanied by fear — protracted, repeated anguish and misery.)