English words and Examples of Usage

use "accompany" in a sentence

He also started getting calls to play for college nights for which a local tabla player would accompany him.

In the Seinfeld episode " The Marine Biologist ", kramer suggests that George and Jerry accompany him to Rockaway to hit golf balls into the ocean.

The devil produces a
famulus Christoph Wagner and a poodle Prästigiar to accompany Faust in his adventure.

She asked him to accompany her to her school formal and Stingray attended some dance classes with her (much to the amusement of Boyd and Janae) but afterwards, left an empty vodka bottle in the school toilets.

The director created a snake-like hiss to accompany the press corps whenever they appear, which was achieved through a combination of the sound of motorized Nikon cameras, clicking beetles and other things.

Williamson agreed to accompany the two lawmen, and rode toward town with them.

Although Roger Warren speculates that it may have been revived in 1598/1599 to accompany Henry V, there is no empirical evidence for this, and it remains speculation.

That evening, Bree calls George to ask him if he would like to accompany her on a romantic overnight to a hotel.

This playing style greatly influenced certain genres of fiddle music in Hungary, and also characterized early church organ music in Hungary: prior to the introduction of organs, the duda had been used to accompany hymnody in churches.

The missionaries accompany the Cherokee to the West.

They feed the horses to their wolves, which accompany them and partake in their battles.

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