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Synonyms for companion

Synonyms for companion

one who shares interests or activities with another

one that accompanies another

one of a matched pair of things

to be with or go with (another)

Synonyms for companion

a friend who is frequently in the company of another

a traveler who accompanies you

one paid to accompany or assist or live with another

be a companion to somebody

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But the singular appearance of his companion and his attendants, arrested their attention and excited their wonder, and they could scarcely attend to the Prior of Jorvaulx' question, when he demanded if they knew of any place of harbourage in the vicinity; so much were they surprised at the half monastic, half military appearance of the swarthy stranger, and at the uncouth dress and arms of his Eastern attendants.
My two companions stretched themselves on the cabin carpet, and were soon sound asleep.
Doubtless," returned the gentleman, gravely, and for the first time withdrawing his gaze from the countenance of Charlotte; but the precaution was unnecessary:--the young lady had been too much engrossed with her own sensations to notice the conduct of others, and from the moment that the carriage had driven out of right, had kept her eyes on the ground, as she walked silently and unobtrusively by the side of her companion.
To all this my companion assented, and we at once set about carrying the plan into execution.
I will not only swear that I will not speak of it," said Biscarrat, "but I still further swear that I will do everything in the world to prevent my companions from setting foot in the grotto.
Pierre remembered that the princess always had lady companions, but who they were and what they were like he never knew or remembered.
Then he turned on his heel and went back to see how his cabin companion was faring.
My companion shouts at the highest pitch of his voice.
Oh, hell, yes," said the companion, sneering widely.
I want the captain," he shouted, then gave it up, making a dash at the companion where a blue light was kept, resolved to act for himself.
Mr Jones and his fair companion no sooner entered the town, than they went directly to that inn which in their eyes presented the fairest appearance to the street.
Aft I walked to the cabin companion, where I contented myself with hailing below.
But bid thy companion eat and drink also, he is wearier than thou.
Dunster continued, turning to his companion, " to leave me at Ipswich and join the mail.
But his arm was arrested, while in the act of throwing forward the muzzle of the piece, by the eager and trembling hands of his companion.
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