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Synonyms for accompany

to be with or go with (another)

Synonyms for accompany

be present or associated with an event or entity

go or travel along with

perform an accompaniment to

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be a companion to somebody

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The foreign ministry was in a dither on what protocol to extend to the president's companion if Bruni, 39, accompanies him to India, known for its sexual conservatism.
But there are also more intriguing montages of concept and image (a medieval castle accompanies "D is for Dream," while a public housing project with satellite dishes accompanies "H is for Home") that were probably not exactly what the creators of the poster had in mind, and in a subtle shift between 1970 and the present, "K is for Kids" is visualized by ultracontemporary, hyperactive kids lip-synching to music in a park.
Guadalupe accompanies them northward, marked on their bodies like a shield that protects them from harm.
Hulsey provided important information on the treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis, but I disagree with his suggestion that the hyperkalemia that frequently accompanies DKA is due to acidosis ("Diabetic Ketoacidosis Care Poses Many Challenges," May 1, 2005, p.
A signature touch is the biscotti that accompanies breakfast, salads (four-cheese biscotti) and desserts.
The Company's Annual Report to Stockholders for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2004 accompanies this Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement.
A history of porcelain painting accompanies the values and survey of pieces available.