Accompany in a Sentence

Definition of Accompany

to go along with something or someone

Use Accompany in a sentence

According to the menu, a side salad and rolls will accompany the steak.

It is not unusual for anxiety to accompany a bride on her wedding day.

If Jim can get off work, he will accompany me on the trip.

A guard will accompany the nurse as she walks through the prison.

Because there have been threats made against the prince, a team of bodyguards accompany him wherever he goes.

A soundtrack of the film will accompany the DVD when it goes on sale.

For your safety, a tour guide will accompany you through the ruins.

Richard is going to accompany his daughter on her college tour.

When I go to the toy store, my young children are always happy to accompany me.

A fifty-dollar entry fee must accompany your film submission.

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