Lucia had brought an aged relative with her as her chaperone.⇒
Debutantes were brought straight back to their chaperones after a dance.
a five-day excursion with 148 students and 24 chaperones from Mountain Brook High School⇒
It's unusual to see an industry spokesperson without a PR chaperone.⇒
She is a chaperone from MI6, on hand to ensure Bond does not gamble all the money away.
We were chaperoned by our aunt.⇒
My maid Lizzie is chaperoning me, but I've bribed her with two shillings.
Thawley was chaperoning John Howard around Washington when terrorists struck on 9/11.⇒
People from the Tourism Commission chaperone VIP guests.⇒
The company directors and their husbands are chaperoning the young performers.
He needed a chaperone , or she might end up inventing all manner of overheated nonsense.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
His dating configuration incorporates a more patrician version of the entourage; he prefers the term " chaperone.Globe and Mail (2003)
Life for the Delhi bjp -- and, in fact, for Delhi -- will be that much more harsh without the Central chaperone.India Today (1998)
Neither she nor Edward could act as chaperone for the three long weeks of the Christmas holidays.The Gospel Makers
She played the nicely connected heroine, Lucy Honeychurch, on holiday in Italy with Maggie Smith as her chaperone.Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The formerly raucous Russell also kept away from the grog and became chaperone to one of the film's child actors.Ottawa Sun (2003)
Whenever I got work, my mother had to take time off her work to chaperone me.Times, Sunday Times (2004)
`Besides, after what happened once when you were alone with a young boy... I would have to spend all my time acting as chaperone and... `Web of Dreams
`The Lady needs a chaperone , otherwise it wouldn't look right.THE LADY AND THE UNICORN (2003)