Definition of 'accompanied'
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Sister Anne Marie was crossing the hall, accompanied by two young white-coated interns on loan from University College, Dublin. CONFESSIONALFrom the pool came a thunderous splash, accompanied by peals of laughter. COMPULSIONBayldon and the Home Secretary were waiting to receive her at Heathrow and accompanied her to the castle. A SONG AT TWILIGHT
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Very Common. accompanied is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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