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Accompany - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)

ACCOM'PANY, v.t. [See Company.]

1. To go with or attend as a companion or associate on a journey, walk, _c; as a man accompanies his friend to church, or on a tour.

2. To be with as connected; to attend; as pain accompanies disease.

ACCOM'PANY, v.i.

1. To attend; to be an associate; as to accompany with others. Obs.

2. To cohabit.

3. In music, to perform the accompanying part in a composition.

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