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accompany

The first definition that The New Penguin English Dictionary (1986) provides for accompany is, “to go with as an escort or companion.” I’m guessing the writer of that definition didn’t look up escort in the yellow pages. I think the women advertising there are offering to do more than just accompany their customers. For the […]

accompaniment

When you hear the word accompaniment you probably think of music. More specifically, you likely think of the pianist or violinist who is an accompanist for a principal singer, who would be singing a cappella were it not for his or her accompanist. If that’s what you think, then you’ve got it slightly wrong or, […]