After his performance, she claims she was escorted to the green room and stayed after the rest of the people there left.
She was escorted to an aircraft gun and told it was protecting the city from American airstrikes.
Another bouncer found me crouched in a corner and escorted me back to the bar.
The day she left, sources say, she was escorted out of the building by security guards.
He escorted her to dinners at the homes of Barbara Walters, Louise and Henry Grunwald, and, of course, to the theater.
Of course she had gone out with boys before, had been brought home from parties, had been escorted from evening meetings.
The funeral cortege was escorted by Major George Peter's company.
Old Du Buisson escorted us on horseback, riding beside the door of the carriage.
Two soldiers, at a signal from a sergeant, marched him between them, and escorted him.
escorted by the major-domo, he was led to the drawing-room where Madame Rojas was waiting to receive him.
1708, from escort (n.); social sense is from 1890. Related: Escorted; escorting.