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  1. having another person along; acting or done with someone as company: The youngest of the accompanied children on that voyage, a 5-year-old boy named Gid, was my great-grandfather.

  2. Music. performing or performed with one or more instruments providing background and support: The 25 singers perform mostly a cappella, with the concluding anthem being the only accompanied piece on the album.

  1. being or existing together with something else (often used in combination): The company's haulage fleet includes a forklift-accompanied trailer for more efficient and trouble-free deliveries.

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of accompany.

Origin of accompanied

First recorded in 1605–15, for an earlier sense; accompany + -ed2 for the adjective senses; accompany + -ed1 for the verb sense

Other words from accompanied

  • well-ac·com·pa·nied, adjective

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