verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Words nearby chaperon
Origin of chaperon
OTHER WORDS FROM chaperonchap·er·on·age [shap-uh-roh-nij] /ˈʃæp əˌroʊ nɪdʒ/, nounchap·er·on·less, adjective
Definition for chaperoned (2 of 2)
noun, verb (used with or without object), chap·er·oned, chap·er·on·ing.
Examples from the Web for chaperoned
As Mr. Jacobs points out, underage models should be chaperoned and offered protections.
By mere chance I chaperoned a charming and delightful girl down the Gulf of Bothnia.Through Finland in Carts|Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie
There were a great many family groups, with here and there a chaperoned party from the suburbs.The Short Line War|Samuel Merwin
Garth had gone no further than this when Marise came back, chaperoned by Mums.Vision House|C. N. Williamson