noun, plural com·pa·gnies [kawn-pa-nyee] /kɔ̃ paˈnyi/. French.
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Historical Examples of compagnie
It was rare for a student to have a room to himself—alone, withouten any compagnie.Oxford and its Story
The sal a compagnie was usually vacant at this time of the day.Emmeline
Charlotte Turner Smith
She did more: there is proof that she deceived her minister for the sake of the Compagnie.Louis XIV and La Grande Mademoiselle
A cab was standing at the corner—a cab of the Compagnie Urbaine.
At other times, when he was not drunk, he drove a cab for the Compagnie Urbaine.