accompany (one) with

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accompany (one) with

To play a musical instrument in support of a featured band or performer. I need someone to accompany me with piano when I sing at the talent show.
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accompany someone with something

to use a particular musical instrument to play music that goes along with someone else's musical performance. She accompanied Mary with her flute.
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They were accompanied by Sinclair and his fifteen free trappers; Wyeth, also, and his New England band of beaver hunters and salmon fishers, now dwindled down to eleven, took this opportunity to prosecute their cruise in the wilderness, accompanied with such experienced pilots.
The morning after our arrival at the Cottage, Sophia complained of a violent pain in her delicate limbs, accompanied with a disagreable Head-ake She attributed it to a cold caught by her continued faintings in the open air as the Dew was falling the Evening before.
Along with this lofty status as assassin of the meek - as children were its main victims - smallpox was accompanied with various myths which Rutten addresses while isolating smallpox epidemics and public embattlement against them in the Netherlands during the 18th and 19th centuries.
This was also accompanied with the public's growing awareness of the danger of contamination of the homes of the infected, the isolation of patients and the necessity of quarantine for those who had come in contact with the disease.
Others provided draft financial statements without intending to submit those statements in final form accompanied with the compilation or review report prescribed in SSARS no.
A large chicken burger is accompanied with a grilled, marinated portobello mushroom and served between a fresh, toasted whole wheat bun.