accompanied by (someone or something)

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accompanied by (someone or something)

Joined by someone or something or presented along with someone or something. The slice of pie was accompanied by a scoop of vanilla ice cream. My husband is sick, so I'll be accompanied by my son at the charity auction. A: "I sure hope that's not his girlfriend!" B: "No, no, the caption underneath the photo says, 'The actor was accompanied by his daughter to the awards ceremony.'"
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accompanied by something

with something extra to go along with something else; with something to complement something else. Dessert was accompanied by a fine white wine.
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