usher (someone or something) to (something or some place)

usher (someone or something) to (something or some place)

To accompany, escort, or direct someone, something, or some group up to or in the direction of some place or thing. We need to start ushering customers to the auditorium in a quick but orderly fashion. I ushered the trucks to the construction site as discretely as possible. A wailing police car ushered the doctor to the scene of the accident.
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usher someone to something

to escort or lead someone to something, such as a seat, the door, etc. The well-dressed gentleman ushered the bride to the altar. Her father ushered her to the altar.
See also: usher