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1. accompanied accompanied


The hit-and-run driver, accompanied by his father, came and turned himself in the next day.
Happy events tend to be accompanied by problems.
The President is usually accompanied by his wife when he goes abroad.
George accompanied me home.
Mountaineering is attractive especially to young people because it is accompanied with hardships and adventures.
Hurricanes are storms accompanied by winds that can travel at 74 miles per hour.
All orders must be accompanied with cash.
More often than not, famine is accompanied by plague.
Roast beef is usually accompanied by Yorkshire pudding.
we are accompanied with three destroyers
The private detectives accompanied the President everywhere.
The socialist was accompanied by a female interpreter.
The operation is accompanied by a lot of pain.
Killing is forbidden; every murderer is punished, unless he has killed accompanied by many men and to the sound of trumpets.
However, sometimes, children travel accompanied by other family members and may, in fact, even live with them and so on.

2. abide abide


I hope that Japan will abide by its Constitution.
I can't abide it/him
Abide by your promise.
Abide with me.
We all abide by law to live in any society.
There were no laws for people to abide by.
But Judah shall abide for ever, and Jerusalem from generation to generation.
they can’t even abide to think about it
European farmers must abide by rules put in place for the safety of the consumer.
this is what teaches us to negotiate and to abide our differences.
I will abide by my deadlines in terms of dealing with this kind of situation.
However farmers in the UK have to abide by the Assured Produce Standards, sometimes known as the Red Tractor Assurance.
If they disagree about something, and are unable to resolve it between themselves, they submit their case to the DRO, and agree to abide by that DRO’s decision.
Abide by the inevitable.
To put up with; tolerate: can't abide such incompetence. See Synonyms at bear2. To wait patiently for: "I will abide the coming of my lord"3. To withstand: a thermoplastic that will abide rough use and great heat.