- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)Subordinate additionNouns1. (something that accompanies) accompaniment, concomitance, company, association, companionship, [copartnership, fellowship, coefficiency; sidebar. See synchronism, sequence, music, effect.2. (related idea) concomitant, accessory, adjunct, corollary, coefficient.3. (person who accompanies) companion, attendant, fellow, associate, consort, spouse, colleague, comrade, compadre; accompanist; [co]partner, satellite, hanger-on, shadow; convoy, cortege, escort, bodyguard, chaperon (See safety); retainer[s], retinue, entourage, court, following (See servant); cavalier, squire; fellow traveler, camp follower. Slang, pard, sidekick. See friend, marriage.Verbs — accompany, attend, hang on, wait on, go along with, go hand in hand with, keep company, row in the same boat, associate or consort with, take up with, hang around; string along; escort, usher, chaperon, conduct, convoy, squire, see out. Informal, take out. See effect.Adjectives — accompanying, attendant, concomitant, fellow, associated, coupled, accessory, peripheral.Adverbs — hand in hand, arm in arm, side by side, cheek to cheek, hand in glove, together, at one's side; in tow; on one's coattails; in a body, in company. Informal, cheek by jowl.Prepositions — with, together with, along with, in company with.Conjunctions — and, both, also.Phrases — a man is known by the company he keeps.Antonyms, See disjunction.II(Roget's IV) n.1. [That which accompanies as a necessary part of another]Syn. accessory, adjunct, concomitant, consequence, necessary circumstance, appurtenance, attribute, context, appendage, necessary link, attendant condition, attachment, attendant, complement, coexistence, supplement.2. [Incidental music]Syn. accompanying instrument, backup, orchestral part, obbligato, piano part, instrumental music, chords, background music, harmony, minor harmony, subsidiary part, supplementary part, continuo; see also music 1 .III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.backup, harmony, background, instrument, rhythm player, *side-kick.IV(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun 1. One that accompanies another: associate, attendant, companion, concomitant. See ACCOMPANIED. 2. Something added to another for embellishment or completion: complement, enhancement, enrichment. See ACCOMPANIED.
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accompaniment — accompaniment, concomitant denote in common something attendant upon or found in association with another thing. Both may imply addition, but they vary chiefly in the kind of relationship connoted between the principal and the attendant things.… … New Dictionary of Synonyms
accompaniment — [n1] necessary part or embellishment accessory, adjunct, appendage, appurtenance, attachment, attendant, attribute, augmentation, complement, concomitant, enhancement, enrichment, supplement; concepts 834,835 accompaniment [n2] music that… … New thesaurus
accompaniment — [ə kum′pə nə mənt, ə kum′pənēmənt; ] often [, ə kump′nəmənt, ə kump′nēmənt] n. 1. anything that accompanies something else; thing added, usually for order or symmetry 2. Music a part, usually instrumental, performed together with the main part… … English World dictionary
Accompaniment — Ac*com pa*ni*ment ( ment), n. [F. accompagnement.] That which accompanies; something that attends as a circumstance, or which is added to give greater completeness to the principal thing, or by way of ornament, or for the sake of symmetry.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
accompaniment — index appurtenance, attendance, codicil, rider, synchronism Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
accompaniment — (n.) 1744, from Fr. accompagnement (13c.), from accompagner (see ACCOMPANY (Cf. accompany)). Musical sense is earliest … Etymology dictionary
accompaniment — ► NOUN 1) a musical part which accompanies an instrument, voice, or group. 2) something that supplements or complements something else … English terms dictionary
Accompaniment — A typical accompaniment pattern of a Mozart concerto or aria. Play ( … Wikipedia
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accompaniment — /euh kum peuh ni meuhnt, euh kump ni /, n. 1. something incidental or added for ornament, symmetry, etc. 2. Music. a part in a composition designed to serve as background and support for more important parts. [1725 35; ACCOMPANY + MENT] * * * ▪… … Universalium
accompaniment — n. 1) an accompaniment to (a piano accompaniment to a song) 2) to the accompaniment of (to the accompaniment of soft music) * * * [ə kʌmp(ə)nɪmənt] an accompaniment to (a piano accompaniment to a song) to the accompaniment of (to the… … Combinatory dictionary