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escort

e skawrt

  • n  someone who escorts and protects a prominent person
  • n  the act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them
  • n  an attendant who is employed to accompany someone
  • n  a participant in a date
  • v  accompany as an escort
    She asked her older brother to escort her to the ball
  • v  accompany or escort

  • He did not name the escort with whom he sinned.
  • In the Palfrey case, prosecutors obliged a string of obviously embarrassed clients and employees of the escort service to appear on the witness stand and testify under oath.
  • The tuxedoed President (far right) escorts (left to right) his wife, Bess; his daughter, Margaret; society hostess Perle Mesta; and Vice-President Alben Barkley to his 1949 ball.
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  • Tendai Biti in Times Online
    Tendai Biti, the party's secretary-general, said: "If there had been a police escort, what happened would not have happened."
  • Graham Poll in Telegraph.co.uk
    Poll told BBC Radio Four: "This morning he's being smuggled out of our country under police escort - this is a referee of a football match. That is a disgrace. When he booked in a hotel they had to change the hotel he was staying at because of the...
  • Dick Ebersol in USA Today
    I'm hoping someone will provide me with an arm to escort me out of the building,Dick Ebersol said on Wednesday after his session at the SportAccord conference in front of hundreds from the Olympic family.

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