accompaniment
noun
1 things that go or happen together
ADJECTIVE
essential, ideal, perfect
delicious, good
VERB + ACCOMPANIMENT
be, make
PREPOSITION
to the accompaniment of

The women's medical school opened in 1874, to the accompaniment of much ridicule.

with the accompaniment of

The sun was back, with its accompaniment of dust and flies.

accompaniment for, accompaniment to

These wines also make a good accompaniment for vegetarian dishes.

2 music played to go with singing, etc.
ADJECTIVE
instrumental, musical, orchestral
piano, string, etc.
VERB + ACCOMPANIMENT
provide
PREPOSITION
to the accompaniment of

She sang to the accompaniment of a guitar.


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