escort

Part of speech: verb

To accompany and guard; conduct; convoy.

Part of speech: noun

A guard accompanying a person or property in transit; an attendant; safeguard; protection.

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Usage examples "escort":

  1. Lady Margaret hesitated, but Guy said: " By your leave, my lady, I think that the idea is a very good one, saving that I myself will escort the two ladies there as soon as Mistress Agnes feels confident enough to go." - "At Agincourt", G. A. Henty.
  2. Perhaps you can tell me who her escort was that night of the fog- a Joe Somebody. - "Every Man for Himself", Hopkins Moorhouse.
  3. I escort her to the door in silence. - "The Wife and Other Stories", Anton Chekhov.