- n. Plural form of accompaniment.
“She posits that Freud alluded to but failed to develop “an association of both Judaism and anti-Semitism with the uncanny and its accompaniments, that is, the ideology of dangerous and deadly female or maternal difference,” 107.”
“The accompaniments were a tomato/basil/garlic bruschetta topping which was very good, and a thin, pink creamy-mayonnaisy looking thing.”
“-- The first thing of importance is the lathe, and of these there is quite a variety, and among the accompaniments are the slide rest, mandrel, back gear, division plate, angle plate, cone plate and various chucks.”
“Changes of elevation have long been known as accompaniments of great earthquakes, though many of the earlier observations and measurements left much to be desired in accuracy and completeness.”
“The “middle men” who arrange such matters are too commonly known as the accompaniments of the native courts of justice.”
“We are on a "accompaniments" roll ... close on the heels of the chutney, comes the salad!”
“The following year there were 15 "accompaniments" from this country.”
“I think I like this one better - it includes staples left off of the official pyramid, like seasonings and "accompaniments”
“Today, the two dominant genres in the music and its visual accompaniments are the violently anti-integrationist “gangsta style,” and “bling,” a carnival of conspicuous consumption and sensual gratification.”
“• For the accompaniments go for raw salads, on their own, or mixed with a little brown rice or whole-wheat pasta.”
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