- v. Simple past tense and past participle of company.
“All of them were called to preach the gospel by the living voice of Christ himself; all had "companied" with Him during the period of His ministry; all had listened to His sermons; all had been spectators of His works of wonder; all were empowered to perform miracles; all seem to have conversed with Him after His resurrection; and all appear to have possessed the gift of inspired utterance.”
“[177: 5] All were, therefore, fully competent to bear testimony to the facts which they record, for the Seventy had "companied" with the Twelve”
“I am sure if you contacted companied and made them aware of your contest that they would give you free prizes!”
“The United States government throughMedicare has denied more than twice the number of claims than all other insurance companied combined.”
“The committee is asking how a private deal between the two companied turned into another federal bailout.”
“The image is making its way onto t-shirts and onto a few posters alongside a highway ramp in L.A. A.companied by the word "socialism.”
““To hear is to obey, O our lord,” answered he; and they companied him till they came to”
“Thou hast extolled to us his excellence and eke thou hast set before us of his victual whereof we have eaten; yet have we not companied with him nor seen him, neither hath he seen us nor come to our presence and eaten with us, so there might be between us bread and salt.”
“The girls who companied with her are the ladies of her court and guards and grandees of her empire, and the plumed skins wherewith they fly are the handiwork of enchanters of the Jann.”
“Now this is the very man, by token that he gave me diamonds of great value, and high price whose like are not to be found, requiting me more than would have come up sticking to my quarter of meat; and I companied with him to Bassorah-city, where he took leave of us and went on to his native stead, whilst we returned to our own land.”
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