from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of accompany.
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His conteanance and behaveour, fra that day till the day that he was compelled to present him self to the publict place of preaching, did sufficiently declair the greaf and truble of his hearte; for no man saw any sign of myrth of him, neyther yitt had he pleasur to accumpany any man, many dayis togetther.
Gentilmen of everie cuntrie should accumpany thare Preachouris to the day and place appointed.
And first, he caused summound, then denunce accurssed, and then last, rebelles,  not only the first interprisaris, but all such also as after did accumpany thame. [
Johnestoun: yea, albeit never man should accumpany me, I will go, and gif it war bot with a pick upoun my shulder; for I had rather dye with that cumpany, nor leve efter thame. "