companion

companion
n
1. comrade, crony, chum, copain, sidekick, shadow, alter ego, Inf. pal, U.S. Inf. buddy, Sl. cully, Sl. Siamese twin; partner, counterpart, mate, helpmate, classmate, shipmate, messmate, teammate, playmate, housemate, roommate, Inf. roomie, Inf. other half, Obs. consort; associate, colleague, compeer, affiliate, co-worker, yokefellow, yokemate, Scot, and North Eng. marrow, Archaic. peer; fellow, confrere, brother, sister; ally, friend, acquaintance, amigo, Fr. ami.
2. assistant, aide, squire, coadjutor, coadjutress, an-cilla, auxiliary, helper, abettor; governess, matron, tutor, tutoress, nursemaid, nanny, (in Spain and Portugal) duenna; sitter, baby-sitter, au pair girl; guardian, tutelary, tutelar, shepherd, protector, protectress; escort, chaperon, attendant.
3. accompaniment, accessory, match, pendant, complement, completer, concomitant, concurrent, Astron. comes; supplement, appendage, appurtenance, appurtenant, adjunct, appanage.
4. handbook, manual, reference book, vade mecum; guide, guidebook.
v
5. accompany, escort, usher, squire, esquire, chaperon, go along with, Obs. consort; keep company with, associate with, go out with, Inf. go with, Inf. pal around with, Inf. hang around with, Sl. hang out with.
6. come with, coexist with; belong to, be an appendage of, be an adjunct to, be an annex to, be part of.

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