Synonyms for accompaniment
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : uh-kuhm-puh-ni-muh nt, uh-kuhmp-ni-|
|Phonetic Transcription : əˈkʌm pə nɪ mənt, əˈkʌmp nɪ-|
Top 10 synonyms for accompaniment
Définition of accompanimentOrigin :
- 1744, from French accompagnement (13c.), from accompagner (see accompany). Musical sense is earliest.
- noun necessary part or embellishment
- noun music that supports a theme or performer in a composition
- "That should be spoken with music as an accompaniment," exclaimed Rossini when I came to an end.
- Extract from : « My Double Life » by Sarah Bernhardt
- All this he did, methodically, and with as loud and harsh an accompaniment of noise as he could make.
- Extract from : « A Tale of Two Cities » by Charles Dickens
- In this instance I imagine I can show that honesty is the accompaniment.
- Extract from : « One Day's Courtship » by Robert Barr
- Fanny sits at piano, plays Yankee Doodle, whistling an accompaniment.
- Extract from : « The Universal Reciter » by Various
- Sweet enough they were as an accompaniment of wine, but apt to give headache.
- Extract from : « Anabasis » by Xenophon
- They might have been read to an accompaniment of fife and drums.
- Extract from : « An Orkney Maid » by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
- He will get drunk, too, like men of other nations, but he will do it to the accompaniment of music.
- Extract from : « A Bride of the Plains » by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
- Most of their exercises were done to the accompaniment of the flute.
- Extract from : « The Legacy of Greece » by Various
- He carefully undid the cloths, to an accompaniment of groans from Parker.
- Extract from : « The Rainy Day Railroad War » by Holman Day
- I asked, not finding that entertainment to the accompaniment of sabre-blows so glorious.
- Extract from : « Debts of Honor » by Maurus Jkai
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