Accompaniments [noun]

Definition of Accompaniments:

necessary part or embellishment

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Sentence/Example of Accompaniments:

He directed the Ninth Symphony, and played twice himself with orchestral accompaniments.

The mother played her accompaniments and at the same time watched her daughter with greedy admiration and nervous apprehension.

He was something of a musician, too, and played the accompaniments for the girls who sang in The Spring Road.

Organ accompaniments help up good choirs and materially drown the defects of bad ones.

These unwonted accompaniments of a bachelor supper were looked upon with an evil eye by some of the guests.

The second group contains Chopin's concert-pieces, all of which have orchestral accompaniments.

Freed from its almost inevitable accompaniments of late hours, thin dresses, and irregular food, it is undoubtedly beneficial.

The usual accompaniments of intellectual study are the cause of this false prejudice.

On the contrary, from the manner in which the distribution took place, all such accompaniments were intentionally avoided.

Throughout Piedmont and Lombardy snow and frost are the frequent accompaniments of winter.