See ex -1, correct syn: See accompany.
The act of accompanying a person, conveyance, or group as an escort: jets flying in escort alongside the president's airplane.One or more persons accompanying another to guide, protect, or show honor.Vb ( tr ) to accompany or attend as an escort C16: from French escorte, from Italian scorta, from scorgere to guide, from Latin corrigere to straighten; see correct escort (.(DOD only) To convoy.One or more vehicles accompanying another vehicle to guide, protect, or honor its passengers.L'Escorte is a, lucky Luke adventure written by, goscinny and illustrated by, morris.An armed guard accompanying persons as a mark of honor.
Aircraft assigned to protect other aircraft during a mission.
A man or youth who accompanies a woman or girl: he was her escort for the evening.
157080; French Italian scorta,.
However, Billy's enduring reputation and his repeated attempts at escape - mostly with the inept assistance of felon Bert Malloy - offer Luke and Jolly Jumper their fair share of excitement on the way.
One or more persons, soldiers, vehicles, etc, accompanying another or others for protection, guidance, restraint, or as a mark of honour.
A person or persons accompanying another or others for protection, guidance, or courtesy.Escort Past participle: escorted Gerund: escorting ContinuousPresent PerfectPast ContinuousPast PerfectFutureFuture PerfectFuture ContinuousPresent Perfect ContinuousFuture Perfect ContinuousPast Perfect ContinuousConditionalPast Conditional Imperative escort escort.An armed guard that accompanies a convoy, a train, prisoners, etc.An armed or protective guard, as a body of soldiers escort dans le var or ships.Protection or guidance on a journey.Four years after the great clash between Lucky Luke and Billy the Kid resulting in a 1200 year prison sentence for Billy, Luke is asked to escort Billy to New Mexico to face trial for the crimes he committed there.Example: escort of strangers, 1867.(-skôrt, -skôrt, skôrt) escorted, escorting, escorts, to accompany or guide, especially as an escort: The usher escorted me to the front row.A combatant unit(s) assigned to accompany and protect another force or convoy.
Use of feminine past participle of scorgere to conduct Vulgar Latin *excorrigere.
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One or more warships or planes used to defend or protect other craft from enemy attack.