Definition of Chaperones

1. Noun. (plural of chaperone) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of chaperone) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Chaperones

1. chaperone [v] - See also: chaperone

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chaperones

chapel service
chapeless
chapelgoer
chapellanies
chapellany
chapelless
chapelries
chapelry
chapels
chaperonage
chaperonages
chaperone
chaperoned
chaperoneless
chaperones (current term)
chaperoneship
chaperonin
chaperonin 10
chaperonin 60
chaperoning
chaperonins
chaperons
chapes
chapess
chapesses
chapfallen
chapiter
chapiters
chapka

Literary usage of Chaperones

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1. Celebrate Life!: A Guide for Planning All Night Alcohol edited by Sharon Murphy (1994)
"Insurance policies may dictate how many chaperones must be present. ... chaperones should have a contingency plan to deal with anyone who arrives ..."

2. Paris and the Parisians in 1835 by Frances Milton Trollope (1836)
"—The Consolations of chaperones.—Flirtations.—Discussion upon the variations between young Married Women in France and in England. ..."

3. Parents, Peers and Pot II: Parents in Actionby Marsha Manatt by Marsha Manatt (1996)
"It is the responsibility of parent/chaperones to be clear to students about these ... chaperones and students are more comfortable when they know what's ..."

4. Observations on the Schools of Great Britain, Belgium, and Germany by Ella Crumrine (1908)
"Each boy furnishes five dollars and the teacher chaperones a party of them for a two- weeks' trip into the country; these sometimes become walking- tours. ..."

5. Vacation Incidents by Alfred Paul Gardiner (1899)
"CHAPTER V. ANDY chaperones THE DINNER PARTY. THE ostensible reason for the Sunday excursion to Larchmont was to make a selection of the apartments for the ..."

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