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Other users have misspelling chaperone as:

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  1. chaperown 10%
  2. capuron 10%
  3. chaparone 5%
  4. chapernone 5%
  5. chaperoni 5%
  6. Other 65%

Definitions of chaperone


  1. one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people


  1. accompany as a chaperone

Examples of chaperone

  1. We should therefore not be surprised that the twenties were an enthusiastic display of unchaperoned dating, provocative dress, and exhibitionist behavior.
  2. You're second impression most likely be, vodka and coffee don't play so nice when they're on an unchaperoned date.
  3. The jury heard that when Vinall practised at Glebe House, Headingley, in the early 1990s no chaperones were provided for his patients.

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