[ UK /ʃˈæpəɹˌə‍ʊn/ ]
[ US /ˈʃæpɝˌoʊn/ ]
  1. one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people
  1. accompany as a chaperone
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How To Use chaperone In A Sentence

  • We should therefore not be surprised that the twenties were an enthusiastic display of unchaperoned dating, provocative dress, and exhibitionist behavior.
  • You're second impression most likely be, vodka and coffee don't play so nice when they're on an unchaperoned date.
  • The jury heard that when Vinall practised at Glebe House, Headingley, in the early 1990s no chaperones were provided for his patients.
  • The lack of the other cellular components present in these systems is not always a boon, however; sometimes proteins made using the PURE system don't fold properly, and additional proteins called chaperones need to be added to fix this problem. Ars Technica
  • He had made the contacts and come across venues and ideas while working as a chaperone and knew what he wanted to offer clients. Times, Sunday Times
  • They allowed him close unchaperoned contact with younger female patients.
  • The Tyneside study indicates that patients want to be offered a chaperone, so general practitioners may be responding to societal demand. 4 Merely offering a chaperone does not protect either the patient or the doctor.
  • For a moment Peng Yu-wei hesitated, his duty to chaperone the children conflicting with the explicit command of the young master.
  • And I feel like a wrinkled, ugly chaperone sitting here on the sidelines.
  • It involved fibbing to their parents, sneaking out unchaperoned, staying up past their bedtimes and watching as their fathers became good mates with Rat Scabies of the Damned.
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