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Definition of companion:

  1. Companionable.
  2. One who goes with another habitually as a friend; an associate; a comrade.

Synonyms:

participator, section, abetter _or_ abettor, authority, attendant, confidante, compeer, governess, rapport, attend, associate, accompanied, partnership, subdivision, assistant, company, Friend, link, protector, coach party, fellow traveller, blighter, guide, association, corollary, boyfriend, young man, detail, double, same, comrade, portion, follow, feller, concomitant, business traveler, counterpart, guard, incident, associate degree, confrere, chaperon, accompany, biography, near, lad, commuter, tie, accomplice, explorer, familiar, running mate, substructure, retainer, atlas, familiar spirit, autobiography, bestseller, cohort, fellow traveler, nurse, relationship, bible, go hand in hand with, follower, keep company, duplicate, annual, girlfriend, play along, blook, helper, bloke, reconciliation, bit, practical nurse, go with, safeguard, escort, bird of passage, beau, twin, segment, fellow, part, piece, backpacker, fella, cuss, matron, dude, relations, match, camp follower, unit, coadjutor, almanac, compatriot, attach to, firm friends, confederate, gent, buster, connection, half, caravan, chemistry, swain, come with, henchman, hobnobber, anthology, obbligato, chap.

Usage examples:

  • " We part here," I said to my companion.

    - "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France", Stanley J. Weyman.
  • His companion nodded once more.

    - "The Firm of Girdlestone", Arthur Conan Doyle.
  • Then there was her companion.

    - "The Quest of the Golden Girl", Richard le Gallienne.