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Definition of "chaperoning" []

  • Present participle of chaperone. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "chaperoning" in a sentence
  • "Nonetheless, it wasn't hard to imagine him relishing the idea of chaperoning an overnight stay at the prison, which offers guests the opportunity to sleep on wooden planks on the floor."
  • "I'm chaperoning, which is a very terrible thing, but I've promised that Ida and I will hang out in the shrubbery and get drunk."
  • "A on test = no contacts.fuckityfuckfuck. i realise it's only a slight change in aesthetic, but i've been dreaming of fresh-eyes since i discarded the last, overused, insufficient pair in the parking lot of valleyfair whilst riina and i were "chaperoning" my uncle's youth retreat to the state fair, valleyfair (amusement park), tubing down apple river and mall of america (all done in two days ..."
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