accompany with or by?

ENGLISH PHRASES USING ‘ACCOMPANY’ || ACCOMPANIED BY, ACCOMPANIED WITH || MEANING & USE

“Accompanied by” is almost a set expression. “Accompanied with” will be understood; it’s not incorrect, and does not differ in meaning from the usual “accompanied by”, but by is the most commonly used preposition. There are no contexts in which one or the other is preferred.

The Meaning and Usage of Accompany / Accompanied By and Accompanied With

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