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escort

A man or woman who is hired as a "date"; typically, sexual activity is expected as part of the price paid for the escort services.
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Here he paid a heavy price for his escort, and hence he started with it on the wet, wet roads at three o'clock in the morning.
At 8:30 Miss Toole swept into the hall with her escort.
de Treville, confiding to him candidly the importance of his departure, when the news was transmitted to him as well as to his three friends that the king was about to set out for Paris with an escort of twenty Musketeers, and that they formed part of the escort.
A carriage that followed the escort ran into one of the carts and knocked a hole in it with its pole.
He, Whiskey Dick, the solicited escort of these two beautiful and peerless girls
And he not only patted their Royal escort, but even hugged him round the neck in the exuberance of his delight.
He could see the carter's bare chest collapse with amazement, as the man salaamed reverently to the voice, leaped from the pole, and helped the escort haul their volcano on to the main road.
Fouquet, leave my escort behind me; I should go to him as a friend; I should enter accompanied only by my captain of the guards; I should consider that I was acting more nobly, and should be invested with a still more sacred character by doing so.
If you will stay I will give you a house and an estate, but no one(heaven forbid) shall keep you here against your own wish, and that you may be sure of this I will attend tomorrow to the matter of your escort.
You must take a carriage and an escort, and guard the prisoner with the greatest care.
The procession was met at Nanterre by a brilliant escort of cavaliers and carriages.
As they were going into camp that night in Kent, midway between London and Rochester, word came to Norman of Torn that the Earl of Buckingham, having sent his escort on to Dover, had stopped to visit the wife of a royalist baron, whose husband was with Prince Edward's forces.