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accompany to be connected with; happen at the same time as; follow. [1/3 definitions]
adhere to obey or follow (usually followed by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
carry out to obey; follow. [1/3 definitions]
chase1 to follow with the goal of catching; run after. [1/3 definitions]
dog to follow closely or track. [1/2 definitions]
heel1 to follow closely behind. [1/5 definitions]
irregularity a failure to follow rules, customs, or usual ways. [1/2 definitions]
knight a soldier on horseback in the Middle Ages. A knight had to serve as an apprentice and follow many rules. [1/4 definitions]
law the set of rules that people in a society must follow. [1/5 definitions]
obey to follow or carry out the command, instruction, or wishes of. [1/3 definitions]
observe to act in keeping with; follow. [1/5 definitions]
pursue to follow in order to reach or catch; chase. [1/2 definitions]
referee a sports official who makes sure that players follow the rules of the game. [1/2 definitions]
shadow to follow closely and in secret in order to watch; trail. [1/5 definitions]
stalk2 to track and follow. [1/2 definitions]
succeed to follow or come after. [1/3 definitions]
succession the persons or things that follow or come after one another. [1/2 definitions]
tag1 (informal) to follow someone closely (usually followed by "after" or "along"). [1/3 definitions]
tail to follow at the end of. [2/7 definitions]
take to accept; follow. [1/25 definitions]
this the statement or idea that is about to follow. [1/7 definitions]