Companion and Stranger

Companion

Companion noun - A person frequently seen in the company of another.

Stranger is an antonym for companion in helper topic.

Nearby Words: companionable, companionship, companioned

Stranger

Stranger noun - A person who is not native to or known to a community.
Usage example: the people of the island are quick to make strangers feel at home

Companion is an antonym for stranger.

Nearby Words: strange, strangeness, strangely

How words are described

human human companion human stranger
old old companion old stranger
certain certain companion certain stranger
friendly friendly companion friendly stranger
Other adjectives: dead, single, powerful, male, little, main, young, beautiful, new, injured, mysterious, titular, older, snarky.

Both words in one sentence

  • Unfortunately this loss exposes him as a stranger and potential Raider, causing the local folk to stone him and his companion.
  • Mysterious Stranger In Fallout 4, your companion Nick Valentine is tracking the Mysterious Stranger under the assumption that he's a possibly-immortal serial killer using stealth tech.
  • Recap / Doctor Who S 35 E 11 Heaven Sent Go Mad from the Isolation: With no companion or even a kindly stranger to help him, just a monster he must evade, the already emotionally-fragile Doctor is Driven to Madness in this episode.
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