consort (v.)
accompany, attend, go with
CE I.ii.28 [First Merchant to Antipholus of Syracuse] I'll meet with you upon the mart, / And afterward consort you till bedtime
JC V.i.82 [Cassius to Messala, of two eagles] Who to Philippi here consorted us
LLL I.i.250 [King reading Armado's letter to him, of Costard] Sorted and consorted [i.e. with a woman]
LLL II.i.178 [Princess to King] fair desires consort your grace
MND III.ii.387 [Puck to Oberon, of damned spirits] They ... must for aye consort with black-browed night
RJ II.i.31 [Benvolio to Mercutio, of Romeo] he hath hid himself among these trees / To be consorted with the humorous night
RJ III.i.130 [Tybalt to Romeo, of Mercutio] Thou, wretched boy, that didst consort him here, / Shalt with him hence