One might consider the treatise Lingua, which he published in 1525, as an attempt to make a companion-piece to the Moria.
The companion-piece to the portrait of my future husband was the portrait of his future wife.
John Leech, who so reveled in the "Camps at Cobham," would here have found a companion-piece for the opposition of the picture.
It will form a companion-piece to Goethes Bardt sans comparaison with all other authors.
Probably Donnes verses were written as a companion-piece to the present poem.
This very amiable bit of advice is a companion-piece to the panegyric upon the prince's father written about twelve years before.
She too must give me something on my engagement—wouldn't she give me the companion-piece?
This fragment is a companion-piece to the engraved fac-simile of a page of Pope's Homer, in this volume.