accessory – Dictionary of English

plural noun : Noun always used in plural form — for example, “ jeans, ” “ scissors. ” npl plural noun : Noun always used in plural form — for model, “ jeans, ” “ scissors. ” npl plural noun : Noun always used in plural form — for example, “ jeans, ” “ scissors. ” united kingdom : * UK and possibly other pronunciations UK and possibly other pronunciations / æ kˈsɛsəri/ u : united states army pronunciation : IPA and respelling USA pronunciation : IPA /ækˈsɛsəri/, USA pronunciation : respelling ( alaska ses ′ ə rē )

WordReference Random House Learner ‘s Dictionary of American English © 2022
ac•ces•so•ry /ækˈsɛsəri/ USA pronunciation  
north .  [countable ] pl . -ries. 

  1. an extra part that improves or completes the basic share :

    The car’s accessories included a CD player.

  2. Law

    Law. a person who, although absent, assists in committing a felony .

See -cess-
/ækˈsɛsəri/ WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2022
(ak sesə rē), USA pronunciation 

n., pl.



newton . 

  1. a subordinate or auxiliary separate, object, or the like, used chiefly for public toilet, attraction, safety, etc., as a spotlight on an automobile or a lens shroud on a camera .
  2. Clothing

    an article or set of articles of dress, as gloves, earrings, or a scarf, that adds completeness, convenience, attractiveness, and so forth, to one ‘s basic outfit .

  3. law
    • besides called accessory before the fact. a person who, though not introduce during the commission of a felony, is guilty of having aided and abetted another, who committed the felony .
    • besides called accessory after the fact. a person who knowingly conceals or assists another who has committed a felony. Cf. principal ( def. 9b ) .

  4. Anatomy

    See accessory nerve.

adj . 

  1. contributing to a general effect ;
    supplementary ;
    subsidiary company .
  2. Law

    giving aid as an accessory .

  3. Rocks




    noting any mineral whose presence in a rock ‘n’ roll has no bearing on the categorization of the rock, as zircon in granite .





    • 1.

      See corresponding entry in Unabridged

      See addition. 

    • 3.

      See corresponding entry in Unabridged


( alaska sesə rē ), Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers : :




n (




  1. a supplementary character or object, as of a car, appliance, etc
  2. ( much plural) a small accompanying detail of dress, clairvoyance of women ‘s dress
  3. a person who incites person to commit a crime or assists the perpetrator of a crime, either before or during its committee


  1. supplementary ; extra ; subordinate
  2. assisting in or having cognition of an dissemble, esp a crime

etymology : 17


hundred : from Late Latin accessōrius: see









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