Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of accessorise.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Summer's only opportunity for accessorising is with anklets of mosquito bites; autumn offers scarves, hats, gloves, snoods.

    End of an era

  • The dress really doesn't fit you, and while we know that your husband is vertically challenged, accessorising yourself with an even smaller man will not help detract attention from this fact.

    Dress codes dissected: from Ascot to American Apparel

  • I have been accessorising (sp?) every day in your honor.

    Back to the Village

  • And, thrillingly, it especially comes into its own when accessorising a hangover.

    Kiss and make-up: tinted moisturiser

  • It's so very important to pay attention to the details when accessorising.

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  • Henry Kaye have been specialising in wedding accessories for over 20 years and know from experience what it takes to complete the look with careful accessorising for both brides and their bridesmaids, flowergirls and pageboys.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • - You are forbidden from painting, accessorising, re-tooling, or in any other way modifying your car from its original condition.

    BSA on ’software piracy’

  • Rather, it's a hip urban fantasy featuring socialising, accessorising, skateboarding, romance, and the beating down of giant monsters with swords.

    Tokyo Game Show - Day 3

  • You are forbidden from painting, accessorising, re-tooling, or in any other way modifying your car from its original condition.

    BSA on ’software piracy’

  • We are busy accessorising for her, and she impressed us last night by carefully climbing our staircase.

    Matilde the Chinchilla at Hugo Schwyzer

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  • In addition to kidnapping me and accessorising herself to murder, temporary dissemblance. From "The Last Werewolf" by Glen Duncan.

    March 3, 2012