Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To furnish with accessories: accessorized my outfit with a matching watch.
  • intransitive v. To wear or select accessories: accessorizes according to the latest fashions.

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  • v. or (intransitive) To furnish with accessories.
  • v. To wear, or to choose accessories.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He said, if I want a life philosophy t-shirt, mine has to say "accessorize"I'll admit he's right.

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  • How many straight men ever say the word "accessorize"?

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  • But it seems that other smartphone manufacturers are starting to branch out to 'accessorize' their flagships.

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  • Besides the bridge mosaic, she plans to "accessorize" the restaurant with other beer cap art "since it's a brewery and we're celebrating all things beer."

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  • I wanted the "burnt red" face color but my supplier ran out of them and now that I have the blue one instead I realize I can "accessorize" it with more clothes than the red one.

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  • While Politico reports on the RNC spending $150,000 to 'accessorize' Palin and her family,

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  • St. Jude Children's Research Hospital investigators have gained new insight into how the cell's vast array of proteins would instantly be reduced to a confusion of lethally malfunctioning molecules without a system for proteins to "accessorize" in order to regulate their function.

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  • If you were designing your own superhero costume, how would you accessorize? a. Cape

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  • I'd let ViolentBelle accessorize me and have s00j and felisdemens do my makeup.

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  • Bright colored strings are emerging as a way for men to accessorize, from the well-heeled models at Dunhill's Spring 2011 runway show to preppy menswear labels such as Paul Smith, where certain shoes are sold with bright colored laces already tied up with a neutral-colored spare included in the box for the faint of heart.

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