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.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. or (intransitive) To furnish with accessories.
- v. To wear, or to choose accessories.
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He said, if I want a life philosophy t-shirt, mine has to say "accessorize"I'll admit he's right.
How many straight men ever say the word "accessorize"?
But it seems that other smartphone manufacturers are starting to branch out to 'accessorize' their flagships.
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."
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.
While Politico reports on the RNC spending $150,000 to 'accessorize' Palin and her family,
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.
If you were designing your own superhero costume, how would you accessorize? a. Cape
I'd let ViolentBelle accessorize me and have s00j and felisdemens do my makeup.
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.