1. accessory

noun. ['ækˈsɛsɝi'] clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing.


  • clothing
  • belt
  • wear
  • accoutrement
  • accouterment
  • vesture
  • habiliment
  • furnishing
  • wearable
  • trappings


  • divide
  • software
  • curve
  • take away

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Rhymes with Accessory

  • esarey

How do you pronounce accessory?

Pronounce accessory as ækˈsɛsəri.

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Sentences with accessory

1. Noun, singular or mass
The strong and hard structure of the antler makes it a sturdy choice for a smoking accessory.

Quotes about accessory

1. Yes, boys are a little like shoes. Why? Well...They can be useful. But mainly...They are nice to look at. Getting the right one can be a lovely accessory to an outfit. There are times when you couldn't do without them. And there are times when you'd rather do without them. Get the wrong ones and they can hurt. There are many types and often the ones that look the nicest are completely unpractical.
- Rachel Hill, A Girl's Guide to Guys: Meeting Them, Managing Them and All That Love Stuff

2. You know, lieutenant, you wear your weapon the way other women wear pearls.""It's not a fashion accessory.
- J.D. Robb, Naked in Death

3. I should combine a car bumper with a belt, for a fashion accessory that’s safe for office romances. Powdered love poetry sold separately.
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE

2. accessory

noun. ['ækˈsɛsɝi'] a supplementary component that improves capability.


  • computer accessory
  • element
  • supplement
  • fitting
  • fixings
  • component
  • appurtenance
  • trimmings
  • add-on
  • constituent


  • right
  • innocent
  • straight line
  • straighten

3. accessory

adjective. ['ækˈsɛsɝi'] furnishing added support.


  • appurtenant
  • auxiliary
  • ancillary
  • supportive
  • adjuvant


  • decriminalise
  • legalize
  • permit
  • decriminalize

4. accessory

adjective. ['ækˈsɛsɝi'] aiding and abetting in a crime.


  • accessary


  • allow
  • legal

5. accessory

noun. ['ækˈsɛsɝi'] someone who helps another person commit a crime.


  • accessory before the fact
  • accessory during the fact
  • collaborator
  • henchman
  • felon
  • outlaw
  • criminal
  • crook
  • abettor
  • accessory after the fact
  • confederate
  • partner in crime
  • accessary
  • abetter


  • decrease
  • unjust
  • improper
  • construction