to fit or equip with :
to accessorize a car with special seat covers.
to choose or wear :
Well-dressed women accessorize according to the occasion.
to be suitable for :
Some clothes accessorize more easily than others.
The singer covered parts of her naked body with moss, accessorizing with smokey eyeshadow and a voluminous haircut.
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(transitive) to add accessories to: accessorize a plain jacket with feminine jewellery
1939, from accessory + -ize. Related: Accessorized; accessorizing.
- Accessory adrenal
accessory adrenal accessory adrenal n. An island of cortical tissue separate from the adrenal gland, usually found in the retroperitoneal tissues, kidneys, or genitals. Also called adrenal rest.
- Accessory after the fact
a subordinate or supplementary part, object, or the like, used mainly for convenience, attractiveness, safety, etc., as a spotlight on an automobile or a lens cover on a camera. an article or set of articles of dress, as gloves, earrings, or a scarf, that adds completeness, convenience, attractiveness, etc., to one’s basic outfit. Law. Also […]
- Accessory apartment
a self-contained living area within a single-family home, as for an aging parent.
- Accessory bud
accessory bud accessory bud (āk-sěs’ə-rē) See under bud.