accessorise

accessorise
British variant of accessorize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • accessorise — (Brit.) v. provide with accessories; add fashion articles (such as hats, gloves, hats and purses) to perfect a garment (also accessorize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • accessorise — verb /əkˈsesəraɪz/ a) or To furnish with accessories. b) To wear, or to choose accessories …   Wiktionary

  • accessorise — ac|ces|so|rise [ ək sesə,raız ] a British spelling of accessorize …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • accessorise — UK [əkˈsesəraɪz] / US [əkˈsesəˌraɪz] accessorize …   English dictionary

  • accessorise — /əkˈsɛsəraɪz/ (say uhk sesuhruyz) verb (t) (accessorised, accessorising) to furnish with accessories. Also, accessorize …   Australian English dictionary

  • accessorise — accessˈorize or accessˈorise transitive verb To add accessories to • • • Main Entry: ↑access …   Useful english dictionary

  • accessorised — accessorise (Brit.) v. provide with accessories; add fashion articles (such as hats, gloves, hats and purses) to perfect a garment (also accessorize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • accessorises — accessorise (Brit.) v. provide with accessories; add fashion articles (such as hats, gloves, hats and purses) to perfect a garment (also accessorize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • accessorising — accessorise (Brit.) v. provide with accessories; add fashion articles (such as hats, gloves, hats and purses) to perfect a garment (also accessorize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • accessorize — [[t]ækse̱səraɪz[/t]] accessorizes, accessorizing, accessorized VERB To accessorize something such as a set of furniture or clothing means to add other things to it in order to make it look more attractive. [V n] Adding extra fabrics and linens is …   English dictionary

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