additional object; useful but not essential thing
He says excess but she says accessory
applaud; praise; greet with great approval; announce with great approval
The new drug has been acclaimed as the most important discoveries for years.
A Claim followed by acclaim (praise)
adjust to climate or environment; adapt
This year he has left for St Louis early to acclimatize himself.
Acc (according) to climate
sharp upslope of a hill; OP. declivity
His house is situated on steep acclivity.
A cliff activity
award of merit; strong praise and approval
Trophy is given as an accolade when a team wins a sport.
oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt; make enough space for
I know he will adjust in one room, he is very accommodating
A come date with me and accommodate on this chair
partner in crime
The gunman escaped on a motorcycle being ridden by an accomplice.
Aa come police! Said the accomplice
Family was in accord to by Honda accord
Family was in accord to by honda accord
approach and speak first to a person
A man accosted me in the street.
Accost to ask the cost
equip; N. accoutrement
Doctor has all accouterments for operation
A cutter was provided as accouter