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v. ac·ces·sor·ized, ac·ces·sor·iz·ing, ac·ces·sor·iz·es
To furnish with accessories: accessorized my outfit with a matching watch.
To wear or select accessories: accessorizes according to the latest fashions.
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(Clothing & Fashion) (tr) to add accessories to: accessorize a plain jacket with feminine jewellery.
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v. -rized, -riz•ing. v.t.
1. to fit or equip with accessories.v.i.
2. to choose or wear accessories.
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Past participle: accessorized
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verb add to, decorate, supplement, complement, adorn, ornament, augment, embellish Adding extra fabrics is an easy way to accessorize your bedroom.
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accessorize[ækˈsɛsəraɪz] vt [+ clothes, furniture] → accessoiriser
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