Definition of accessorize in English:

accessorize

Line breaks: ac¦ces¦sor|ize
Pronunciation: /əkˈsɛsərʌɪz
 
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(also accessorise)

verb

[with object]
Decorate or augment (something, especially a garment) with a fashion accessory: sequinned catsuits were accessorized with cork-heeled shoes
More example sentences
  • And Gonsal is surprised how many crisp suits are accessorized with poorly maintained shoes.
  • Fashion plate Nicole Kidman has been known to accessorize her gorgeous gowns with glasses for reading at the awards podiums.
  • Her dark green dress is accessorized with a simple black velvet choker around her neck, black open-toe high heels, and a black hand bag.
Synonyms
complement, supplement, add to, augment; enhance, set off, show off; go with, suit; beautify, pretty (up), dress up, decorate, adorn, grace, ornament, embellish, trim, garnish, bedeck, deck (out), festoon
literary bedizen, furbelow

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