Accessary - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |əkˈsesəri|  American pronunciation of the word accessary
Brit.  |əkˈsesəri|  British pronunciation of the word accessary

noun

- someone who helps another person commit a crime (syn: accessory)

adjective

- aiding and abetting in a crime (syn: accessory)

Examples

fashion accessories such as scarves, handkerchiefs, bracelets, and rings

He is wanted as an accessory to murder.

...most phone services offer accessory features such as call-waiting...

But that he was an accessory to the crime no human being could doubt.

She was wearing a pastel green suit with white accessories.

Accessory passages may be added to either, or both, of the principal themes.

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