accessorize

[ak-ses-uh-riz]
verb (used with object), accessorized, accessorizing.
1.
to fit or equip with accessories: to accessorize a car with special seat covers.
verb (used without object), accessorized, accessorizing.
2.
to choose or wear accessories: Well-dressed women accessorize according to the occasion.
3.
to be suitable for accessories: Some clothes accessorize more easily than others.
Also, especially British, accessorise.


Origin:
1935–39, Americanism; accessor(y) + -ize

accessorization, noun
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accessorize or accessorise (əkˈsɛsəˌraɪz)
 
vb
(tr) to add accessories to: accessorize a plain jacket with feminine jewellery
 
accessorise or accessorise
 
vb

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Example sentences
Accessorize with a suet feeder for maximum enjoyment.
Lighting- lighting fixtures can accessorize the exterior.
Do not accessorize with anything, particularly scarves, jewelry or handbags.
In addition, get some tips on how to accessorize and wear some of the current looks in fashion today.
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