Or, even more embarrassingly, she did and opted to accost Aslan about his religion regardless of the claims in his book.
The dreamer tries to help, and fends off a man who is about to accost her with lecherous intentions.
He could wear a fair outside, and accost me in a pleasant voice, like you.'
He was not to accost her in the presence of any other person.
When the service was over, we were about to enter the carriage, when who should accost us but Harcourt.
He entered the room slowly, uncertain how to accost Mr. Danforth.
The troopers decided to accost the man from the outside exit, rather than subjecting the Cubs to possible gunfire.
After that the child was told how to accost the servants and the governess.
In the mean time the jeweller had entered; he remained respectfully at the door, and waited for the queen to accost him.
He desired Maurice to accost him, but no better result ensued.
1570s, from Middle French accoster "move up to," from Italian accostare or directly from Late Latin accostare "come up to the side," from Latin ad- "to" (see ad-) + costa "rib, side" (see coast (n.)). The original notion is of fleets of warships attacking an enemy's coast. Related: Accosted; accosting.