Accessory

another word for accomplice

accessory

(ak-ses´ә-re) supplementary or affording aid to another similar and generally more important thing.
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accessory

(BGG usage) Accessories are items that are used in games, but do not add rules or change game play. For example, a collection of upgraded components is an accessory. An accessory must be specific to a game to receive an entry. Accessories not specific to a game can be found in Miscellaneous Game Accessory, Miscellaneous Card Game Accessory, and Mis...
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accessory

(from the article `Fashions`) High-fashion magazines promoted lavish accessories, such as Louis Vuitton`s gold leather-trimmed $4,000 Trianon handbag and a Bottega Veneta `knot` ...
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accessory

[adj] - relating to something that is added but is not essential 2. [n] - someone who helps another person commit a crime 3. [n] - clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing 4. [n] - a supplementary component
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Accessory

• (a.) Accompanying as a subordinate; aiding in a secondary way; additional; connected as an incident or subordinate to a principal; contributing or contributory; said of persons and things, and, when of persons, usually in a bad sense; as, he was accessory to the riot; accessory sounds in music. • (n.) That which belongs to something els...
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accessory

accouterment noun clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing
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accessory

adjunct adjective furnishing added support; `an ancillary pump`; `an adjuvant discipline to forms of mysticism`; `The mind and emotions are auxiliary to each other`
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Accessory

[legal term] An accessory is a person who assists in the commission of a crime, but who does not actually participate in the commission of the crime as a joint principal. The distinction between an accessory and a principal is a question of fact and degree: ==Elements== In some jurisdictions, an accessory is distinguished from an accomplice...
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Accessory

Ac·ces'so·ry (#; 277) adjective [ Latin accessorius . See Access , and confer Accessary .] Accompanying as a subordinate; aiding in a secondary way; additional; connected as an incident or subordinate to a principal; contributing or contributory; said of persons and things, and, wh...
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Accessory

Ac·ces'so·ry noun ; plural Accessories 1. That which belongs to something else deemed the principal; something additional and subordinate. 'The aspect and accessories of a den of banditti.' Carlyle. 2. (Law) Same as Accessary ,
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Accessory

A mineral whose presence in a rock is not essential to the proper classification of the rock.
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accessory

accessory, in criminal law, a person who, though not present at the commission of a crime, becomes a participator in the crime either before or after the fact of commission. An accessory before the fact is one whose counsel or instigation leads another to commit a crime. An accessory after the fact ...
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Accessory

Accessory: Additional, extra, supplementary, subsidiary to the main thing. An accessory digestive organ is an organ that helps with digestion but is not part of the digestive tract. The accessory nerve is so-called because it receives an additional (accessory) root from the upper part of the spinal cord. An accessory placenta is an extra placenta s...
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accessory

adjective, Latin accessum = added, hence, supplementary.
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Accessory

An add-on to a computer; a peripheral like a mouse or a printer. Something not central to the computer's operation.
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accessory

any associated item which does not form part of a basic component
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accessory

device supplementing a main device or apparatus, but not forming part of it, that is needed for its operation or to confer on it specific characteristics
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accessory

element, group of elements or device associated with a measuring instrument in order to confer on it different specified characteristics
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Accessory

He who is not the chief actor in the perpetration of the offence, nor present at its performance, but is some way concerned therein, either before or after the fact committed.
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accessory

In anatomy, denoting certain muscles, nerves, glands, etc. That are auxiliary or supernumerary to some similar, generally more important thing. ... Synonym: accessorius. ... Origin: L. Accessorius, fr. Ac-cedo, pp. -cessus, to move toward ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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accessory

In law, a criminal accomplice who aids in the commission of a crime committed by someone else. An accomplice may be either `before the fact` ( ...
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accessory

In law, a criminal accomplice who aids in the commission of a crime committed by someone else. An accomplice may be either `before the fact` (assisting, ordering, or procuring another to commit a crime) or `after the fact` (giving assistance after the crime). An accomplice present when the crime is committed is an abettor
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accessory

in law, a person who becomes equally guilty in the crime of another by knowingly and voluntarily aiding the criminal prior to or after the crime. An ... [2 related articles]
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Accessory

In mineralogy, the term 'accessory' refers to a mineral that occurs in a rock in minute quantities, and does not affect the way the rock is named or classified.;
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