accessories[ ak-ses-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF accessories
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCESSORIES
The furniture and accessories of the altar in pre-Reformation times were numerous.
Are they not after all "accessories after the fact" and equally guilty?
Its accessories for the time being were even more than ordinarily unimpressive.
His 'accessories,' as the French would call them, are undeniable.
It is unmistakably his picture; and he dominates the accessories as much as he did in reality.
It is more likely that both these would incur liability as "accessories after the fact."
Strange if Paul were to be tried as principal and the other two as accessories.
And certainly some of its accessories must have been overlooked or forgotten altogether.
Auxiliary industries, accessories and raw materials have fallen back.
In any case, the accessories were more considerable than the play itself.