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accessible easily approachable, entered, or used. [3 definitions]
accession the act of coming into possession of an office, title, or the like. [5 definitions]
accessorize to provide (an automobile, an outfit of apparel, or the like) with accessories.
accessory a nonessential component used for beauty, added pleasure, or convenience. [4 definitions]
access time the amount of time needed for a computer to retrieve or store data.
accidence in grammar, the division of morphology that is concerned with inflections. [2 definitions]
accident unknown or unplanned causes of events; chance. [3 definitions]
accidental happening by chance; unexpected; unintended. [5 definitions]
accidentally without intention or planning.
accident-prone tending or likely to have more than the average number or rate of accidents.
acclaim to approve enthusiastically with or as if with loud applause or shouts. [4 definitions]
acclaimed highly praised.
acclamation enthusiastic applause; loud expression of approval. [2 definitions]
acclimate to become used to a new climate or situation. [2 definitions]
acclimatize to acclimate; adapt.
acclivity a rising slope. (Cf. declivity.)
accolade an expression or mark of approval; honor; award.
accommodate to have room for. [6 definitions]
accommodating willing to help or please; obliging.
accommodation the act or process of accommodating. [6 definitions]
accompaniment part of a musical composition that is intended to support more central parts. [2 definitions]