affeithiwr, affeithwyr, cyfwisg, cyfwisgoedd, chyfwisg, chyfwisgoedd, gyfwisg, gyfwisgoedd, nghyfwisg, nghyfwisgoedd, haffeithiwr, haffeithwyr
Noun(1) clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing(2) a supplementary component that improves capability(3) someone who helps another person commit a crime
Adjective(1) aiding and abetting in a crime(2) furnishing added support
(1) Has it been closed down, and its landlord charged with being an accessory to murder?(2) Mesogastric, urogastric, cardiac, and intestinal lobes disposed in a longitudinal, continous band, flanked by accessory lobes.(3) How does an ordinary, obedient child of the 1950s and a beneficiary of the economic miracle of that era turn into a terrorist, an accessory to murder?(4) The 29-year-old Moroccan had been found guilty on more than 3,000 counts of being an accessory to murder and of being a member of a terrorist organisation.(5) Apart from hats, the must-have accessory was a designer handbag, with Louis Vuitton coming out in front of Gucci and Dior as the label to tote.(6) Cytokines are examples of these accessory signals.(7) Today had turned out to be a pretty uneventful day until I discovered a few minutes ago that I'm quite possibly an accessory to murder.(8) To determine the severity of dyspnea, carefully observe respiratory effort, use of accessory muscles, mental status, and ability to speak.(9) As a result the clan stalwart and laird was tried by a jury of Campbells and, not surprisingly, was convicted as an accessory to the murder.(10) Population genetic investigation of accessory gland protein genes has previously focused on D. melanogaster and D. simulans.(11) The lateral approach provides an excellent view of the splenic vessels, pancreas, and accessory spleens.(12) And if you want the comfort of typing with a full-size keyboard, you can easily add one as an optional accessory .(13) The male reproductive system contains four pairs of accessory glands, the most prominent of which are the tightly coiled spiral accessory glands.(14) The ability of DNA polymerases to replicate DNA requires a number of additional accessory proteins.(15) Addicted to heroin at 18, she has been in and out of jail since then, the first time for accessory to armed robbery to feed her habit.(16) B to have inflated inner accessory lobes and short posterior platforms in addition to the more typical forms.
1. additional ::
2. adjuvant ::
4. attachment ::
5. adornment ::
6. accomplice ::
7. accoutrement ::
9. appurtenance ::
Different Formsaccessories, accessorize, accessorizes, accessory
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