The Correct spelling is: accessories
Common misspellings of the word accessories are:
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n., pl. -ries.
- A subordinate or supplementary item; an adjunct.
- Something nonessential but desirable that contributes to an effect or result. See synonyms at appendage.
- One who incites, aids, or abets a lawbreaker in the commission of a crime but is not present at the time of the crime. Also called accessory before the fact.
- One who aids a criminal after the commission of a crime, but was not present at the time of the crime. Also called accessory after the fact.
- Having a secondary, supplementary, or subordinate function.
- Law. Serving to aid or abet a lawbreaker, either before or after the commission of the crime, without being present at the time the crime was committed.
[Middle English accessorie, from Medieval Latin accessÅrius, from accessor, helper, from Latin accessus, approach. See access.]accessorial ac'cesÂ·so'riÂ·al (-sÉ™-sÃ´r'Ä“-É™l, -sÅr-) adj.
accessorily acÂ·ces'soÂ·riÂ·ly adv.
accessoriness acÂ·ces'soÂ·riÂ·ness n.
USAGE NOTE Although the pronunciation (É™-sÄ•s'É™-rÄ“), with no (k) sound in the first syllable, is commonly heard, it is not accepted by a majority of the Usage Panel. In a recent survey, 87 percent of the Panelists disapproved of it. The 13 percent that accepted the pronunciation were divided on usage: more than half accepted the (k)-less pronunciation for all senses. A few approved of it only in fashion contexts, and a few others approved of it only in legal contexts.