Accretion is the slow, gradual process by which new things are added and something gets bigger.
If you acquiesce to something, you allow it to happen by doing what someone wants without putting up a struggle or voicing your own concerns.
When you are acquisitive, you are driven to pursue and own wealth and possessions—often in a greedy fashion.
When you accede to a demand or proposal, you agree to it, especially after first disagreeing with it.
Accoutrements are the things that you take with you when you travel or when you take part in a particular activity.
To accentuate something is to emphasize it or make it more noticeable.
When you acclimate yourself to a new situation or environment, you adapt and get used to it.
You accost a stranger when you move towards them and speak in an unpleasant or threatening way.
When you acclaim the deeds of someone, you praise them highly and approve of them enthusiastically.
When you give another an accolade, you show them great praise because you highly approve of or respect something that they have done.
When you accommodate the needs of another, you adapt or adjust to those needs to make things more convenient for that person.
When you are in accord with someone, you are in agreement or harmony with them.
When interest on money or personal benefits accrues, it gradually increases or builds up over time.
When items accumulate, they gather together or are collected.
An acquaintance is someone that you know, but not well enough to be considered a friend.
When you accompany another person, you go along with them as their friend or partner to do something, such as go for a walk.
If you accuse someone of doing something, such as a crime or other wrong activity, you say that she is at fault for doing it.
When you have access to something, you can get in, see it, or go through its entrance.
When you accomplish something, such as a difficult task or long project, you are able to complete it or be successful in doing it.
The accuracy of something, such as an answer to a problem or a measurement with a ruler, is how correct or close to the truth it actually is.
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