• Definition for "accost"
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accost definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To approach and speak to boldly or aggressively, much like a need or demand.
    • To solicit for intercourse.
    • to participate laterally; to edge; thus, to sail over the coast or part of.
    • To approach; to produce to.
    • To talk to very first; to deal with; to greet.
  • verb:
    • To approach and talk to boldly or aggressively, much like a need or demand.
    • to become listed on side to side; to edge; therefore, to sail over the shore or part of.
    • To approach; to come as much as.
    • To talk to very first; to address; to greet.
    • To adjoin; to lay along side.
    • To get intimately.
    • method with an offer of sexual favors
    • talk to some body
  • noun:
    • Address; greeting.
    • Address; greeting.
    • The work of accosting; target; salutation.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To adjoin; to lie along side.
  • others:
    • ahead side-by-side or face to face with; draw almost; method; comprise to.
    • To speak to; target.
    • To border on; adjoin.
    • To adjoin; be adjacent.
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