- Supported on both edges by various other costs; additionally, alongside
- Supported on both sides by other charges; in addition, alongside.
- Simple past tight and previous participle of accost.
- In heraldry: added to either or on each side of a principal fee: since, a bend accosted by two bendlets. Applied side-by-side, as two beasts, whether dealing with in identical direction or not.
Sentence for "accosted"
- Chamberlain accosted the old woman, saying,…
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