ALL meanings of accosted

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  • noun accosted (heraldry) Supported on both sides by other charges; also, side by side. 1
  • adjective accosted (of animals) represented as side by side: two dolphins accosted. 1
  • verb with object accosted to confront boldly: The beggar accosted me for money. 1
  • verb with object accosted to approach, especially with a greeting, question, or remark. 1
  • verb with object accosted (of prostitutes, procurers, etc.) to solicit for sexual purposes. 1
  • noun accosted a greeting. 1
  • verb accosted simple past tense and past participle of accost. 0
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