Most Accessory

Pronunciation of Most Accessory
/mˈə͡ʊst ɐksˈɛsəɹˌi/, /mˈə‍ʊst ɐksˈɛsəɹˌi/, /m_ˈəʊ_s_t ɐ_k_s_ˈɛ_s_ə_ɹ_ˌi/

Synonyms for most accessory:

ancillary (adjective)

accessory, accompanying, additional, adjuvant, appurtenant, attendant, attending, coincident, collateral, concomitant, contributory, incident, satellite, secondary, subordinate, subservient, subsidary.

attendant (adjective)

ancillary, associated, consequent.

auxiliary (adjective)

backup, complementary, extra, reserve, spare, subsidiary, supporting, Abetting.

collateral (adjective)

added, adjunctive, auxiliary, circuitous, concurrent, confirmatory, coordinate, corresponding, corroborative, dependent, lateral, parallel, related, roundabout, side, sub, tributary, under, not lineal.

concomitant (adjective)

agreeing, associative, belonging, coefficient, coetaneous, coeval, coexistent, coincidental, concordant, conjoined, connected, contemporaneous, contemporary, corollary, coterminous, fellow, in time, synchronal, synchronous, synergetic, synergistic, Isochronal, Isochronous, joint, associated with, coupled with, conjoined with, in tempo.

conducive (adjective)

contributive, helpful, leading, promotive, tending, useful, calculated to produce, productive of.

minor (adjective)

casual, dinky, inconsequential, inconsiderable, inferior, junior, lesser, light, low, minus, negligible, paltry, petty, piddling, second-string, slight, small-time, smaller, tacky, trifling, trivial, unimportant, younger, bush-league, two-bit, below the mark, small-fry.

ornamental (adjective)

attractive, beautiful, delicate, dressy, elaborate, exquisite, fancy, florid, heightening, luxurious, ornate, showy, Adorning, Beautifying, Decking, Decorating, Embellishing, Enhancing, Festooned, Furbishing, Garnishing, for show, setting off.

partisan (adjective)

biased, bigoted, blind, cliquish, colored, conspiratorial, denominational, devoted, diehard, exclusive, fanatic, jaundiced, one-sided, overzealous, partial, prejudiced, sectarian, sympathetic, tendentious, unjust, unreasoning, warped, zealous, Adhering, Prepossessed.

secondary (adjective)

alternate, consequential, contingent, insignificant, lower, minor, relief, second, second-rate, small, subject, Substract, minor-league.

subordinate (adjective)

subaltern, submissive, subnormal, unequal, Subalternate, below par, second-fiddle, underaverage, baser.

subservient (adjective)

conducive, flunky, instrumental, serviceable, supplemental, supplementary.

subsidiary (adjective)

assistant, branch, cooperative, Aiding, Assisting, tributory.

tributary (adjective)

feeding, shoot.

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