Third-person singular simple present indicative form of accession. (verb)
Examples of word accessions
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE is derived chiefly from the Saxon, Danish, Celtic, and Gothic; but in the progressive stages of its refinement, it has been greatly enriched by accessions from the Greek, Latin, French, Spanish,
Highlands, with accessions from the English garrisons, and besiege them there.
During Stuyvesant's administration, the colony received large accessions from the English in New England.
Frisic, or northern Dutch, and the Germanic, in all its recondite phases, with the ancient Gothic, and its cognates, taking in very wide accessions from the Latin, the Gallic, and other languages of southern
He found accessions from the Polish cities of Krakow and Poznan, the Polish consulate in Leipzig and a high school in the Dutch town of Enschede.
The actual or legal authority of Clovis could not receive any new accessions from the consular dignity.
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is thriving, with prospects for further Latin American accessions.
The Army National Guard reported 4,425 new accessions, which is 112 percent of its goal of
In numerous accessions, he has publicly supported Venezuelan president Hugo Chaves, and has also shown support for another dictator, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (He sent Ahmadinejad a signed number 10 jersey as a gift).
Prof. KLEE: This is where we really start with the wild accessions of tomato.