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Synonyms Dictionary

2. coexist with, occur with, come with; belong to, be an appendage of, be an adjunct to, be an annex to, be part of.
3. associate, affiliate, syndicate, combine, unite, ally, marry, wed; join, link, connect, attach, couple, mate, partner, match, twin, pair up.
4. (all of music)

back up, provide the background for, play piano orguitar for, harmonize, sing harmony to, chime in, Jazz.

comp.

accompanying, adj.accessory, attendant, complementary, concomitant, concurrent, associate, fellow; related, connected, joint; subsidiary, subordinate, background; supplementary, supplemental, ancillary, auxiliary, added, additional, extra, appended, attached, annexed.

accomplice, n.accessory or Chiefly Law.

accessary, Law.accessory before orafter the fact, Law.principal, partner in crime, SI.gun moll ormoll, Law.parti-ceps criminis, socius criminis; confederate, abettor, aider, collaborator, cooperator, contributor, cohort, conspirator, fellow conspirator, conspirer, conniver, participant, participator; ally, partner, comrade, colleague, associate, consociate, socius, yokefellow or yokemate, helpmate, helpmeet, Obs.helpfellow, coworker, co-aid, co-partner, consort, confrere, sidekick, friend, Chiefly Brit,

mate; helper, aid or aide, attendant, acolyte, deputy, subsidiary, auxiliary, ancilla, second, henchman, right hand, right-hand man, recruit, tool, SI.stooge, SI.gofer.

accomplish, v. 1. perform, do, execute, discharge, carry out, fulfill, realize; succeed in, manage, bring off, SI.pull off, Inf.put over, U.S. SI.

swing, U.S. SI.

cut, U.S. SI.

hack; engineer, negotiate, work out; bring about, make happen, effect, effectuate; produce, turn out, achieve, attain; arrive at, compass, reach, gain, win.
2. finish, complete, carry through; dispose of,
SI. knock off, SI.polish off, expedite, dispatch; conclude, close, wind up, clinch, clench, seal; perfect, crown, top, cap, put the last orfinishing touch to, consummate; end, put an end to, terminate.

accomplished, adj.1. completed, effected, done, finished, ended, terminated; concluded, closed, clinched, sealed; established, consummated, fulfilled, realized, come true; achieved, attained, arrived at.
2. perfected, expert, proficient, adept, skillful, skilled; masterful, masterly, veteran, professional,
Fr. au fait; topflight, top drawer, first-rate, exceptional, Inf.top-notch, ace, Inf.crack, SI.crackerjack, SI.on the ball, Inf.whiz-bang, Brit. SI.

whizzo.
3. talented, gifted, endowed, apt, clever; dextrous, adroit, deft, facile, ambidextrous, handy, neat,
Brit. Dial,

feat; good, finished, polished, practiced; experienced, ripe, mature; capable, able, competent, up to the mark, efficient, adequate, sufficient, qualified, trained.
4.
cultured, refined, cultivated, polished, finished; genteel, well-bred, thoroughbred; elegant, graceful, fine, polite; urbane, suave, sophisticated, cosmopolitan; fashionable, stylish, high-class, SI.classy.
5. learned,
Archaic, studied, versed, knowledgeable; educated, lettered, intellectual, scholarly, erudite; well-educated, well-informed, well-read, literary.

accomplishment, n.1. fulfillment, realization, success, attainment, acquirement; completion, finishing, conclusion, closing; perfection, consummation, crowning, capping, topping; end, termination.

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