noun (plural accessories)
adjective (chiefly Law)
late Middle English: from medieval Latin accessorius 'additional thing', from Latin access- 'increased', from the verb accedere (see accede)
Spell accessory with a double c and a double s; the ending is -ory.
Make the plural of words that end in a consonant plus -y by changing the -y to -ies (as in berry/berries): (accessories).