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accosts

verb , present tense third-person singular of accost

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to approach and speak to (someone) often in an angry, aggressive, or unwanted way
  • He was accosted by peddlers selling touristy trinkets on the street.
  • She was so famous that people would accost her on the street and ask for an autograph.
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