Accost conjugation

English
36 examples
This verb can also mean the following: assault, join, fuller, join side to side, lie alongside, border, address, request, greet, chapter xviii, speak to first, solicit sexually, approach, come up to, do, hence, sail along the coast, solicit, adjoin, approach and speak to boldly, speak, side of

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
accost
accost
accosts
accost
accost
accost
Future Simple
will accost
will accost
will accost
will accost
will accost
will accost
Past Simple
accosted
accosted
accosted
accosted
accosted
accosted
Conditional Simple
would accost
would accost
would accost
would accost
would accost
would accost
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am accosting
are accosting
is accosting
are accosting
are accosting
are accosting
Future Progressive
will be accosting
will be accosting
will be accosting
will be accosting
will be accosting
will be accosting
Past Progressive
was accosting
were accosting
was accosting
were accosting
were accosting
were accosting
Conditional Progressive
would be accosting
would be accosting
would be accosting
would be accosting
would be accosting
would be accosting
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have accosted
have accosted
has accosted
have accosted
have accosted
have accosted
Future Perfect
will have accosted
will have accosted
will have accosted
will have accosted
will have accosted
will have accosted
Past Perfect
had accosted
had accosted
had accosted
had accosted
had accosted
had accosted
Conditional Perfect
would have accosted
would have accosted
would have accosted
would have accosted
would have accosted
would have accosted
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been accosting
have been accosting
has been accosting
have been accosting
have been accosting
have been accosting
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been accosting
will have been accosting
will have been accosting
will have been accosting
will have been accosting
will have been accosting
Past Perfect Progressive
had been accosting
had been accosting
had been accosting
had been accosting
had been accosting
had been accosting
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been accosting
would have been accosting
would have been accosting
would have been accosting
would have been accosting
would have been accosting

Examples of accost

Example in English
For what? For looking after me. It's so good to know that if I ever stray from the rational plane, you will be there to accost me.
I'm going slowly, wait, now I accost.
Then why did she accost you?
About those who could accost me before you, as you.
After she returns from vacation, you will accost her and have a conversation with her!
For what? For looking after me. It's so good to know that if I ever stray from the rational plane, you will be there to accost me.
I'm going slowly, wait, now I accost.
Then why did she accost you?
About those who could accost me before you, as you.
After she returns from vacation, you will accost her and have a conversation with her!
He accosts me in your presence!
We were coming out of the museum... this was three days ago... when out of nowhere, this woman accosts her.
Yesterday his wife accosts me, and now you.
He accosts me in your presence!
We were coming out of the museum... this was three days ago... when out of nowhere, this woman accosts her.
Yesterday his wife accosts me, and now you.
...upon returning to her car was accosted by above-described suspect in a ski mask, who then produced a knife and stated that he would cut her if she did not drive away from the mall."
The night before, he had been accosted "with a razor blade by another artist friend of his "by the name of Van Gogh.
But the she-bear, thus accosted," rends the peasant tooth and nail, "for the female of the species is more deadly than the male."
And although everything about her and everything she said was in perfect accord with her given character, I am now convinced that the Mademoiselle Sainsbury Seale whom we have met and the Mademoiselle Sainsbury Seale who accosted you, Monsieur Blunt...
And last night... last night, right here on Main Street, I was accosted by three painted women!
By accosting Antoinette?
I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you, but we can't have a member of our staff accosting students on campus.
Major Houlihan has gone to Colonel Potter... to accuse me of accosting her.
What is your purpose in accosting us? - Madam.
Are you accosting me?
...upon returning to her car was accosted by above-described suspect in a ski mask, who then produced a knife and stated that he would cut her if she did not drive away from the mall."
The night before, he had been accosted "with a razor blade by another artist friend of his "by the name of Van Gogh.
But the she-bear, thus accosted," rends the peasant tooth and nail, "for the female of the species is more deadly than the male."
And although everything about her and everything she said was in perfect accord with her given character, I am now convinced that the Mademoiselle Sainsbury Seale whom we have met and the Mademoiselle Sainsbury Seale who accosted you, Monsieur Blunt...
And last night... last night, right here on Main Street, I was accosted by three painted women!
By accosting Antoinette?
I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you, but we can't have a member of our staff accosting students on campus.
Major Houlihan has gone to Colonel Potter... to accuse me of accosting her.
What is your purpose in accosting us? - Madam.
Are you accosting me?

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