accession

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Synonyms for accession

accession to: succession to

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  • succession to
  • attainment of
  • inheritance of
  • elevation to
  • taking up of
  • assumption of
  • taking over of
  • taking on of

accession to: joining

Synonyms for accession

something tending to augment something else

Synonyms for accession

a process of increasing by addition (as to a collection or group)

(civil law) the right to all of that which your property produces whether by growth or improvement

something added to what you already have

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agreeing with or consenting to (often unwillingly)

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the right to enter

the act of attaining or gaining access to a new office or right or position (especially the throne)

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make a record of additions to a collection, such as a library

References in classic literature ?
Bring in, gracefully, that he sang the song of Simeon at the accession of Charles X.
He takes this apparently miraculous accession of strength at its face value.
In 1842, that is, after the interval of seven years, they mustered only fifty-four individuals; and, while each family of the interior of New South Wales, uncontaminated by contact with the whites, swarms with children, those of Flinders' Island had during eight years an accession of only fourteen in number
Coming as it does in the year before the accession of Queen Elizabeth, at the end of the comparatively barren reigns of Edward and Mary, this book is taken by common consent as marking the beginning of the literature of the Elizabethan period.
This is a new accession indeed to the hard labour of forming the youthful mind at Limmeridge, and I heartily wish you well through it, Mr.
James Harthouse, with a discreet use of his blue coaching, came off triumphantly, though with a considerable accession of boredom.
The Accession of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as we all know, is one of the accessions for priority focus in 2013.
The Department of the Army inactivated the Army Accessions Command on 18 January 2012.
Bulgaria clearly hoped that joining the Schengen visa zone would mean a hat-trick after its previous accessions to Nato and the European Union; instead, the saga has proven to be an embarrassment for Sofia as critics of accession raise what are undoubtedly legitimate concerns.
Minister of Economy and Trade Lamia Assi discussed on Thursday with Director of Accessions Division at the World Trade Organization (WTO) Chiedu Osakwe the coordination mechanisms to facilitate Syria's accession to WTO after it gained the approval last May.
Fayssal Midkad discussed on Wednesday with Director of Accessions Divisions at the World Trade Organization (WTO) Chiedu Osakwe the tasks assigned to both sides following the approval of Syria's request for accession to the WTO.
This guide provides a detailed analysis of accessions and finds patterns where they exist, but also acknowledges that each situation is unique.
The command is responsible for the initial accessions training of approximately 2,000 Sailors each year.
In contrast to the current transfer tax or a tax on appreciation at death, which are both assessed on the decedent's estate (the transferor), both a comprehensive income tax and an accessions tax would tax the recipient (transferee) on gifts and bequests received.