Accosted, (fr. accosté): 1. a term used when charges are placed on each side of another charge, as, a pale accosted by six mullets; though English heralds would generally say, between six mullets pallet-wise. 2. Applied to two beasts walking or running side by side. Unless they are accosted passant counter-passant the more distant should be a little in advance of the other.
Azure, a chevron between six rams accosted, counter trippant, 2, 2, and 2 argent, attired or--HARMAN, Suffolk.