absent leave → according
Jack was AWOL from the school and got into a lot of trouble with his parents.
accidentally on purpose (done on purpose but pretend that it was an accident): Jack bumped into her accidentally on purpose.
According to all accounts, this film is the best one of the year.
It’s not according to Hoyle to hit a man when he’s down.
Act on this matter according to your own lights.
According to this map, we are near the river. According to Anna, it’s a great movie.
We’ll pay you according to the amount of work you do this time.
We are doing everything according to the rules so far.