Synonyms for accrued
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : uh-kroo|
|Phonetic Transcription : əˈkru|
Définition of accruedOrigin :
- mid-15c., from Old French acreue "growth, increase, what has grown," fem. of acreu, past participle of acreistre (Modern French accroître) "to increase," from Latin accrescere (see accretion). Related: Accrued; accruing. Apparently a verb from a French noun because there is no English verb to go with it until much later, unless the record is defective.
- verb increase by addition or growth, often financial
- Here are children in abundance, and what benefit could have accrued to me from his purchasing Vernon?
- Extract from : « Lady Susan » by Jane Austen
- But David counted out his debt to her methodically, with the accrued interest.
- Extract from : « IT and Other Stories » by Gouverneur Morris
- What evils have accrued from want of consideration and foresight!
- Extract from : « Camilla » by Fanny Burney
- To the family of the Palassis much honour had accrued—not forgetting the Callahans.
- Extract from : « Old Judge Priest » by Irvin S. Cobb
- Certain expenses will have accrued which have not been paid.
- Extract from : « Cyclopedia of Commerce, Accountancy, Business Administration, v. 4 » by Various
- This accrued to them not from nature but from nurture, and was acquired in their bringing up.
- Extract from : « Health Through Will Power » by James J. Walsh
- Such are some of the great improvements which have accrued under English rule.
- Extract from : « The Pearl of India » by Maturin M. Ballou
- The 'acquiescence,' we may add, seems only to have accrued by the death of the litigants.
- Extract from : « Lord Chatham » by Archibald Phillip Primrose Rosebery
- And trouble postponed always has to be met with accrued interest.
- Extract from : « Old Gorgon Graham » by George Horace Lorimer
- They reflected something of the wealth that accrued from trade.
- Extract from : « Life in a Medival City » by Edwin Benson
Antonyms for accrued
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