[ UK /ɐkɹˈuːd/ ]
[ US /əˈkɹud/ ]
  1. periodically accumulated over time
    accrued leave
    accrued interest
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How To Use accrued In A Sentence

  • He claimed that the Chief of the USAR at the time, told him that he didn't need to re-enlist (he had only accrued two good years for retirement in the 4 years he was back on the books) and to keep singing for the troops. Heroes or Villains?
  • The interest accrued over the months.
  • We desperately need a budget process in which respected, nonpartisan experts have real standing to publicly evaluate budget numbers, with less focus on meeting immediate spending or deficits and greater focus on long-term accrued obligations. - News
  • Within this top 1%, the largest wealth gains accrued to people with household net worth over $50 million.
  • Private loans are generally "unsubsidized" which means, once you begin repaying the loan, you will owe any interest that accrued while you were in school, and any that accrues during the grace period or deferment. Consumer Action
  • Whatever benefits have already accrued to you, you'll be allowed to keep.
  • In these cultures no great harm can be seen to have accrued to the children.
  • While all customs duties accrued to the federal government, it received only about one-third of total sales tax revenue in 1985.
  • Every policy has a minimum guaranteed value made up of the sum assured plus the bonuses accrued to date.
  • When he turned around, they were divvying up the pile they'd accrued.
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