verb (used without object), ac·cret·ed, ac·cret·ing.
verb (used with object), ac·cret·ed, ac·cret·ing.
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No one has ever applied a single decent piece of cost-to-benefit analysis to any of this stuff, and they just accrete over time.
It will leave the ACA intact, as is, to accrete interest group support until reform becomes all-but-impossible.
And as I continued to do this these fantasias began to accrete more and more about the figure of Derwent Rose.The Tower of Oblivion|Oliver Onions