verb (used without object), ac·crued, ac·cru·ing.
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Players on teams with first-round byes have no chance to accrue points during the opening weekend, but they tend to have the best players and the best Super Bowl odds, so don’t be shy about drafting them early.
Double XP tokens accrued in “Warzone” before the merger now can’t be used in “Warzone.”Call of Duty’s merged world has everything a player could want. Except logic.|Mike Hume|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
However, as data has accrued, the Gaia scientists have found it easier to separate the fake parallax from the real.Astronomers Get Their Wish, and a Cosmic Crisis Gets Worse|Natalie Wolchover|December 17, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Its benefits accrue not only to patients, they argue, but to doctors and nurses as well.
Overdraft policies vary by bank but the typical fee is $35, and a customer can accrue additional penalties multiple times a day, CRL reported.JPMorgan Chase Bank Wrongly Charged 170,000 Customers Overdraft Fees. Federal Regulators Refused to Penalize It.|by Patrick Rucker, The Capitol Forum|December 14, 2020|ProPublica
It's now routine for people to graduate with $200K and even $300K of educational debt, at plus 7% interest, accruing daily.
Meanwhile Lord Kitchener was doing his best to deal with the accruing winter discontent.A Handbook of the Boer War|Gale and Polden, Limited
Money left by deceased prisoners, or accruing from the sale of their effects, will be placed in the Prison Fund.Martyria|Augustus C. Hamlin
He was satisfied, that, by a direct tax now, money enough could not be collected to pay the accruing interest.The Life Of Abraham Lincoln|Ward H. Lamon
Such and such moneys, accruing, were to be applied to making fit marriages for the daughters of the line.1492|Mary Johnston
Loans that run for years thus offset annually (in their accruing interest) a portion of the exports of the debtor country.The Principles of Economics|Frank A. Fetter