verb (used with object), in·curred, in·cur·ring.
Origin of incur
Related formsin·cur·ra·ble, adjectivere·in·cur, verb (used with object), re·in·curred, re·in·cur·ring.self-in·curred, adjective
Examples from the Web for incurred
Winners are solely responsible for any and all federal, state, and local taxes and/or fees that may be incurred.
Winners will be solely responsible for any and all local, state, and federal taxes, and/or fees that may be incurred.
Just last week, you will recall, Harry was saying how much he hated social media because of the invasion of privacy it incurred.
The coroner says the death was caused by the injuries he incurred from the fall.Denver Teen Fell From a Balcony After Eating a Marijuana Cookie, but Don’t Blame the Drug|Valerie Vande Panne|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Murphy also mentioned constant soreness in his hands, which incurred a total of four gunshot wounds.15 Rounds and Still Talking: Lt. Brian Murphy’s Story of the Oak Creek Massacre|Simran Jeet Singh|August 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Her attention had never been called before to the danger she had incurred while at school.Sex in Education|Edward H. Clarke
The Poles, seeing the danger they had incurred, rallied, and once again war broke out with Russia.The Story of Russia|R. Van Bergen, M.A.
I have seen a bill for dress and lingerie alone, incurred at one shop, for $35,000 in twelve months.The Intelligence of Woman|W. L. George
In all confidence he hied him to Delmonico's, at which famous restaurant he had incurred a large share of his social obligations.Last of the Great Scouts|Helen Cody Wetmore
But he had incurred the enmity of Sam Morton, the regular pitcher, and there were several clashes between them.Baseball Joe on the School Nine|Lester Chadwick