Origin of incur
OTHER WORDS FROM incurin·cur·ra·ble, adjectivere·in·cur, verb (used with object), re·in·curred, re·in·cur·ring.
How to use incur in a sentence
“American Baby” tracks the unconscionable losses incurred by one woman and child.For a mother forced to give up her child, decades of grief, shame and secrets|Ellen McCarthy|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
A provincial leader recently asked local industries to “go all out to make up for the loss” incurred by the outbreak.The Environmental Challenges of China's Recovery After COVID-19|Yanzhong Huang|February 2, 2021|Time
Each Oklahoma hospital owned by the company was auctioned off by a bankruptcy trustee in charge of settling financial debts incurred under EmpowerHMS.How the CARES Act Forgot America’s Most Vulnerable Hospitals|by Brianna Bailey, The Frontier|January 26, 2021|ProPublica
In order to convert that stock to tangible assets, they would have to sell it, which could potentially crater the stock’s value on top of incurring tax obligations.World’s richest men added billions to their fortunes last year as others struggled|Christopher Ingraham|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
To mitigate this, local governments often offer tax breaks to developers, letting them avoid the increased expense they’ll incur for building something new.These Cities Tried to Tackle Disinvestment. Here Are Lessons From What Happened.|by Haru Coryne and Tony Briscoe|December 30, 2020|ProPublica
The immense strategic cost this incurs to the U.S. does not seem to interest them in the least.
More importantly, Obama has shown that he can take on Netanyahu and inflict more political damage than he incurs.
When the bill of sale is executed the purchaser becomes entitled to all the benefits of ownership, and incurs all the liabilities.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman|Albert Sidney Bolles
“Nor can you be surprised if a poacher is caught, that he incurs the penalty,” replied the Roundhead.The Children of the New Forest|Captain Marryat
Sin not only incurs present misery, but has opened the gates of despair, and kindled inextinguishable flames.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II|Francis Augustus Cox
When two people marry without love, they must run all the risk such a union usually incurs.Jolly Sally Pendleton|Laura Jean Libbey
A man incurs about as much risk of being struck by lightning as by accidental luck.How to Succeed|Orison Swett Marden