Third-person singular simple present indicative form of accrue.(verb)
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Use "accrues" in a sentence
"Also it is my opinion, that the first clause in relation to a papist's taking by descent, which is in no sort within the second clause, does extend to those who take by descent, though they be past the age of eighteen and a half at the time when their title accrues, so as to lay them under a temporary disability, (viz.) until they conform."
""You do that often enough and it kind of accrues," she says."
"And ask when the lender adds or "accrues" interest."