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  1. accrueverb


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  1. accrueverb

    grow by addition

    "The interest accrues"


  2. accrue, fallverb

    come into the possession of

    "The house accrued to the oldest son"

    shine, go down, diminish, strike, devolve, flow, precipitate, settle, lessen, come down, pass, descend, come, return, light, fall, hang, decrease, fall down

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  1. accrueverb

    result, proceed, come, arise, issue, follow, flow, ensue, be added, be derived, be gained, be got, come in

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  1. The HRW report:

    Lebanon's main political parties, including Hezbollah, the Free Patriotic Movement, the Future Movement, the Lebanese Forces, the Amal Movement, and others, have benefited from the port's ambiguous status and poor governance and accountability structures, political parties have installed loyalists in prominent positions in the port, often positioning them to accrue wealth, siphon off state revenues, smuggle goods, and evade taxes in ways that benefit them or people connected to them.

  2. Anthony Fauci:

    We're going to keep going until we get there. We may just need to accrue more volunteers than [ 30,000 ].

  3. James Bullard:

    You can hit the pause button on the U.S. economy, but if you try to keep it on pause for too long, too many other problems will start to accrue and you'll start to get lots of bankruptcies and lots of business failures.

  4. Roger Brown:

    Those candidates on that waiting list then, while that program is inactive, are not eligible to receive any organ offers ... but those patients continue to accrue waiting time, they do not lose their place in line.

  5. Scott Kennedy:

    I think people would read it for what it is - wanting to make sure that whatever access is given to foreign companies, the benefits still accrue to domestic companies.

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