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Example sentences for "accrue"

Lexicographically close words:
accredited; accrediting; accredits; accretion; accretions; accrued; accrues; accruing; accueil; accumulate
  1. The benefits that accrue from the practice of rotation are well illustrated in the results obtained from the investigations at Rothamsted into the simple four-course system, which may fairly be regarded as a self-supporting system.

  2. He said that ``the voluntary system of arrangement would do all the good that was expected to accrue from the allotment system.

  3. Certain minds had long suspected the advairages which would accrue from the unrestricted application of algebra to geometry, but it was not until the advent of the philosopher Rene Descartes that the co-ordination was effected.

  4. It is then we shall be enabled fully to comprehend not only the advantages which accrue at the present time to the sons of men by the fall of their first parent, but the infinitely greater advantages which they may reap from it in eternity.

  5. For it cannot be denied that when any religion becomes popular there are multitudes of insincere men who will outwardly accept it, and give it lip-service in return for the advantages that accrue to them socially, financially or politically.

  6. But neither ease of denial nor the seeming advantages to accrue from it moved him; against it all he was supported by the consciousness of having told the truth.

  7. I have often pleased my self with considering the two kinds of Benefits which accrue to the Publick from these my Speculations, and which, were I to speak after the manner of Logicians, I would distinguish into the Material and the Formal.

  8. What ultimate advantage will accrue to Italy from the doings of her emissaries, in November 1918, on the isle of Rab?

  9. Considerable benefit would accrue to the user of a portable lamp by the employment of rain water filtered, if necessary, through fabric or paper.

  10. The advantages that accrue to acetylene from its mode of production, and the nature of the raw material from which it is obtained, are in reality of more importance.

  11. Later, when there is an exchange between workers and capitalists as buyers and sellers of commodities respectively, this money will change hands and accrue to the state as taxes.

  12. The other 1,000 accrue to them year by year out of the realisation of one-third of their own products.

  13. But they chase away from them the delights that accrue from the mathematics also.

  14. But there is another benefit not inferior to the former, which does usually accrue to those that sup with Plato, namely, the recollection of those points that were debated at the table.

  15. The following twelve rules for an Athletic Contest under Transitory System are quoted as exemplifying the benefits which accrue to Individuality.

  16. I think many farmers will be agreeably surprised by the additional yield which will accrue from this treatment of their soil.

  17. The king not discovering any advantage as likely to accrue to himself, remained silent: on this the Jew offers him sixty marks, on condition that he would restore his son to Judaism.

  18. Once he asked if any estimate could now be made of what portion would accrue to his family from the publication.

  19. Upon his return he was to take up temporary residence in the Clemens household until the book was finished, after which large benefits were to accrue to everybody concerned.

  20. He expatiated on the national advantages that would accrue from a reduction of interest.

  21. The benefits that would accrue to the constitution from the establishment of triennial parliaments were very well understood, as these points had been frequently discussed in former reigns.

  22. The directors of the bank represented to her majesty the prejudice that would undoubtedly accrue to public credit from a change of the ministry.

  23. Of the justice of his cause Humphrey was quite convinced, he was equally determined to assert his supposed rights, and he did not see that any advantage would accrue from these discussions.

  24. Indeed at one time Catherine had evinced a desire to marry Edmund Beaufort, Earl of Mortain, but Gloucester, fearing increased importance would accrue to the Beaufort party thereby, induced the Council to forbid it.

  25. It is difficult to perceive what advantages would accrue to the old States or the new from the system of distribution which this bill proposes, if it were otherwise unobjectionable.

  26. It speaks as if there was a mutuality of countries on the northwest coast to which the article was applicable, and a mutuality of benefits to accrue to the citizens of both governments by each occupying the country claimed by the other.

  27. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "accrue" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    accrue; accumulate; advance; appreciate; balloon; bloat; boom; breed; broaden; crescendo; develop; gain; grow; increase; intensify; mature; mount; multiply; rise; snowball; spread; strengthen; swell; wax; balloon; bloat; boom; breed; broaden; crescendo; develop; gain; grow; increase; intensify; mature; mount; multiply; rise; snowball; spread; strengthen; swell; wax