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Sentence count:133+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-09-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bring oncatchcontractSimilar words: curveoccurcurtaincurrentcuriousaccuratesecuritycurrencyMeaning: [ɪn'kɜr /-'kɜː]  v. 1. make oneself subject to; bring upon oneself; become liable to 2. receive a specified treatment (abstract). 
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1. If the council loses the appeal, it will incur all the legal costs.
2. Any costs that you incur will be reimbursed in full.
3. Contractors who fall behind schedule incur heavy financial penalties.
4. All cancellations incur a charge.
5. Please bill me for any expenses you incur.
6. Any expenses you may incur will be chargeable to the company.
7. She wondered what she'd done to incur his displeasure this time.
8. Who would dare incur our displeasure?
9. Courts not cancelled will incur a NO-SHOW additional charge.
10. This second loan will incur inflated interest charges.
11. Suggested approach An employer can incur tortious liability in respect of his employees in one of three ways.
12. Also payable are any expenses you incur with our written consent.
13. During the quarter, Verio began to incur costs associated with the previously announced expansion of its hosting operations.
14. The company expects to incur one-time expenses through mid-1999 associated with the integration of these businesses.
15. I recognise that practitioners will in some cases incur fruitless costs in the search for such a vital clue where none exists.
16. The company is expected to incur an unspecified restructuring charge during the next fiscal year, which will begin Feb. 1.
17. They must incur debt if they are to keep abreast.
18. You need to establish whether you would incur redemption penalties if you switched the mortgage elsewhere.
19. If you incur bank charges, some banks operate a slightly cheaper tariff for direct debits because they are more easily handled.
20. Nevertheless contracting does incur greater administrative costs in the form of new accounting and information systems and staff.
21. The force of that competition is indicated by the costs that firms incur and the fees that they charge clients.
22. To use live penguins, while adding an audible dimension, might incur the wrath of the animal rights lobby.
23. We have increased housing support grant so that all local authorities that incur a deficit in running a hostel will qualify for grant.
24. He will advise you on the inheritance tax your estate might incur and ways in which this may be reduced.
25. Note 6: We concluded in Note 4 that department Z will not incur further variable overhead costs.
26. You can not claim from your husband or wife any out of pocket expenses you may incur under the simplified procedure.
27. Scarcely any aspect of life in the countries where he passes his voluntary exile has failed to incur his pessimistic censure.
28. That person is then solely responsible for any debts the business may incur.
29. But if you own stocks, as opposed to funds, you yourself can decide when you want to incur those taxes.
30. The individual whose own income is going up has no real reason to incur the opprobrium of this discussion.
More similar words: curveoccurcurtaincurrentcuriousaccuratesecuritycurrencyaccuracycurrentlycuriositycurriculumaccuratelyblackcurrant
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