accrue[ uh-kroo ]SEE DEFINITION OF accrue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCRUE
Joro was a monarchist for sentimental reasons, not for the profits that might accrue to him.
And what glory to God, what advantage to men, could accrue from these apparitions?
To reveal his secret would be to destroy the prestige that must accrue to him from exercising it.
What benefit could accrue to him from a great political convulsion?
But I assume that such share of it as may accrue, will be—ha!
But we will not be responsible for any traumas which accrue.
Such a method of dissemination must accrue to the advantage of a species.
And what pleasure, or what confidence can accrue from preference so earned!'
What benefit will accrue to the Negro from the teaching of Negro history?
He positively believes in the benefits that accrue to those who are negative.