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synonyms for incur

  • acquire
  • arouse
  • earn
  • obtain
  • provoke
  • catch
  • contract
  • draw
  • gain
  • get
  • induce
  • be subjected to
  • bring down on
  • expose oneself to
  • meet with
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antonyms for incur

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  • forfeit
  • lose
  • discourage
  • miss
  • misunderstand
  • pass
  • push
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How to use incur in a sentence

Keep in mind that if you’re on a losing streak, you can incur substantial losses.
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On top of using genetically engineered cells to diagnose, Goldhawk foresees that cells containing reporter genes could, for instance, eventually fight infections without using antibiotics and incurring the wrath of antibiotic resistance.
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“Some households that have incurred debt through high-interest credit cards or payday loans to keep up with rent can’t qualify for emergency rental assistance because they don’t have past due rent,” Srikrishnan writes.
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Some households that have incurred debt through high-interest credit cards or payday loans to keep up with rent can’t qualify for emergency rental assistance because they don’t have past due rent.
HOUSING COMMISSION HAS EVEN MORE RENTAL ASSISTANCE IT’S STRUGGLED TO DOLE OUTMAYA SRIKRISHNANAUGUST 6, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Though the federal government would have to incur $126 billion in costs at the outset to process new green card applications, the provisions would carry massive economic benefits.
DEMOCRATS ARE GOING IT ALONE ON IMMIGRATION REFORMNICOLE NAREAJULY 23, 2021VOX
Taboola’s approach has long incurred a lot of criticism for disseminating click-bait and other garbage links, and some might have an issue with the concept of a deeper move into e-commerce and selling merchandise along side that.
AFTER GOING PUBLIC VIA A SPAC, TABOOLA ACQUIRES E-COMMERCE MARKETING NETWORK CONNEXITY FOR $800MINGRID LUNDENJULY 23, 2021TECHCRUNCH
The costs incurred are typically paid by state or federal funding following an emergency declaration.
BILLIONAIRE GOP DONOR BANKROLLS NATIONAL GUARD BORDER DEPLOYMENTW.J. HENNIGANJUNE 30, 2021TIME
They can just scale up how many of these ads they serve up without incurring a lot more cost.
TAXING DIGITAL ADVERTISING COULD HELP BREAK UP BIG TECHMIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW INSIGHTSJUNE 14, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
“Until a design fix is implemented to restore the structural integrity of the building, Structural has been required to continue to incur additional costs,” the suit said.
D.C. HOMELESS PROVIDER AT CENTER OF LAWSUITS OVER TAXES, BUILDING’S STRUCTURAL INTEGRITYJUSTIN WM. MOYERJUNE 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In the state’s new proposed agreement, the school can stay open until June 2022 and the county can continue to claim federal funding for the “placing agency’s administrative costs” it incurs for the foster youth currently there.
SAN PASQUAL ACADEMY IS STILL FIGHTING FOR ITS LIFEKAYLA JIMENEZMAY 10, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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WORDS RELATED TO INCUR

  • allow
  • be able to
  • be disposed to
  • bear
  • have enough for
  • have the means for
  • incur
  • manage
  • spare
  • stand
  • support
  • sustain
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