incur[ in-kur ]SEE DEFINITION OF incur
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCUR
Now I have seen your lady, I no longer wonder that you incur so great a risk.
No, no, he would not drink; he would not incur the fearful risk of resurrection.
Those who incur the wrath of the god are apt to have strange visitations in their homes.
One can't let your child die, so one must incur the necessary expenses.
To incur debts, trusting to luck to pay back, is bad policy.
No person, even in the direst straits, is anxious to incur a violent death.
I was to supply all the funds for present expenses; Mr. Trover to incur all the perils.
To take it to Mademoiselle would be to incur the risk of her suspecting she had read it.
I want to pay my old debts, not incur new ones, my dear Miss Graham.
Yet, though bound to make the best of other men's shams, let us not incur any of our own.