Antonyms for incurred

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But nevertheless he could not leave it behind since it was for this he had incurred his present peril.

The chagrin of his rival was to pay for all the inconvenience which he incurred himself.

Paris, however, was an ocean; it was there that he incurred the least risk of capture.

Whoever failed to answer my questions, in those days, incurred my forgiveness.

It startled him to discover that the thought that he had incurred her anger gave him concern.

If she did not answer, I should never know which had been incurred.

No military damage was done and only one military casualty was incurred.

The poor fellow who had incurred the mishap had been, at his insistence, acting for him.

My predicament was highly perilous; and all incurred by what?

We have, perhaps, incurred the very hazard we hoped to obviate.