It's now routine for people to graduate with $200K and even $300K of educational debt, at plus 7% interest, accruing daily.
It is most desirable that these accruing demands should be met without resorting to new loans.
In his own pocket he dropped the 85 cents accruing to him by virtue of his chemical knowledge.
Attempts are constantly made both in the United States and England to take from woman the dower right now accruing to them.
To their thinking, women were occasionally very convenient as being the depositaries of some of the accruing wealth of the world.
Sixty penalties have been reckoned as accruing upon excommunication.
It does not appear that the accruing interest on this great debt was ever paid out of the revenues of the Empire.
The only credit I can claim as accruing to me is the glory of commanding troops so valorous.
During the first two or three years the accruing dividends were invested in fruit lands in Jamaica and everything went well.
Money left by deceased prisoners, or accruing from the sale of their effects, will be placed in the Prison Fund.
mid-15c., from Old French acreue "growth, increase, what has grown," fem. of acreu, past participle of acreistre (Modern French accroître) "to increase," from Latin accrescere (see accretion). Related: Accrued; accruing. Apparently a verb from a French noun because there is no English verb to go with it until much later, unless the record is defective.