Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of accruement.

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Examples

  • His office, with three secretaries, is outfitted with computers, fax machines and other modern office accruements not always found in Prato.

    Greed, religious intolerance, misunderstood enemies: How Rome Fell

  • Your mother's fortune is all yours, with its legitimate accruements, and it was left at your own disposal after your twenty-first birthday.

    The Man Between: An International Romance

  • Last Will and have user of the accruements thereto calculated at the rate of ten per centum per annum which amount he shall under no circumstances be required to replace.

    The Lady of the Shroud

  • Your mother's fortune is all yours, with its legitimate accruements, and it was left at your own disposal after your twenty-first birthday.

    The Man Between, an International Romance

  • I, too, find myself with material accruements, but I do not ever share or bring them up on first, or second, meeting which I think you do.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • In fact, we do well to remember that even in the West, notions over what accruements democracy must have remains in flux and have changed over time.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • In fact, we do well to remember that even in the West, notions over what accruements democracy must have remains in flux and have changed over time.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • In fact, we do well to remember that even in the West, notions over what accruements democracy must have remains in flux and have changed over time.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • Old economy accruements such as manufacturing plants are now seen as albatrosses.

    WNYMedia

  • Tts the belief that we are not pretty enough, beautiful enough as we are that has us seek out and invest in the accruements to affect illusion and thereby gain access to the world pretty much in the hands of men.

    Aish.com

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