Definition of incurr
1. incur [ v ] make oneself subject to; bring upon oneself; become liable to
Examples: "People who smoke incur a great danger to their health"
(The Rev. John A. O'Brien, "Let's Take Birth Control...)
In 1920 , the Lambeth_Conference repeated its 1908 condemnation of contraception and issued `` an emphatic warning against the use of unnatural means for the avoidance of conception , together_with the grave dangers - physical , moral , and religious - thereby incurred , and against the evils which the extension of such use threaten the race '' .
(Legislation on Foreign Relations. Committee on Foreign...)
There shall be deducted from the amount of each payment made pursuant to subsection ( c ) of section 8 , as reimbursement for the expenses incurred by the United_States , an amount equal to 5 per_centum of such payment .
(Your Federal Income Tax. 1962 Edition (Revised to...)
If the check is not good and the April 15 or other due_date deadline elapses , additions to the tax may be incurred .
They also deduct transportation expenses incurred in_connection_with the performance of services as employees even though they are not away from home .
If your employer reimburses you for expenses incurred , you deduct such expenses if they otherwise qualify .Synonyms incur Related Terms subject run incursion
2. incur [ v ] receive a specified treatment (abstract)
Examples: "These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation" "His movie received a good review" "I got nothing but trouble for my good intentions"
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