Definition of Accruement

1. Noun. The act of accumulating.

Exact synonyms: Accrual, Accumulation
Generic synonyms: Increase, Step-up
Specialized synonyms: Buildup
Derivative terms: Accrue, Accrue, Accrue, Accumulate, Accumulate



Definition of Accruement

1. Noun. The act of accruing. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Accruement

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Accruement

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accroaching
accroachment
accroachments
accrochage
accroides
accroides gum
accroides resin
accruable
accrual
accrual basis
accrual bond
accruals
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accrued
accruement (current term)
accruements
accruer
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accrument
accruments
acct
accts
accubation
acculturate
acculturated
acculturates
acculturating
acculturation

Literary usage of Accruement

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1. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by David Shephard Garland, John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie (1889)
"... as to the accruement, unless he can show that the assets were insufficient to discharge the debt immediately.8 The principle is further illustrated in ..."

2. Transactions by Ohio State Dental Society, American Ethnological Society, North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers (1856)
"... of such a nature as would, for a given number of years, secure the accruement of the funds necessary to give prosperity to the institution, ..."

3. The Scientific Monthly by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1915)
"The accruement of technical improvements in particularly the great chemical industry is primarily dependent upon systematic industrial research, ..."

4. Federal Income Tax, War-profits and Excess-profits Taxes: Including Stamp by George Edwin Holmes (1920)
"... the 1909 Law led Mr. Justice Pitney to remark that that law "looked to the time of realization rather than to the period of accruement" of the income. ..."

5. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"Thirdly, This doing things,' all things for himself,' cannot intend an addition or accruement thereby of any new real good ..."

6. Business Education and Accountancy by Charles Waldo Haskins (1904)
"... (8) accruement of revenues on the General Books of the City, where they will always be evident as obligations due the city until paid; (9) approval of ..."

7. Cases on Taxation by Joseph Henry Beale (1922)
"... looks to the time of realization rather than to the period of accruement, except as the taking effect of the act on a specified date (Jan. ..."

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