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Example Sentences for "incur"

You will be liable for any debts incurred if you sign this agreementMy boss has furnished me with a generous budget to cover any costs I incur while on business out of town.

You will be liable for any debts incurred if you sign this agreement.

You can expect to incur a fair amount of debt the first year you're in business, but hopefully, after that the money will start to come in.

He incurred the anger of his boss by constantly disagreeing with him during their weekly staff meetings.

The damage to the vehicle was incurred in a collision involving a cyclist.

He had incurred over $300,000 in gambling debts at the time of his suicide.

The Mexican President's remarks have incurred the anger of the American leader.

In January, 2000, legislation passed in Togo stated that any insult to the head of state which is published in the media could incur up to six months' imprisonment and a fine of more than $3,000.

By the time he graduated from university, Sean had incurred debts of over $50,000 in student loans.

The debts we incurred in our first year of business took two years to pay off.

A local man has died as a result of injuries incurred in a motorcycle accident.

Jason incurred over $120,000 in student loans while studying medicine.

A Senegalese proverb suggests that three kinds of people die poor: those who divorce, those who incur debts, and those who move around too much.

Plautus once suggested that there are occasions when it is undoubtedly better to incur loss than to make gain.

We didn't want to incur a penalty, so we were very careful to return the books on time.


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