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incur (verb), incurs; incurred; incurring
1. To receive or to acquire something that is typically unpleasant; such as, financial debt: Jason and Elva incurred a lot of damage to their house during the recent tornado.
2. To bring negative attention upon one's self as a result of bad behavior or actions: Tony incurred the anger of the history teacher when he was caught texting in class.
To acquire something that is undesirable.
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To run into or to meet a situation that is not wanted.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “incurs
To do something that causes oneself to get into a situation that is undesirable or unpleasant. (2)