accresce
accresce ac*cresce" ([a^]k*kr[e^]s"), v. i. [L. accrescere. See {Accrue}.] 1. To accrue. [R.] [1913 Webster]

2. To increase; to grow. [Obs.] --Gillespie. [1913 Webster]


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