Word of the Day
Incur (verb) — to bring upon oneself; to become subject to something as a result of your own actions (etymology: from Latin "incurrere" meaning "to run into")
Word in a Sentence: In the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods from Sandy Lender, The Master Rothahn incurs the wrath of the wizard Hrazon when He abuses Hrazon's ward with insane training methods one morning.
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