Synonyms for Accrue:

n.

bring, get together, gain, derive, accept, find, obtain, come by, get. amass, soar, collect, cumulate, agglomerate, go through the roof, garner, go up, hive, add to, gather, double, pile up, escalate, step up, roll up. accrue (noun)
fall.
increase (noun)
gather, collect.

v.

add (verb)
increment, attain, accumulate, sum, aggregate, annex, augment, total, add, tally, increase, acquire.
increase (verb)
broaden, advance, magnify, boost, burgeon, upgrade, extend, grow, amplify, raise, heighten, lengthen, reinforce, widen, enlarge, maximize, multiply, fatten, elevate, inflate, expand.
increase by addition or growth, often financial (verb)
amass, accumulate, collect, enlarge, increase, gather, grow.
possession (verb)
fall.

Other synonyms:

cumulate, agglomerate. hive, amass. garner. collect. gather.

Usage examples for accrue

  1. Let us now, however, leave out this indirect benefit which may, or may not, accrue to the workmen in these various occupations, and find as nearly as we can the number which are, or can possibly be, directly benefited by the operation of monopolies. – Monopolies and the People by Charles Whiting Baker
  2. It is only through treaty, or through residence here that such rights accrue – State of the Union Addresses of Calvin Coolidge by Calvin Coolidge
  3. Government gave encouragement to any branch of commerce while it was regarded as conducive to the welfare of the community; or compatible with humanity and justice; but they were competent to withdraw their countenance from it, when it was found to be immoral, and injurious, and disgraceful to the state: They who engaged in it knew the terms under which they were placed, and adopted it with all the risks with which it was accompanied; and of consequence it was but just, that they should be prepared to abide by the loss which might accrue when the public should think it right no longer to support it. – The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-Trade, by the British Parliament (1839) by Thomas Clarkson