accroach

Definition of accroach

ac`croach´   Pronunciation: ăk`krōch´
v. t.1.To hook, or draw to one's self as with a hook.
2.To usurp, as jurisdiction or royal prerogatives.
They had attempted to accroach to themselves royal power.
- Stubbs.

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