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ingoing

[in-goh-ing]
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adjective
  1. going in; entering.

Origin of ingoing

Middle English word dating back to 1300–50; see origin at in-1, going
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Examples from the Web for ingoing

Historical Examples

  • And the fight of the ingoing crew is as regular as the halt.

    King Spruce, A Novel

    Holman Day

  • The result of an ingoing message may be either favorable or unfavorable.

  • Also it was convincingly true that the ingoing party—its way now made a pacific one—would need the "spondulicks."

  • But, at all events, the dependence of movements on ingoing messages or sensations is emphasized.

  • I was working in an aircraft control center reading radarscopes and keeping track of ingoing and outgoing flights.

    Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)

    The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy


British Dictionary definitions for ingoing

ingoing

adjective
  1. coming or going in; entering
noun
  1. (often plural) English law the sum paid by a new tenant for fixtures left behind by the outgoing tenant
  2. Scot another word for ingo
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Word Origin and History for ingoing

adj.

also in-going, 1825, from in + going.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper