incoming

[ in-kuhm-ing ]
/ ˈɪnˌkʌm ɪŋ /

adjective

noun

the act of coming in; arrival; advent: the incoming of spring.
Usually incomings. funds received; revenue.

Origin of incoming

Middle English word dating back to 1275–1325; see origin at in, coming
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British Dictionary definitions for in-coming

incoming

/ (ˈɪnˌkʌmɪŋ) /

adjective

coming in; entering
about to come into office; succeeding
(of interest, dividends, etc) being received; accruing

noun

the act of coming in; entrance
(usually plural) income or revenue
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Word Origin and History for in-coming

incoming


n.

late 14c., "action of coming in," from in + coming. As a present participle adjective, from 1753. Of game, from 1892; transferred in World War I to artillery; as a warning cry of incoming shellfire, it seems to date to the U.S. war in Vietnam (1968).

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