in-coming[ in-kuhm-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF in-coming
Antonyms for in-coming
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IN-COMING
It was the in-coming tide, and therefore swelling towards the beach.
She made a careful calculation: at the present rate of the in-coming tide, she had probably about an hour and a half to live.
A great proportion of the furniture of the old house, including the family portraits, had been purchased by the in-coming owner.
This railway-station at Milwaukie is one of the great distributing points of the in-coming flood from Northern Europe.
At their first in-coming the Devil says, Quum literarum, is good Latine.
I heard the in-coming tide gurgling in the channel outside, and returned to Carette much puzzled.
Now both parties are neck and neck to see who shall lead the army of in-coming negro voters.
The conversation was interrupted, at that moment, by the in-coming of First Sergeant Gray.
These, of course, joined the in-coming human stream as soon as the race became fully physical.
He was obliged to pay them according to the custom of the country; but he has got nothing of this sort from his in-coming tenants!