inbound

[in-bound]
adjective
inward bound: inbound ships.

Origin:
1890–95; in-1 + -bound2

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inbound (ˈɪnˌbaʊnd)
 
adj
coming in; inward bound: an inbound ship

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Example sentences
All that is required is that a small population of a few thousand stay isolated
  from inbound gen flow.
Once the copper wires were exposed, he clipped a new, precut piece of wire
  between the inbound and outbound cables.
We currently have both inbound and outbound services operating out of our
  facility.
Download park gate hours from link at top of page for specific inbound gate and
  park closing times.
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