incoming

[in-kuhm-ing]
adjective
1.
coming, in; arriving: the incoming tide.
2.
newly arrived or received: incoming mail; incoming orders.
3.
succeeding, as an officeholder: the incoming mayor.
4.
accruing, as profit.
5.
entering, beginning, etc.: all incoming students.
6.
Chiefly British, immigrant.
7.
Scot. ensuing.
noun
8.
the act of coming, in; arrival; advent: the incoming of spring.
9.
Usually, incomings. funds received; revenue.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English; see in, coming

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incoming (ˈɪnˌkʌmɪŋ)
 
adj
1.  coming in; entering
2.  about to come into office; succeeding
3.  (of interest, dividends, etc) being received; accruing
 
n
4.  the act of coming in; entrance
5.  (usually plural) income or revenue

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Example sentences
Integration over the function of this incoming radiation renders the heat
  coming in during the day.
That's probably because aragonite has two refractive indices, the extent to
  which a particular material focuses incoming light.
Many colleges dropped the requirement that incoming freshmen study a foreign
  language in high school.
Tiny structures in the feathers choreograph incoming light, reflecting sapphire
  in one direction, emerald in another.
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