[in-kur-uhnt, -kuhr-]
carrying or relating to an inward current.

1555–65; < Latin incurrent- (stem of incurrēns), present participle of incurrere. See incur, -ent Unabridged
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incurrent (ɪnˈkʌrənt)
1.  (of anatomical ducts, tubes, channels, etc) having an inward flow
2.  flowing or running in an inward direction
[C16: from Latin incurrēns running into; see incur]

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Example sentences
There are two easily identifiable siphons, an incurrent and an excurrent.
Instead, begin research incurrent, rather than historic records.
Water is drawn into the sponge through tiny holes called incurrent pores.
Final regulations update certain cross-references incurrent regulations.
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