ingoing

[in-goh-ing]
adjective
going in; entering.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see in-1, going

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ingoing (ˈɪnˌɡəʊɪŋ)
 
adj
1.  coming or going in; entering
 
n
2.  (often plural) English law the sum paid by a new tenant for fixtures left behind by the outgoing tenant
3.  (Scot) another word for ingo

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Example sentences
The sander did not have a guard to cover the ingoing nip points where the belt ran onto the pulleys.
Many of them rely on trucks for the majority of their ingoing and outgoing materials.
Keep it organized, those in the thoroughfare also understand where ingoing, outgoing.
She said efforts to get this position streamlined and operating were ingoing.
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