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incoming

Finance
1. (of interest, dividends, etc.) being received; accruing
2. income or revenue
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Susan met the incoming tide by the Raven islet and stopped, panting, with her feet in the water.
The poor dear grew white as death, and shook and shivered, as I have seen a quicksand shake and shiver at the incoming of the tide.
The incoming tide glistened oilily as it rolled over the mud flats.
7000 feet, dipping our beam to an incoming Washington packet.
There is no tax on the good of virtue, for that is the incoming of God himself, or absolute existence, without any comparative.
To watch the outgoings on one side," said Sir Joseph, with a gentle and pathetic solemnity, "and the incomings on the other--the sad lessening of the balance at one time, and the cheering and delightful growth of it at another--what absorbing reading
Such a daughter-in-law would be a saving to the old Squire, if she never brought a penny to her fortune; for it was to be feared that, notwithstanding his incomings, there were more holes in his pocket than the one where he put his own hand in.
Ah, if an outcast like me had such a home to go to, and such incomings by the year and by the month, I would pay much gold and silver to redeem my captivity.
Borthrop Trumbull was mounted with desk and hammer; but the rows chiefly of masculine faces behind were often varied by incomings and outgoings both from the door and the large bow-window opening on to the lawn.
When you have quarrelled, all his outgoings and incomings you know, as if you were his spy.
THE DUTERTE administration would be removing blockades hampering the smooth implementation of public-private partnership (PPP) projects in a bid to ramp up infrastructure development, the country's incoming chief economist said.
Vodafone India was denying free incoming roaming pacts to certain customers mainly corporate and new customers.