incoming

All Adjective Verb
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  • These programs were designed for incoming first-year and transfer students who received credit for them.
  • These programs were designed for incoming first-year and transfer students who received credit for them.
  • This is done by transfer of energy to the incoming outside fresh air.
  • About one-third of incoming students attended Catholic high schools.
  • It contains everything written by Washington, or signed by him, together with most of his incoming letters.
  • Four full-ride scholarships are provided to four incoming students by the university every year.
  • With that, everybody decided to stand their ground and fight the incoming Japanese.
  • Each incoming student is assigned a faculty mentor based on their area of interest.
  • A material is said to be black if most incoming light is absorbed equally in the material.
  • Something must be giving order to the incoming data.
  • The following table shows top five countries for incoming tourism in Georgia.
  • This feature permits holding an incoming telephone call until the called party is free.
  • Of course, he cannot pay his rent; his incomings are gone! Cited from Carlyle's "History of Friedrich II of Prussia V 21
  • No longer did incoming tourists drive down the thoroughfare on their way into downtown.
  • Incoming Chinese people have also made their mark on the Lower East Side in recent decades.
  • Over time, the property was broken up and sold off piecemeal to incoming settlers.
  • Eligible incoming first year students will receive a letter of invitation during the admission process.
  • On several occasions a minister has been appointed to an incoming government with the title of a new Department of State.
  • The film starts with one of the humans looking out over the sea, watching for incoming machines.
  • The horse-drawn wagons moved too slowly for the incoming tide, and many were lost.
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Words starting with incoming

Synonyms of incoming

Meaning of incoming

  • adjective Arriving at a place or position
    incoming class, incoming mail
  • adjective Entering upon a position of office vacated by another
    the incoming president