Definition of Incomings

1. Noun. (plural of incoming) ¹



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Definition of Incomings

1. incoming [n] - See also: incoming

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incomings

incombustibility
incombustible
incombustibles
income
income bracket
income statement
income tax
income tax bracket
income tax return
income tax returns
income taxes
incomer
incomers
incomes
incoming
incomings (current term)
incomitant strabismus
incomities
incomity
incommensurability
incommensurable
incommensurableness
incommensurables
incommensurably
incommensurate
incommensurately
incommensuration
incommiscible
incommixture
incommodation

Literary usage of Incomings

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1. Letters of Thomas Carlyle, 1826-1836 by Thomas Carlyle (1888)
"incomings : before that we may have seen into much, tried much, and succeeded in somewhat. "God's providence they cannot hinder thee of": that is the thing ..."

2. London by George Laurence Gomme (1914)
"CHAPTER V ENGLISH incomings THE date or period of the English entry into London is not known, and cannot be known. There is no history of it, no mention of ..."

3. The Household Narrative of Current Events by Charles Dickens (1855)
"Chinese immigration had become a grievance : It was proposed to put some restriction on the incomings of the flowery people, and the government had the ..."

4. Principles of Economics by Alfred Marshall (1895)
"BOOK v. lated up to that time, deducting from each element of outlay _J ' any incomings that came in at the same time. Looking forwards we should deduct ..."

5. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1880)
"Third, that there is a very fundamental difference between Statements and Accounts: that an account is a record of the actual incomings and outgoings of ..."

6. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1880)
"Accounts: that an account is a record of the actual incomings and outgoings of money in the precise form in which those incomings and outgoings took place: ..."

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