Inbound



[in-bound] /ˈɪnˈbaʊnd/

adjective
1.
inward bound:
inbound ships.
/ˈɪnˌbaʊnd/
adjective
1.
coming in; inward bound: an inbound ship
adj.

1857, “homeward,” from in + bound (adj.2). Originally of ships.

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