[in-kuhm-er] /ˈɪnˌkʌm ər/

a person who comes .
Chiefly British. an immigrant.
an intruder.
a successor.
Hunting. a duck, pheasant, etc., that flies toward the shooter.
a person who comes to live in a place in which he was not born


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