Inbound

Inbound,

Definition of Inbound:

  1. Throw (the ball) from out of bounds, putting it into play.

  2. Traveling toward a particular place, especially when returning to the original point of departure.

  3. Return leg of a journey.

  4. Toward a particular place, especially when returning to the original point of departure.

  5. Arriving (such as passengers), or coming in (such as a flow).

How to use Inbound in a sentence?

  1. Authorities set up roadblocks to stop all inbound traffic on tunnels and bridges.
  2. You should make sure that you know when the inbound flight of your shipment will arrive to pick it up on time.
  3. Ohio State inbounded the ball against the swarming defenders.
  4. The inbound assignment for a new public affairs officer at Guam Air Force Base came in yesterday and nearly 200 officers applied already.
  5. We continued inbound to the ship.
  6. The inbound flight was almost near and it made me really nervous because I had never met him before and it was really frightening.

Meaning of Inbound & Inbound Definition