outcoming

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From out- +‎ coming.

Adjective[edit]

outcoming (not comparable)

  1. That comes out.
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle English outcoming, outcominge, from outcomen (to come out).

Noun[edit]

outcoming (plural outcomings)

  1. (dated) A result or outcome.
    • 1861, George Alcock Macdonnell, Man's life and destiny
      But perhaps you will say, even actual transgressors ought not to be considered guilty, or be punished, inasmuch as their sins are the necessary outcomings of an inherited, corrupt nature.

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