incomer

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incomer

(ˈɪnkʌmə)
n
a person who comes to live in a place in which he was not born
Translations

incomer

[ˈɪnˌkʌməʳ] (Brit) Nrecién llegado/a m/f; (to society, group) → persona f nueva; (= immigrant) → inmigrante mf

incomer

n (= new arrival)Neuankömmling m; (= successor)Nachfolger(in) m(f)

incomer

[ˈɪnˌkʌməʳ] nnuovo/a venuto/a
References in classic literature ?
By some chance the little table at which I sat had escaped the eye of incomers, and two vacant chairs at it extended their arms with venal hospitality to the influx of patrons.
I was at a concert in Munich one night, the people were streaming in, the clock-hand pointed to seven, the music struck up, and instantly all movement in the body of the house ceased--nobody was standing, or walking up the aisles, or fumbling with a seat, the stream of incomers had suddenly dried up at its source.
Van Helsing, Harker, and I were just behind the door, so that when it was opened the Professor could guard it whilst we two stepped between the incomer and the door.
I believe that this unreasonable hatred of the English is a front to mask a real deep-rooted resentment against the English language, especially spoken by the "incomers", who, after all, are not really Welsh.
Welcome to Gander, Newfoundland - a tiny town whose population expands when 38 planes are forced to land in the wake of the atrocity, with the locals coming together to provide comfort for 7,000 bewildered incomers.
It's a stepping stone for most tenants to buy their own homes, otherwise they would never get onto the property ladder, as the biggest problem in Wales is incomers, buying second homes, which local people cannot afford.
WITH respects to the letter "Treating incomers and locals the same" by Andrew Owen Smith who describes himself as an immigrant to Llanllyfni highlighting discrimination against incomers to Gwynedd by public officials.
The guide covers the following industrial applications: earthing systems; high-, medium- and low-voltage hazards; switching incomers onto common supply busbars; switching UPS systems and generators on to common supply busbars; and controlling the supply from multiple incomers.
I would like to know what effort Dr Lewis has made in assisting we "incomers" to learn his language?
However, one of the big problems where I live down in the West Country is the incomers (and I can say that as I'm one myself).
They cite official figures suggesting that Britain will need to build seven cities the size of Birmingham to house an estimated seven million incomers by 2031.