Ingressive meaning

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(linguistics) Of or being a speech sound produced with an inhalation of breath.
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Going or directed inward, entering.
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Open to entry or examination.

The chances that your internet actions are being watched is low, despite the ingressive nature of the modern internet envioronment.

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(phonetics, of a speech sound) Uttered by drawing air inward through the mouth or nose.
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(geology) Descriptive of a source or channel through which water enters or once entered an area.

This spring is the ingressive source of the water that flows through the cave.

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(phonetics) A speech sound in which the air stream is created by drawing air in through the mouth or nose.
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Of, relating to, or involving ingress.
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(grammar) Inchoative.
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Having to do with ingress.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
ingressive
Plural:
ingressives