n. (plural of income English)
Usage examples of "incomes".
Before such measures as limitation of incomes become even thinkable, there will have to be a complete shift of power away from the old ruling class.
Tossed to and fro between their incomes and their principles, it was impossible that men like Chamberlain should do anything but make the worst of both worlds.
The Home Guard swells to a million men in a few weeks, and is deliberately organized from above in such a way that only people with private incomes can hold positions of command.
Limitation of incomes, on such a scale that the highest tax-free income in Britain does not exceed the lowest by more than ten to one.
It will have nationalized industry, scaled down incomes, set up a classless educational system.
He sees that the soldier is neglected, meanly underpaid and hypocritically despised by the people whose incomes he safeguards.
How the Tyrians live there on that island of festering death and fabulous incomes I do not know.
I fancy that the united professional incomes of all the lawyers in the States would exceed in amount those made in England.
No income tax, for instance, can be laid on the general incomes of the United States that shall be universal throughout the States.