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Definition of In

  • A suffix. See the Note under -ine.

How to use in in a sentence. In pronunciation.

Once we made twenty-five miles in a day, and once we made forty miles (through the Great American Desert), and ten miles beyond-fifty in all -in twenty-three hours, without halting to eat, drink or rest.
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Isn't there a sofa in -in the parlour?
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One of his reasons, indeed, -in addition to the friendship that had grown up between them,-for coming to visit her had been to gain the effect of her poise on his own.
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Aweel, the cause was to come on before the fifteen -in presence, as they ca't-and auld Rab Tull, the town-clerk, he cam ower to make a last search for the paper that was wanting, before our gudesire gaed into Edinburgh to look after his plea-so there was little time to come and gang on.
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I am certain-that my father would be happy to show his gratitude -in any way-that is, which Mr. Lovel could consider it as proper to point out.
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For D'Ailly, see his Concordia astronomicae veritatis cum theologia (Paris, 1483-in the Imago mundi-and Venice, 1490); also Eck's commentary on Aristotle's Meteorologica (Ausburg, 1519), lib.
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As a wind blows through a court-yard, and the lamp goes out, so he went -in the night.
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The population in 1810, was 24,520-in 1820, 147,178: white males, 79,919; white females, 69,107; slaves, 190; militia in 1821, 14,990.
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July 18.-In travelling to "Depot Pool," the native boy caught another opossum, and we again halted early in the day for the sake of resting the horses.
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November 15.-In the morning we started as early as possible to get the stage over before the great heat of the day came on, still accompanied and guided by the friendly natives, who took us through the best and most open line of country.
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Beech, in Chonos I. -in T. del Fuego and Chili.
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Instinct, Darwin and. -in nest-making.
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Can this generation "-in the foremost files of time-" afford to believe that a grim significance lurks in the desuetude of typical judicial ermine?
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Why, let me see; yes, you may as well tell him now that - that -in fact, tell him I've diddled him, and (aside to himself) perhaps somebody else.
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The massacres of 1793-in spite of all that has been said-were far less horrible than those of 1562, though they were the outpouring of centuries of pardonable fury and indignation.
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Hannibal appeared in good time to protect its capital, which he prevented from being invested; but he was unable either to wrest any of the Campanian towns held by the Romans from their strong Roman garrisons, or to prevent -in addition to a number of less important country towns-Casilinum, which secured his passage over the Volturnus, from being taken by the two consular armies after an obstinate defence.
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The more important right of the magistrate to make requisitions of grain in his province-partly for the maintenance of himself and his retinue (-in cellam-) partly for the provisioning of the army in case of war, or on other special occasions at a fair valuation-was already so scandalously abused, that on the complaint of the Spaniards the senate in 583 found it necessary to withdraw from the governors the right of fixing the price of the supplies for either purpose.(32) Requisitions had begun to be made on the subjects even for the popular festivals in Rome; the unmeasured vexatious demands made on the Italian as well as extra-Italian communities by the aedile Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus, for the festival which he had to provide, induced the senate officially to interfere against them (572).
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Even the patrician order proper were still at this epoch powerful enough to fill the second consulship and the second censorship, which stood open in law alike to patricians and plebeians, solely with men of their own body, the former up to the close of this period (till 582), the latter even for a generation longer (till 623); and in fact, at the most perilous moment which the Roman republic ever experienced -in the crisis after the battle of Cannae-they cancelled the quite legally conducted election of the officer who was in all respects the ablest-the plebeian Marcellus-to the consulship vacated by the death of the patrician Paullus, solely on account of his plebeianism.
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The pieces judiciously made no pretence to any grand or really poetical effect: their charm resided primarily in furnishing occupation for the intellect, not only through their subject-matter -in which respect the newer comedy was distinguished from the old as much by the greater intrinsic emptiness as by the greater outward complication of the plot-but more especially through their execution in detail, in which the point and polish of the conversation more particularly formed the triumph of the poet and the delight of the audience.
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Few of the older citizens of Hampton were able to explain why something rose in their gorges, why they experienced a new and clammy quality of fear and repulsion when, on the day following Antonelli's advent, these strangers arrived from nowhere to install themselves-with no baggage to speak of -in Hampton's more modest but hitherto respectable hostelries.
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Examples of In

Example #1
To stretch out and go to sleep, even on stony and frozen ground, after pushing a wagon and two horses fifty miles, is a delight so supreme that for the moment it almost seems cheap at the price.
Example #2
We all confess to a gratified thrill at the thought of "camping out.
Example #3
Infinitely depressed, she felt that she must take some action, or cry aloud.
Example #4
It was to this house, made gloomy by these people, that he had returned every night!
Example #5
Poise in a modern woman, leading a modern life.
Example #6
Her spirit, too, like his own, like 'Mrs Constable's, like Eldon Parr's, like Eleanor Goodrich's, was divided against itself; and this phenomenon in Mrs. Larrabbee was perhaps a greater shock to him, since he had always regarded her as essentially in equilibrium.