In in a sentence

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How to use in in a sentence. In pronunciation.

No; that can hardly be; however, you had better show them in.’ Heavy steps were now heard ascending the stairs, and the servant ushered two men into the apartment.
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I did enter; and the handmaid, having opened another door on the right hand, went in, and said something which I could not hear: after a considerable pause, however, I heard the voice of a man say, ‘Let him come in’; whereupon the handmaid, coming out, motioned me to enter, and, on my obeying, instantly closed the door behind me.
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Well, young gentleman,’ said Taggart to me one morning, when we chanced to be alone a few days after the affair of the cancelling, ‘how do you like authorship?’ ‘I scarcely call authorship the drudgery I am engaged in,’ said I. ‘What do you call authorship?’ said Taggart.
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What does the silly pestilent fellow mean by coming here?’ said he, half to himself; ‘let him come in,’ said he to the servant.
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Where are the silken sheets That Jesus was wrapt in?’ 7.
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Es hatte ebenfalls einen großen Theil seines Silbergeräths in’s königliche Lager gesandt, und der Rest würde auch nachgefolgt sein, wäre die Stadt nicht von den Parlamentstruppen genommen worden.
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Tumult hervorgerufen, der sich lieber der Gefahr der Enterbung ausgesetzt hatte, als daß er sich entschloß, vor einem königlichen Prinzen den Hut abzunehmen und der wegen seiner in Conventikeln gehaltenen Reden mehr als einmal in’s Gefängniß geschickt worden war.
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Es hieß, daß die Mehrheit des neuen Wahlkörpers von Tewkesbury von dem nämlichen Sinne beseelt sei, welcher in der ganzen Nation überwiege, und daß derselbe an dem entscheidenden Tage zuverlässige Protestanten in’s Parlament schicken werde.
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Du vernichtest des felsigen Schlundes Zaubergewalt, die Viele nach mir in’s Verderben hinabriß?
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Milota rief sie in’s Feld, ein Ritter, der Ersten des Landes.
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Feindlichgeschieden, Schaut urplötzlich der Mensch dem Menschen in’s Aug: ihn verwildert Schrecklicher Sectenhaß: denn Mord, und Brand, und Empörung Würgt Jahrhunderte fort, und verscheucht bald jegliche Hoffnung, Die so herrliche Früchte verhieß.
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Wie ihm die liebende Brust auch blutete, sie an des Lebens Kraft so erschöpft, und ach, dem Tode verfallen zu schauen; Dennoch bezwang er den Schmerz, und sah ihr noch heiter in’s Antlitz!
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Luft den befiederten Pfeil, und verfehlt nie, So er den Gegner in’s Auge gefaßt, in die Brust ihn zu treffen.
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Roß, absaß, und in’s dunkele Zelt ging.
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Er jagte mit tausend Erwählten Bis an den Saum des Geröhres hinaus, und warf sich, des Königs Harrend, in’s Gras.
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Doch der feurige Katwald sprach, umschwebend, in’s Ohr ihm: „Ottgar, flüchtig enteilet das Glück: erhasch’ es im Flug jetzt!
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Nun trat Zawiß von Rosenberg, der blühende Ritter, Hastig in’s Zelt.
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Abruft: bald nachfolgt, vom Alter gebeugt, er in’s Grab mir!
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Gegner Näher in’s Aug’, und ha, bald traf das Eisen auf’s Leben!
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And it is a ‘breaking in’ in a tremendous sense, fraught with fearful consequences.
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Examples of In

Example #1
Again there was a barking, but louder than that which had been directed against myself, for here were two intruders; both of them were remarkable-looking men, but to the foremost of them the most particular notice may well be accorded: he was a man somewhat under thirty, and nearly six feet in height.
Example #2
He was dressed in a blue coat, white corduroy breeches, fastened below the knee with small golden buttons; on his legs he wore white lamb’s-wool stockings, and on his feet shoes reaching to the ankles; round his neck was a handkerchief of the blue and bird’s eye pattern; he wore neither whiskers nor moustaches, and appeared not to delight in hair, that of his head, which was of a light brown, being closely cropped; the forehead was rather high, but somewhat narrow; the face neither broad nor sharp, perhaps rather sharp than broad; the nose was almost delicate; the eyes were grey, with an expression in which there was sternness blended with something approaching to feline; his complexion was exceedingly pale, relieved, however, by certain pock-marks, which here and there studded his countenance; his form was athletic, but lean; his arms long.
Example #3
Glancing for a moment at the white paper bundle beneath my arm, the handmaid made no reply in words, but, with a kind of toss of her head, flung the door open, standing on one side as if to let me enter.
Example #4
After the lapse of a minute the door was opened by a maid-servant of no very cleanly or prepossessing appearance, of whom I demanded, in a tone of some hauteur, whether the master of the house was at home.
Example #5
I help you out?’ said Taggart, turning round his chair, and looking at me.
Example #6
I beg Taggart’s pardon for having been so long silent about him; but he was a very silent man—yet there was much in Taggart—and Taggart had always been civil and kind to me in his peculiar way.