Mean-in in a sentence

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How to use mean-in in a sentence. Mean-in pronunciation.

Of course he must be understood to mean-in its capital principles; for, as to subordinate and executive rules for applying such principles, these, doubtless, are in part suggested by the local circumstances in each separate case.
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I ran across it-Excelsior, I mean-in three different readers the other day when I was compiling some of the data for this treatise.
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They ARE mean-in Sacramento," said Uncle Dick, somewhat mollified.
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Expected to find you out and old-the respected captain, I mean-in the arms of-what's his name?-Morpheus.
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You are as much changed-improved I mean-in your person, as he can be for his life.
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Examples of Mean-in

Example #1
Mr. Coleridge, in one of his lay sermons, advanced the novel doctrine-that in the Scripture is contained all genuine and profound statesmanship.
Example #2
We must remember that no charitable or beneficent institutions of any kind, grounded on disinterested kindness, existed amongst the Pagan Romans, and still less amongst the Pagan Greeks.
Example #3
Second thought should have informed me that undeniably the post of honor belonged to the central figure of Mr. Henry W. Longfellow's poem, Excelsior.
Example #4
Naturally it would be featured in all three.
Example #5
The other guests murmured an assent to this general proposition.
Example #6
Suddenly Uncle Dick's face brightened.