In and out

Definition of In and out

(Naut.) through and through; - said of a through bolt in a ship's side.

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In
In a blaze
In a box
In a family way
In a fang
In a fume
in a heartbeat
in a nutshell
In a state of nature
In a stound
In a word
In account with
In advance
In amours with
In and in
In and in breeding
-In and out-
In antis
In any case
In arms
In arrear
In as much as
In aunters
In ballast trim
In banc
In bar of
In battery
In behalf of
In berry
In blank
In blood
In blossom
In brief
In bulk
In camera
In case
In chief
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