In-and-in

Definition of In-and-in

In´-and-in´
n.1.An old game played with four dice. In signified a doublet, or two dice alike; in-and-in, either two doubles, or the four dice alike.
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In the wind's eye
In the wrong box
In this connection
In time
In touch
In transitu
In truth
In turn
In twain
In two
In unison
In use
In vacuo
In vain
in velvet
In virtue of
In waiting
In word
In your despite
In-
-In-and-in-
in-basket
in-between
in-bounds
in-box
in-chief
In-going
in-group
in-law
in-migration
in-person
in-situ
in-tray
Inability
Inable
Inablement
Inabstinence
Inabstracted
Inabusively
Inaccessibility
Inaccessible
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