Located indoors, especially: at home or the office . (adverb)
Moving to the interior of a defined space, such as a building or room. (adverb)
Still eligible to play, e.g. able to bat in cricket and baseball. (adverb)
abbreviation of in aid of. (adverb)
After the beginning of something. (adverb)
A position of power or a way to get it. (noun)
The state of a batter/batsman who is currently batting (noun)
In fashion; popular. (adjective)
Contained by. (preposition)
Surrounded by. (preposition)
Part of; a member of. (preposition)
Pertaining to (that particular thing). (preposition)
Immediately after a period of time. (preposition)
Within a certain time constraint (preposition)
By virtue of; by means of (preposition)
Indicating an order or arrangement. (preposition)
During (said of periods of time) (preposition)
Denoting a state of the subject. (preposition)
Indicates a language, script, tone, etc. of a text, speech, etc. (preposition)
Indicates a language, script, tone, etc. of writing, speaking, etc. (preposition)
Indicates, connotatively, a place-like form of someone's (or something's) personality, as his, her or its psychic and physical characteristics (preposition)
To enclose; to take in; to harvest. (verb)
Examples of word in
The rule as regards this is plain and simple: admit as much fresh air as you can; provided it does not _blow in_ upon you _in a stream_, and provided you are not in a state of profuse perspiration at the time; for in accordance with the
Paulson, who has large positions in gold via the GLD ETF, bragged that Â“in addition to maneuvering our investment strategy based on where we are in the economic cycle, a large part of our success has been based on anticipating market events before they are generally recognized.
Marine baseÂ in the province until, one day soon, the American military can install him in anÂ â€œabandoned government buildingâ€ Â or simpleÂ "a clump of ruins" Â in that city.
I stood in line to get a wristband and was not even asked for i. d.-in fact the young woman in charge didn't even make eye contact with me, probably for fear of laughing or showing her disdain.
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â â€œAbout the moly mine in, under and around Bartlett mountainâ€ But she hurried off to polish the white oak railing in front a of couple of bears dressed like men, or perhaps a couple of men disguised as bears inÂ brown plaid corduroy with axle grease on their paws.