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Usage examples for INS

  1. He ceased abruptly, folded Ins arms, and gazed musingly into space. – Ailsa Paige by Robert W. Chambers
  2. In one sense 'twas lucky for him that she was born in humble life, because owing to it she knows the ins and outs of contriving, which he never did. – The Hand of Ethelberta by Thomas Hardy
  3. Think how he must know all the ins and outs of it by this time!" – Two Boys and a Fortune by Matthew White, Jr.
  4. " Shut- ins," they are in truth. – Keep-Well Stories for Little Folks by May Farinholt-Jones
  5. I was vexed with her- really vexed- for that ready assent; but then, who knows the ins and outs of women's ways? – John Halifax, Gentleman by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
  6. All the ins and outs of these earthworks were known to Charlie Gordon and his brothers. – The Story of General Gordon by Jeanie Lang
  7. Gyda knew the ins and outs of many a house there; she could illustrate and prove the truth of some of Rollo's statements, and she could suggest wants, even if she did not know to contrive the remedy. – The Gold of Chickaree by Susan Warner
  8. The discussion of pedagogical method with all its ins and outs needs to take cognizance of the differences of students in their type. – The Story of the Mind by James Mark Baldwin
  9. The new- comers evidently knew all the ins and outs. – The Adventures of Bobby Orde by Stewart Edward White
  10. But if the holder of the geg be caught before he gets to the den, the Ins win the game, and become the Outs for the next round. – Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium by Jessie H. Bancroft
  11. A full set of cut- ins. – The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush by Francis Lynde
  12. Even here, the destruction is most emphatically described as being quite general; as such, it is minutely represented ins vers. – Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1 by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg
  13. She would slacken her steps as she drew near, jumping over the pools of water, and finding a pleasure in traversing the deserted ins and outs of the yard full of old building materials. – L'Assommoir by Emile Zola
  14. The prime minister had not absolutely walked forth, followed by all his satellites, as is the case when a successful turn in the wheel gives the outs a full whip- hand over the ins, but it had become necessary to throw overboard a brace or two of Jonahs, so that the ship might be lightened to meet a coming storm; and among those so thrown over had been our unfortunate friend Sir Henry Harcourt. – The Bertrams by Anthony Trollope
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