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in-and-out

[in-uh nd-out, -uh n-] /ˈɪn əndˈaʊt, -ən-/
adjective
1.
in or participating in a particular job, investment, etc., for a short time and then out, especially after realizing a quick profit.
noun
2.
Manège. an obstacle consisting of two fences placed too far apart to be cleared in one jump and too close together to allow more than one or two strides between.
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in-and-out

noun

The sex act; copulation; fucking: The pages of romances offered less in-and-out than a downtown parking garage/ Her refreshing answers about the old in-and-out bluntly demystified any last glitches/ the endlessly hypnotic spectacle of the old in-out

[first form 1620+; fr the 1600s idiom play at in-and-out, ''do the sex act, copulate'']


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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