The procedure was remarkably speedy—patients were in-and-out of the exam room in minutes.
For the next two years she was in-and-out of the hospital monthly for wheezing and shortness-of-breath—until I took over her care.
You might make a position for us both by some such alliance; for, to tell the truth, I have had but in-and-out luck so far.
Paupers of the "in-and-out" class who use the workhouse as a means of evading their parental responsibilities.
Now, they're going to make 'em do some in-and-out jumping, see?
in-and-outWhere two fences are within a few feet of each other, forming an "in-and-out," the pace needs to be carefully regulated.
It was so shallow that he would not jump it, but the in-and-out of a tiger with a kill would be the equivalent of a jump.
Weatherby—he can pull that in-and-out game through the loft like he did before.
Now they're going to make 'em do some in-and-out jumping, see?
The legislation of the fourteenth century, so far as it concerns our subject, was of an in-and-out character.
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'']