in-and-in definition

  • adverb:
    • over and over repeatedly in the exact same or closely related shares: to reproduce pigs in-and-in.
  • noun:
    • a classic online game played with four dice, a double being named "in" and two doubles as "in-and-in".
    • a vintage online game enjoyed four dice. In signified a doublet, or two dice alike; in-and-in, either two increases, or the four dice alike.
    • An old betting game played by 2 or 3 persons with four dice, every person having a box.
  • adjective-and-adverb:
    • placed on breeding from a male and feminine of the identical parentage. See under reproduction.
  • others:
    • From pets of the same parentage; from creatures closely related by bloodstream: as, to reproduce in-and-in.
    • With constant relationship of any kind.

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