in

Part of speech: preposition

Within.

Part of speech: noun

A nook or corner; one who or that which is in, as in office.

Part of speech: adverb

Enclosed in a place or state.

Part of speech: adverb

Into a place or state.

Part of speech: adverb

Close by.

Part of speech: preposition

Denoting the object surrounded by; among; toward; by means of.

Part of speech:

In; into; on; as, inflame.

Part of speech:

Not; without; un-. The following is a list of unimportant or self defining words with this prefix. In all cases, in- as here used has the meaning of " want or lack of," " freedom from," " not," simply reversing the meaning of the main portion of the word ( as indecorum, lack of decorum; indevout, not devout).

Part of speech: noun

A public house; tavern, hotel.

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Usage examples "in":

  1. It was, in fact, true. - "The Wars Between England and America", T. C. Smith.
  2. What was Dr. Khayme in all this? - "Who Goes There?", Blackwood Ketcham Benson.
  3. Did he believe in it? - "The Golden Web", Anthony Partridge.