Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It would take too long and I don't know the ins and outs of it, anyway.

Mind as you're not ower keen at seein' the ins and oots o' that pewter.

Then I'll be a Lance in a year—knowin' what I know about the ins an' outs o' things.

We can discuss all the ins and outs some day when this is all over.

He gave the ins and outs of some of the misdemeanours of which he stood accused.

“Now I understand all the ins and outs of the matter,” replied Paddy.

The top edge of the charging chute ranges from 30½ to 38 ins.

In Example I the girders had a depth below the floor of 12 ins.

The deflection of the centers at the crown was a maximum of 3¼ ins.

Each of these cylinders of expanded metal and wire was 30 ins.