It would take too long and I don't know the ins and outs of it, anyway.
"The pass has too many ins and outs for this," he thought, and he unchained the horses.
Then I'll be a Lance in a year—knowin' what I know about the ins an' outs o' things.
"It had its outs—this cruising to distant ports," announced his father.
We can discuss all the ins and outs some day when this is all over.
So they are, and now that we are on the outs with those other people, if you say the word, we'll go in with you.
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.
But I know now all the ins and the outs, for I was told by one that knew them both.
You must know all the ins and outs of the place, and must have somebody on the spot to help you.