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1. in-situ

adjective. being in the original position; not having been moved.

Synonyms

  • unmoved
  • unaltered

Antonyms

  • varied
  • changed
  • emotional

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2. in-fighting

noun. conflict between members of the same organization (usually concealed from outsiders).

Synonyms

  • scrap
  • fighting
  • fight

3. in-person

adjective. an appearance carried out personally in someone else's physical presence.

Synonyms

  • in the flesh

Antonyms

  • public
  • objective

4. built-in

adjective. ['ˈbɪlˌtɪn'] existing as an essential constituent or characteristic.

Synonyms

  • inbuilt
  • integral
  • constitutional
  • intrinsical
  • intrinsic

Antonyms

  • explicit
  • fractional
  • inessential
  • alienable

5. tongue-in-cheek

adjective. cleverly amusing in tone.

Synonyms

  • bantering
  • humourous
  • facetious

Antonyms

  • displeasing
  • unfunny
  • sobersided
  • unhumorous

6. fill-in

noun. someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult).

Synonyms

  • backup man
  • double
  • locum tenens
  • peer
  • match
  • stand-in
  • reliever
  • alternate
  • surrogate
  • substitute
  • stunt woman
  • stunt man
  • compeer
  • equal
  • relief
  • locum
  • replacement

Antonyms

  • single
  • malfunction
  • straighten
  • unequivocal

7. tie-in

noun. a fastener that serves to join or connect.

Synonyms

  • fixing
  • fastening
  • link
  • holdfast
  • bridge
  • linkup
  • fastener
  • nosepiece

Antonyms

  • unlash
  • unfasten
  • untie
  • disconnect

8. in

adverb. ['ɪn, ˈɪn'] to or toward the inside of.

Synonyms

  • inward

Antonyms

  • unsnarl
  • recede

Etymology

  • inne (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. in

noun. ['ɪn, ˈɪn'] a unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot.

Synonyms

  • foot
  • ft
  • em
  • ligne
  • mil
  • mesh
  • inch
  • linear unit
  • pica em
  • pica

Antonyms

  • outwardness
  • styleless
  • unpopular
  • past

Etymology

  • inne (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. in

adjective. ['ɪn, ˈɪn'] directed or bound inward.

Antonyms

  • head

Etymology

  • inne (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Example sentences of the word in-situ


1. Noun Phrase
Take a moment to view a particular one you plan to observe and write about and notice what this toddler does and who he is, both in situ (on his own) or in the group.

2. Noun Phrase
But keep in mind, if you have a cat older than 10, papillomas can lead to the formation of feline multicentric squamous cell carcinoma in situ, otherwise known as feline Bowen disease.

3. Noun Phrase
They can be pulled, left in situ, or easily transplanted to a more desired location in your garden.

4. Noun Phrase
It's easier to visualize all of this if you draw the beds on graph paper, or use pegs and string to do them ​in situ​ at full size.

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