15-letter words starting with in

  • in (the) future — You use in future when saying what will happen from now on, which will be different from what has previously happened. The form in the future is sometimes used instead, especially in American English.
  • in (the) grease — fat and ready to be killed
  • in a (bad) spot — in a bad situation; in trouble
  • in a family way — pregnant; with child
  • in a good light — something that makes things visible or affords illumination: All colors depend on light.
  • in a tight spot — in difficult situation
  • in all but name — If you say that a situation exists in all but name, you mean that it is not officially recognized even though it exists.
  • in all weathers — If you say that someone does something in all weathers, you mean that they do it regularly whether the weather is good or bad.
  • in at the death — the act of dying; the end of life; the total and permanent cessation of all the vital functions of an organism. Compare brain death.
  • in conversation — If you say that people are in conversation, you mean that they are talking together.
  • in deference to — out of regard or respect for (a person or the person's position or wishes)
  • in dependent of — not influenced or controlled by others in matters of opinion, conduct, etc.; thinking or acting for oneself: an independent thinker.
  • in difficulties — in distress, esp. financially
  • in fine feather — one of the horny structures forming the principal covering of birds, consisting typically of a hard, tubular portion attached to the body and tapering into a thinner, stemlike portion bearing a series of slender, barbed processes that interlock to form a flat structure on each side.
  • in good spirits — cheerful
  • in harness with — in cooperation with
  • in high dudgeon — If you say that someone is in high dudgeon, you are emphasizing that they are very angry or unhappy about something.
  • in honour bound — under a moral obligation
  • in its entirety — completely, wholly
  • in keeping with — in conformity or accord with
  • in line of duty — in the performance of authorized or prescribed military duty
  • in mid-sentence — halfway through saying sth
  • in no condition — If you say that someone is in no condition to do something, you mean that they are too ill, upset, or drunk to do it.
  • in nothing flat — no thing; not anything; naught: to say nothing.
  • in one's pocket — a shaped piece of fabric attached inside or outside a garment and forming a pouch used especially for carrying small articles.
  • in one's tracks — a structure consisting of a pair of parallel lines of rails with their crossties, on which a railroad train, trolley, or the like runs.
  • in pari delicto — in equal fault; equally culpable or blameworthy.
  • in rerum natura — in the nature of things
  • in sb's opinion — You add expressions such as 'in my opinion' or 'in their opinion' to a statement in order to indicate that it is what you or someone else thinks, and is not necessarily a fact.
  • in short supply — If something is in short supply, there is very little of it available and it is difficult to find or obtain.
  • in some measure — a unit or standard of measurement: weights and measures.
  • in spite of sth — You use in spite of to introduce a fact which makes the rest of the statement you are making seem surprising.
  • in the abstract — When you talk or think about something in the abstract, you talk or think about it in a general way, rather than considering particular things or events.
  • in the ballpark — a tract of land where ball games, especially baseball, are played.
  • in the box seat — in the best position
  • in the doghouse — a small shelter for a dog.
  • in the doldrums — miserable, depressed
  • in the eighties — between 80–89 degrees in temperature
  • in the event of — something that happens or is regarded as happening; an occurrence, especially one of some importance.
  • in the hands of — under the control of
  • in the light of — in view of, given
  • in the long run — to go quickly by moving the legs more rapidly than at a walk and in such a manner that for an instant in each step all or both feet are off the ground.
  • in the majority — the largest group
  • in the midst of — amid, among
  • in the negative — by saying no
  • in the nineties — between 90–99 degrees in temperature
  • in the old days — a long time ago
  • in the pipeline — a long tubular conduit or series of pipes, often underground, with pumps and valves for flow control, used to transport crude oil, natural gas, water, etc., especially over great distances.
  • in the same way — similarly
  • in the shape of — You can use in the shape of to state exactly who or what you are referring to, immediately after referring to them in a general way.

On this page, we collect all 15-letter words starting with IN. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 15-letter word that beginning with IN to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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