In-and-in Definition

ĭnənd-ĭn
adverb
Repeatedly within the same or closely related stocks.
To breed pigs in-and-in.
American Heritage
adjective
Repeatedly with individuals of the same or closely related stocks.
In-and-in breeding.
Webster's New World
noun

An old game played with four dice, a double being referred to as "in" and two doubles as "in-and-in".

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