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nonindustrial

Synonyms:

agricultural, rural, undeveloped, developing, underdeveloped, unindustrialised, unindustrialized, nonindustrial.
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Correct spelling:
in
Definition:
One who is in office; -- the opposite of out.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
in.
aware
hip.
camp
ostentatious, popper.
classy
uptown.
fashionable
chic, chichi, contemporary, current, customary, dashing, faddy, favored, fly, genteel, hot, in style, in vogue, last word, latest, mod, modern, modish, natty, new, newfangled, now, popular, posh, prevailing, rakish, smart, stylish, swank, swanky, trendsetting, trendy, trig, up-to-the-minute, upscale, usual, well-liked, all the rage, a go-go, in-thing, up to the minute, à la mode, latest thing, with it, vogue.
in vogue
in the latest style, latest fashion, in style, chi-chi, in with it, latest fad, on the cutting edge.
looped
liquored up, fuddled, juiced, tanked, boozed up, drunk as a skunk, feeling no pain, high as a kite, half-seas over, in one's cups, seeing double.
modish
faddy, voguish, with-it, all the rage, in-thing, last-word.
stylish
dressed to kill, upscale, in fashion, dressed to the teeth.
adverb
all
in, inward, inwards.
within
within.
adverb
between
betwixt, halfway, medially, Amidst, tween, half-way, in the midst of, surrounded by, bounded by, centrally located, enclosed by, in the thick of, at intervals, mid-way, in the seam.
within
not beyond, not outside, not over, in a period, in doors, in reach.
noun
admittance
entree.
craze
fad.
fad
New Look, passing fancy, fool notion, in thing, latest word, newest wrinkle.
influence
importance, Monopolies, influences.
quantity
in, inch.
rage
NOWS, in spots, in-spot, latest wrinkle, up to the minute.
tennis
ace, advantage, alley, ball boy, break, clay, ball girl, break point, the Davis Cup.
tip-off
tip off, tipoff.
within
inside, within.
verb
approaching
coming.
separating
between.
Examples of usage:
  1. In time- Evangeline's time- she would know. – Miss Theodosia's Heartstrings by Annie Hamilton Donnell
  2. You must be in love. – Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde
  3. Blair must have been in love with her! – The Iron Woman by Margaret Deland
  4. Them was all the go in my time! – Mount Music by E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
  5. You don't want me to come in, do you? – Sisters by Ada Cambridge

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