in-house

adjective

ˈin-ˌhau̇s How to pronounce in-house (audio)
-ˈhau̇s
: existing, originating, or carried on within a group or organization or its facilities : not outside
an in-house publication
a company's in-house staff
in-house adverb

Examples of in-house in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The collection will be designed by the in-house studio team following the departure of creative director Virginie Viard. Joelle Diderich, WWD, 2 July 2024 But in a separate case, the court upheld the 5th Circuit’s finding that the Securities and Exchange Commission’s use of in-house legal proceedings is unconstitutional. Ann E. Marimow, Washington Post, 2 July 2024 Frank even gave the couple their own in-house tiki bar to stand in for Tiki-Ti. Stacy Suaya, Los Angeles Times, 2 July 2024 Buy a bottle to take home or saddle up to the bar and enjoy a glass or bottle in-house. Co-owners Heather Mitchell and Jonathan Blechman curated the business with decades of wine industry experience in Europe and New York City. Bridget Fogarty, Journal Sentinel, 2 July 2024 See all Example Sentences for in-house 

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Word History

First Known Use

circa 1956, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of in-house was circa 1956

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“In-house.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/in-house. Accessed 14 Jul. 2024.

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