- break wind,
- break with,
- break-even point,
- break-in period,
- break-out group,
- break-up value,
Origin of break-in
Examples from the Web for break-in
You know, like Nixon tried to shunt responsibility for the break-in on to Liddy, Sturgis, et al.
For Nixon, it was the Watergate break-in, designed to filch political plans of his 1972 foes.
The McDaniel campaign has strongly denied any link to the break-in or to Kelly.Influential Conservative Behind Housing Complaint Targeting GOP Senator|Ben Jacobs|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But within hours it was hacked and the break-in code was released.
Nixon never needed help from the Watergate break-in to win the 1972 race, in which he only lost one state.Before Bridgegate Punished an Enemy, Christie's Office Rewarded Friends|Sam Kleiner|January 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A young ox is generally more difficult to break-in than an old one: I do not know why.The Art of Travel|Francis Galton
They also breed and break-in camels, which they sell in the Tiflis market.The Human Race|Louis Figuier
It only needed the break-in of the Patrol to complete the illusion of action-fiction—crime variety.Plague Ship|Andre Norton