- int. cib.,
- int. rev.,
- intact dilatation and extraction,
Examples from the Web for int
Only there 'int no Jaimes no more, and no drawfts to be 'ad.Where the Pavement Ends|John Russell
It wasn't at all int'resting to scribble all by myself, but if you'll use my book we'll both write.Heart of Gold|Ruth Alberta Brown
Say, it must be int'restin' sport, providin' you don't care whether you get there this week or next.
I 'int to her that am I not sufficient substitute for a beastly cat?The Man Upstairs|P. G. Wodehouse
And, as Nutt Hamilton has suggested, it would be int'restin' to see her and Sukey lined up together.