Definition of In for a penny, in for a pound

1. Proverb. Expressing recognition that one must, having started something, see it through to its end, rather than stopping short thereof; accepting that one must “go the whole hog”. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of In For A Penny, In For A Pound

in fee
in fetters(p)
in fine
in fine fettle
in fiscal matters
in flames
in flight
in flood(p)
in flower
in focus
in focus(p)
in for(p)
in for a dime, in for a dollar
in for a penny
in for a penny, in for a pound (current term)
in for an inch, in for a mile
in for it
in for the kill
in force
in force(p)
in form
in forma pauperis
in from the cold
in front
in front of
in front of one's nose
in full
in full action
in full gear

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