Definition of In the dock

1. Prepositional phrase. (idiomatic) Under scrutiny; subject to critical inspection. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of In The Dock

in the air
in the altogether
in the bag
in the ballpark
in the bargain
in the beginning
in the black
in the blink of an eye
in the buff
in the cards
in the clear
in the crosshairs
in the dark
in the dock (current term)
in the doghouse
in the driver's seat
in the dumps
in the end
in the eyes of
in the face of
in the family way
in the fast lane
in the final analysis
in the first place
in the flesh
in the flesh(p)
in the future
in the game

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