In-and-outer



[in-uh nd-ou-ter, -uh n-] /ˈɪn əndˈaʊ tər, -ən-/

noun
1.
a person who is by turns in and out of a particular situation, condition, venture, investment, etc.

noun

An erratic performer: 30 knockouts among his 52 victories, but he has been an in-and-outer (1905+)

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