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implement, implemented, implementing, implements.transitive verbs
to put into practical.effect; carry out (implement the new procedures; enforce; to supply with implements)
implementation.noun,.plural.implementations
implementer.noun,.plural.implementers
implemental.adjective
serving or acting as a means or aid (the new construction digger was implemental in finishing the work on time)

implement.noun,.plural.implements
a means of achieving an end; an instrument or agent; a tool or an instrument used in doing work (a gardening implement; a tool for chopping wood such as an ax; (he makes his living as a farm implement dealer); tool

ingenious.adjective
marked by inventive skill and imagination; having or arising from an inventive or cunning mind; clever (an ingenious scheme); clever; having genius in creativity; brilliant in innovative ideas 
ingeniously.adverb
ingeniousness.noun
ingenuity.noun,.plural.ingenuities
originality, inventive; cleverness; talented; skillful in doing something; inventive skill or imagination; cleverness; imaginative and clever design or construction
synonyms.creativeness; creativity; ingeniousness; invention; inventiveness; skill; skillfulness; aptitude; adroitness; expertise

ingenuous.adjective
lacking in sophistication; artless; innocently and openly straightforward or frank; candid.; naive; honest 
ingenuously.adverb
ingenuousness.noun

ingénue.noun,.plural.ingénues
an artless, innocent girl or young woman; a refreshing unsophisticated young woman

incompatible.adjective
incapable of associating or blending or of being associated or blended because of disharmony, incongruity, or antagonism.(incompatible views in politics)
incompatible.noun
one that is incompatible
incompatibleness.noun
incompatibly.adverb

incompatibility.noun,.plural.incompatibilities
the state or quality of being incompatible; mutually.exclusive or antagonistic qualities or things

inconsistent.adjective
displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially (not regular or predictable); erratic.(inconsistent behavior); lacking in correct logical relation; contradictory.(inconsistent statements); not in agreement or harmony; incompatible (an intersection inconsistent with the road map)
inconsistently.adverb

inconsistency.noun,.plural.inconsistencies
if there are inconsistencies in two things observed, one cannot be true if the other is true; inconsistent behavior is when someone keeps changing their behaviour, reactions etc so that other people become confused, like, 'what is she doing'?; the state or quality of being inconsistent; something inconsistent (inconsistencies in life are to learn from); incongruous, incompatible, discordant, uncongenial, discrepant

interstice.noun,.plural.interstices
a space, especially a small or narrow one, between things or parts (there is a gleam of luminous gold, where the sinking western sun has found a first direct interstice in the clouds)

interstitial.adjective
relating to, occurring in, or affecting interstices
Anatomy:.relating to or situated in the small, narrow spaces between tissues or parts of an organ (interstitial cells; interstitial fluid)
interstitially.adverb

ism.noun,.plural.isms
a distinctive.doctrine, system or theory, such as these:

Democracy
a system of control of government, where citizens in each state (region, district, area) hold the supreme authority, and are the primary source of political power; government officials elected by majority vote, where each, are representatives held accountable to those who elected them, and can only rule within guidelines and with constrains approved by the majority of citizens 

Republic
a name used to designate an alternate political group holding basically the same principles as that of Democracy

Communism
a system of government where the populace, when right, are corrected by propaganda or force; according to the former director of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover, it's."the revolutionary materialistic ideology used by its adherents to justify their efforts by any and all means for the forcible establishment of a worldwide.\ Totalitarian.social order."
   Wherever communism has been tried, the State does not wither away. It stays on to terrorize the people and no one but the State has any rights or wealth that is significant. Vladimir Lenin during Russia's infamous Bolshevik Revolution."The goal of socialism is communism."
   Really, it's an economic system characterized by no individual property rights, and a system of 'liberal' government in which the state plans and controls, or tries as best they can to control, the economy and a single often authoritarian party holds power, claiming to make progress toward a 'higher social order' in which all goods are equally shared by the people (some countries utilize a systme of 'transfer payments'). It's all a progression towards the majority of wealth produced ending up through the application of business and people control methods, into the hands of the few.
   Norman Thomas, six-time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America, who died in 1968, made that pretty clear when he said."The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism, but under the name of liberalism they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program until one day America will be a socialist nation without ever knowing how it happened."

Socialism
a system allowing those in it the opportunity correct the majority of the peoples' wishes for primary benefit to those coming up with a corrective ideal.

Liberalism
a Socialism offshoot, being, a system of government where the government rules by parliamentary dictatorship and the people are propagandized into believing they are free and have it as good as it can get

Anarchism
an opportunity for government to show who is correct

Capitalism
an opportunity for government to make money on the production of others; brings sophisticated slavery into vogue - earn $28. an hour while having to exist within a $40. an hour environment; where corporations would rather pay taxes to the fed than to employees who in turn would spend into society, where it would eventually be taxed back anyhow

Collectivism
an opportunity for government to make money on the distribution of goods and services

Individualism
an excuse for the state to interfere with the freedom of persons within it

impend, impended, impending, impends.intransitive verbs
about to take place; impending doom; imminent

intact.adjective
remaining sound, entire, or uninjured; not impaired in any way; complete
intactly.adverb
intactness.noun

interpose, interposed, interposing, interposes.verbs
transitive verb use-to insert or introduce between parts; to place (oneself) between; to introduce or interject (a comment, for example) during discourse or a conversation; introduce; to exert (influence or authority) in order to interfere or intervene (interpose one's veto)
intransitive verb use-to come between; to come between the parties in a dispute; intervene; to insert a remark, a question, or an argument
interposal, interposer, interposition.nouns

instigate, instigated, instigating, instigates.transitive verbs
to urge on; goad; to stir up; foment; incite
instigation.noun,.plural.instigations
instigator.noun,.plural.instigators
instigative.adjective

intrude, intruded, intruding, intrudes.transitive verbs
thrusting or coming in without permission; to put or force in inappropriately, especially without invitation, fitness, or permission (intruded opinion into a factual report); without consent or approval; intrude suggests violation of another's privacy; obtrude
intransitive verb use.to come in rudely or inappropriately; enter as an improper or unwanted element
intruder.noun,.plural.intruders

intrusive.adjective
intruding or tending to intrude; intrusive implies a tactless or otherwise objectionable thrusting into others' affairs (tried to be helpful without being intrusive)
Linguistics:.epenthetic
intrusively.adverb
intrusiveness.noun

intrusion.noun,.plural.intrusions
the act of intruding or the condition of being intruded on; an inappropriate or unwelcome addition; infringe

invariable.adjective
not changing or subject to change; constant
invariably.adverb
invariability.or.invariableness.noun

illuminate.(pronounced 'il loo min it').noun,.plural.illuminates
one who has an unusual degree of enlightenment

illuminate.(pronounced 'il loo min ate' {ate the apple}), illuminated, illuminating, illuminates.verbs
transitive verb use.to make understandable; clarify; to enlighten intellectually or spiritually; enable to understand; to provide or brighten with light; to decorate or hang with lights
intransitive verb use.to become lighted; glow; to provide intellectual or spiritual enlightenment and overstanding
illuminatingly.adverb
illumination.noun
the act of illuminating; the state of being illuminated; a source of light; spiritual or intellectual enlightenment

illumine, illumined, illumining, illumines.transitive verbs
to give light to; illuminate
illuminable.adjective

ineffectual.adjective
insufficient to produce a desired effect (an ineffectual effort to to transfer to another location); useless; worthless (ineffectual medical treatments for illnesses); lacking effectiveness
ineffectually.adverb
ineffectuality.or.ineffectualness.nouns
ineffective.adjective
not producing an intended.effect; ineffectual (an ineffective approach); inadequate; incompetent (an ineffective teacher) ineffectively.adverb
ineffectiveness.noun

insecure.adjective
not sure or certain; doubtful (facing an insecure future due to corporate corruption); inadequately guarded or protected; unsafe; not firm or fixed; unsteady (an insecure foothold); lacking emotional stability; not well-adjusted (an insecure relationship); lacking confidence; plagued by anxiety (had always felt insecure at parties)
insecurely.adverb
insecureness, insecurity.nouns

incomplete.adjective
not complete; unfinished; in football, a pass not caught or not caught in the bounds outside the playing area (an incomplete forward pass)
incompletely.adverb
incompletion.or.incompleteness.noun
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