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intercede, interceded, interceding, intercedes.intransitive verbs
to plead on another's behalf; to act as mediator in a dispute
interceder.noun,.plural.interceders

intercession.noun
entreaty in favor of another, especially a prayer or petition to the Creator in behalf of another; mediation in a dispute; to intervene; to intercede
intercessional.adjective
intercessor, intercessory.nouns

interlinear.adjective
inserted between the lines of a text, used often for word by word translations; written or printed with different languages or versions in alternating lines

impeccable.adjective
having no flaws; perfect
impeccably.adverb
impeccability.noun

interpolate, interpolated, interpolating, interpolates.verbs
transitive verb use.to insert or introduce between other elements or parts; to insert material into a text; to insert into a conversation; introduce; to change by introducing new material
Mathematics:.to estimate a value of (a function or series) between two known values
intransitive verb use.to make insertions or additions
interpolation, interpolator.nouns
interpolative.adjective

inquire.also.enquire, inquired.also.enquired, inquiring.also.enquiring, inquires.also.enquires.verbs
welcome to the very confusing, but also descriptive English language, where the 'e' worked well for the meaning of the word, why on Earth change it to an 'i'? (go figure), more ridiculous examples
intransitive uses.to seek information by asking a question (inquired about prices)
transitive verb uses.to ask about
inquire after.phrasal verb.also.enquire after
to ask about
inquiringly.adverb.also.enquiringly
inquirer.also.enquirer.noun,.plural.inquirers.also.enquirers

inquiry.also enquiry.noun,.plural.inquiries.also.enquiries
the act of inquiring; a question; a query

Islam.noun
a monotheistic (belief in one God) religion characterized by the acceptance of the doctrine of submission to God and Mohammed as the chief and last prophet of God; the people or nations that practice Islam; the Moslem world; the civilization based on Islam; (Arabic 'islam', meaning submission, from 'aslama', meaning to surrender, resign oneself, from Syriac ašlem)
Islamic.adjective

imbecile.noun
a stupid or silly person; a dolt; a person whose mental acumen is well below par; a person of moderate to severe mental retardation having a mental age of from three to seven years and generally being capable of some degree of communication and performance of simple tasks under supervision
imbecilely.adverb
imbecilic.adjective
stupid; silly; well below par in mental acumen

insane.adjective
of, exhibiting or afflicted with insanity; characteristic of or associated with persons afflicted with insanity; not sane
insanely.adverb
insaneness.noun
insanity.noun,.plural.insanities
persistent mental disorder or derangement; unsoundness of mind, either unsane or insane, sufficient in others judgment to render a person unfit to maintain a contractual or other legal relationship or to warrant commitment to a mental health facility

iniquitous.adjective
characterized by iniquity; wicked; sin
iniquitously.adverb
iniquitousness.noun
iniquity.noun,.plural.iniquities
trouble, wickedness and sorrow from twisted thinking; actions proceeding from selfishness; immorality or injustice; unjust, harmful; ungodly; compare word 'sin'; compare word 'transgression'

insubordinate.adjective
not submissive to instructions of benefit (has a history of insubordinate behavior by avoiding advice)
insubordinately.adverb
insubordinate, insubordination.nouns

instability.noun,.plural.instabilities
lack of physical stability; unsteadiness; the quality or condition of being erratic or undependable (emotional instability; political instability)

indiscriminate.adjective
not making or based on careful distinctions; unselective (an indiscriminate shopper; indiscriminate taste in music); if you describe an action as indiscriminate, you are critical of it because it does not involve any careful thought or choice (the indiscriminate use of fertilizers is damaging to the environment); widespread; wholesale (indiscriminate cut rate goods; the indiscriminate use of vaccinations and pesticides); random; haphazard.(an indiscriminate assortment of used books for sale); a confused array; chaotic.(the indiscriminate policies of the previous administration); unrestrained or wanton; profligate: indiscriminate spending
indiscriminately.adverb
indiscriminateness.noun

impromptu.adjective
prompted by the occasion rather than being planned in advance (an impromptu party; an impromptu speech); spoken, performed, done or composed with little or no preparation; extemporaneous (a few impromptu remarks)
impromptu.adverb
with little or no preparation; extemporaneously
impromptu.noun
something, such as a speech, that is made or done extemporaneously
Music:.a short lyrical.composition especially for the piano

interpret, interpreted, interpreting, interprets.verbs
transitive verb use.to explain the meaning of (interpreted the foreign student's remarks; she interpreted his words as being from a good heart devoid of being ulteriorly.motivated by listening to his vocal.inflections); to translate orally
intransitive verb use.to offer an explanation; to serve as an interpreter for speakers of different languages
interpretable.adjective
interpretability.or.interpretableness.noun

interpreter.nounnoun,.plural.interpreters
one who one who translates orally from one language into another

interpretation.noun,.plural.interpretations
the act or process of interpreting; a result of interpreting; an explanation of a work of literature, painting, music or other art form; an exegesis; a performer's distinctive personal version of a song, dance, piece of music or role; a rendering
interpretational.adjective

intemperance.noun
lack of temperance, as in the indulgence of an appetite or a passion; excessive use of alcoholic beverages

intemperate.adjective
not temperate or moderate; excessive, especially in the use of alcoholic beverages
intemperately.adverb
intemperateness.noun

impenetrable.adjective
impossible to penetrate or enter (an impenetrableness of outer space); if you describe something such as a barrier or a forest as impenetrable, you mean that it is impossible or very difficult to get through; if you describe.something such as a book or a theory as impenetrable, you are emphasizing that it is impossible or very difficult to overstand
impenetrably.adverb
impenetrability.noun
the quality or condition of being impenetrable
impenetrableness.noun

indistinct.adjective
not clearly or sharply delineated.(an indistinct pattern; indistinct shapes in the fog); faint; dim (indistinct stars); hazy, vague.(an indistinct memory; an indistinct notion of how to proceed); difficult to understand or make out (indistinct speech)
indistinctly.adverb
indistinctness.noun

immemorial.adjective
reaching beyond the limits of memory, tradition or recorded history
immemorially.adverb

invite, invited, inviting, invites.transitive verbs
to ask for the presence or participation of (invite friends to dinner; invite writers to a conference); to request (invited us to be seated); to welcome; encourage (invite questions from the audience)
invitation.noun,.plural.invitations
the actof inviting; a spoken or written request for someone's presence or participation; an allurement, enticement or attraction

individual.adjective
of.or.relating.to an individual, especially a single human being (individual consciousness); by or for one person (an individual portion); existing as a distinct.entity; separate (individual drops of rain); marked by or expressing individuality; distinctive or individualistic (an individual way of dressing); particular (each variety of melon has its individual flavor and texture)
individual.noun,.plural.individuals
a single human being considered apart from a society or community (individuals who think they have rights, which are only privileges.granted); a human being regarded as a unique personality (always treated her clients with attention to their individuality); a single animal or plant as distinguished from a species, community or group
individually.adverb

individualize, individualized, individualizing, individualizes.transitive verbs
to give individuality to; to consider or treat individually; particularize; to modify to suit the wishes or needs of a particular individual (individualized the work schedules of all persons in the company they collectively owned)
individualization.noun,.plural.individualizations
individuality.noun,.plural.individualities
the aggregate of qualities and characteristics that distinguish one person or thing from others; character (choices that were intended to express his individuality such as his unique hair style); monotonous towns lacking in individuality; an individual or distinguishing feature; singularity (she was so absorbed by the moment that she lost all sense of individuality)

individualism.noun,.plural.individualisms
belief in the primary importance of the individual and in the virtues of self-reliance and personal independence; acts or an act based on this belief; advocates freedom from government regulation in the pursuit of a person's economic or social goals; individualism presents interests of the individual taking precedence over interests of the government elected by individual members of society

individualist.noun,.plural.individualists
one that asserts.individuality by independence of thought and action
individualistically.adverb
individualistic.adjective
individuate, individuated, individuating, individuates.transitive verbs
to give individuality to; individualize; to form into a separate, distinct.entity
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