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intertwine, intertwined, intertwining, intertwines.transitive.and- intransitive verbs
to join or become joined by twining together; to entwine
intertwinement.noun

import.noun, plural.imports
meaning; signification; importance; significance (taking on a partner is a decision of far-reaching import; teenyboppers often don't take their parents' advice to be of any great import); to have importance for; something imported (they imported cotton shirts from both Bangladesh and India); the act or occupation of importing goods or materials (an importer of cayenne pepper)
importability, importer.nouns
importable.adjective
import, imported, importing, imports.verbs
intransitive verb use.to be significant
transitive verb use.to bring or carry in from an outside source, especially to bring in goods or materials from a foreign country for trade or sale; to carry or hold the meaning of; signify (we place high import on weather changes in the travel industry as those changes connote either an increase or decrease in income); to imply
importation.noun, plural.importations
the act or business of importing; the condition or process of being imported; something imported; an import item

important.adjective
strongly affecting the course of events or the nature of things; if something is important to you it is presently in your mind and you are concerned with it in some way; it has meaning toward something for you and/or others you care about; significant (close friends who are important to me); something that is important is very.significant, is highly valued or is necessary (it's important to answer her questions as honestly as you know how to; it was important that he rest)
importantly.adverb
importance.noun
the quality or condition of being important; significance

inflict, inflicted, inflicting, inflicts.transitive verbs
to inflict harm or damage on someone or something means to make them suffer it; to deal or mete out (something punishing or burdensome); impose (a storm that inflicted widespread damage; inflicted heavy losses on the enemy; to afflict
inflicter or inflictor.noun
inflictive.adjective
infliction.noun
the act or process of imposing or meting out something unpleasant; something, such as punishment, that is imposed

incoherent.adjective
lacking cohesion, connection or harmony; not coherent (incoherent fragments of a story); unable to think or express one's thoughts in a clear or orderly manner (incoherent with grief)
incoherently.adverb
incoherentness.noun

indulge, indulged, indulging, indulges.transitive verbs
to yield to the desires and whims of, especially to an excessive degree; yield to; gratify (indulge a craving for chocolate; indulged herself with idle daydreams); pamper
indulger.noun

indulgent.adjective
showing, characterized by or given to indulgence; lenient (indulgent grandparents)
indulgently.adverb
indulgence.noun
the act or an instance of indulging; gratification (indulgence of every whim); the state of being indulgent ("Oh, sure Johnny", his mom said, "you can go and do whatever you want and is there anything else I can do for you Johnny?" She obsequiously.pandered to his fancies and likings); liberal or lenient treatment; tolerance; the act of indulging in something (indulgence in irresponsible behavior); something indulged in (sports cars are an expensive indulgence); self indulgence (a life of wealth and indulgence)
indulgence, indulgenced, indulgencing, indulgences.transitive verbs
to attach an indulgence to

insurgence.noun
the action or an instance of rebellion; an insurrection

insurgency.noun, plural.insurgencies
the quality or circumstance of being.rebellious; an instance of rebellion; an insurgence

insurgent.adjective
rising in revolt against civil.authority or a government in power for alleged or proof positive corruption; rebellious
insurgent.noun
one that revolts against civil authority
insurgently.adverb

inaugurate, inaugurated, inaugurating, inaugurates.transitive verbs
to induct into office by a formal.ceremony; to cause to begin (inaugurate a new office procedure); begin; dedicate (inaugurate a community center)
inaugurator.noun
inauguration.noun
a formal beginning
inaugural.adjective
of, relating.to.or.characteristic of an inauguration; initial; first (the inaugural issue of a magazine)
inaugural.noun
an inauguration; a speech given by a person being formally inducted into office

imperil, imperiled, imperiling, imperils.transitive verbs
to put into peril; endanger
imperilment.noun

incapable.adjective
lacking the necessary ability, capacity or power (incapable of carrying a tune; incapable of anthing but loving himself); unable to perform adequately; incompetent.(an incapable politician); not admitting or permitting; not susceptible.(a unique.feat, incapable of duplication
incapability.or.incapableness.noun
incapably.adverb

indubitable.adjective
too.apparent to be doubted; unquestionable
indubitably.adverb

improvise, improvised, improvising, improvises.verbs
transitive verb use.to invent, compose or recite without preparation
intransitive verb use.to invent, compose, recite or execute something offhand
improviser.noun

irregular.adjective
contrary to rule, accepted order or general practice (irregular hiring practices); not straight, uniform or symmetrical.(irregular design features); of uneven rate, occurrence or duration.(irregular interest rates); deviating from a type; atypical
irregularly.adverb
irregularity.noun,.plural.irregularities
the quality or state of being irregular; something irregular (found irregularities in weather patterns); constipation

indecorous.adjective
lacking propriety or good taste; improper
indecorously.adverb
indecorousness.noun

improper.adjective
not suited to circumstances or needs; unwanted.and.forced.affection is improper; unsuitable (improper shoes for a walk on the beach; improper medical treatment); not in keeping with conventional.mores; indecorous.(improper behavior; not consistent with established truth, fact or custom); incorrect; irregular or abnormal
improperly.adverb
improperness.noun

impropriety.noun, plural.improprieties
the quality or condition of being improper; an improper act; an improper or unacceptable usage in speech or writing

indecent.adjective
offensive to good taste; unseemly; offensive to public moral values; immodest; improper
indecently.adverb
indecency.noun, plural.indecencies
the state or quality of being unseemly or immodest; something indecent

immodest.adjective
lacking modesty; offending against sexual mores in conduct or appearance; indecent.(a bathing suit considered immodest by many); not properly restrained in expression or self assertion; boastful.(immodest claims in advertising and promotion)
immodestly.adverb
immodesty.noun

interrelate, interrelated, interrelating, interrelates.transitive and intransitive verbs
to place in or come into mutual relationship; mutual or reciprocal relation or relatedness (interrelationships of animal structure and function); the way in which two or more things or people are connected and affect each other
interrelatedness, interelation, interelations, interelationship, interelationships.nouns

immeasurable.adjective
impossible to measure; incalculable; vast; limitless
immeasurably.adverb
immeasurability.or.immeasurableness.noun

indefeasible.adjective
that cannot be annulled or made void (the condition of love is indefeasible as far as the Creator is concerned); indefeasible rights
indefeasibly.adverb
indefeasibility.noun

inflorescence.noun
a characteristic arrangement of flowers on a stem; a flower cluster; a flowering
inflorescent.adjective

inhuman.adjective
lacking.kindness, pityor compassion; cruel; deficient in emotional warmth; cold; not suited for human needs (an inhuman environment in most buildings with the unhealthy light of fluorescent lamps and filtered recirculating air); not humane
inhumanly.adverb
inhumanness.noun
inhumanity.noun,.plural.inhumanities
lack of pity or compassion; a cruel.act not normal in societies of higher consciousness, but which happens with evil.inspireddespots, such as Mussolini and Pol Pot

inextricable.adjective
so intricate or entangled as to make escape impossible (an inextricable.maze; an inextricable end of man); difficult or impossible to disentangle or untie (an inextricable tangle of threads); too involved or complicated to solve (many have an  inextricable problem understanding spiritual things from an ordinary consciousness level); unavoidable; inescapable (bound together by an inextricable fate)
inextricably.adverb
inextricability.or.inextricableness.noun

infernal.adjective
fiendish; diabolical (infernal instruments of war); abominable; awful (the infernal racket of the jackhammers
infernally.adverb

imponderable.adjective, plural.imponderables
that cannot undergo.precise.evaluation (the imponderable problems of traveling vast distances in a universe that seemingly has no end)
imponderably.adverb
imponderable, imponderability.or.imponderableness.nouns

inexpert.adjective
not expert; unskilled; if you describe someone or something as inexpert, you mean that they show a lack of skill (he was too.inexperienced and too inexpert to succeed (inexpert needlework)
inexpertly.adverb
inexpertness.noun

inexperience.noun
lack of experience; lack of the knowledge gained from experience inexperienced.adjective
a novice (an inexperienced girl at mountain climbing)
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