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immoral.adjective
contrary to established moral principles
immorally.adverb
immorality.noun,.plural.immoralities
the quality or condition of being immoral; an immoral act or practice

impure, impurer, impurest.adjectives
not pure or clean; contaminated; unclean; immoral or obscene; mixed with another, usually inferior substance; adulterated; not consistent in grammar, vocabulary, idiom or usage (an impure style)
impurely.adverb
impureness.noun
impurity.noun,.plural.impurities
the quality or condition of being impure; contamination or pollution; lack of consistency or homogeneity; adulteration; a state of immorality; sin; something that renders something else impure, such as food being genetically modified; an inferior component or additive, such as artificial colorings and flavorings, preservatives, etc.

intergrade, intergraded, intergrading, intergrades.intransitive verbs
to merge into each other in a series of stages, forms or types
intergrade.noun
a transitional stage, form or type
intergradation.noun,.plural.intergradations

indiscreet.adjective
lacking discretion; injudicious (an indiscreet remark)
indiscreetly.adverb
indiscreetness.noun
indiscretion.noun,.plural.indiscretions
lack of discretion; an indiscreet act or remark

iota.noun,.plural.iotas
a very small amount; a bit (not an iota of truth to that tale)

insult, insulted, insulting, insults.verbs
transitive verb use.to treat with gross insensitivity, insolence.or.contemptuous rudeness; to offend; to affront or demean-(an absurd speech that insulted the intelligence of the audience)
intransitive verb use.to behave arrogantly; to give offense (an offhanded comment that was not intended to insult, but nevertheless did)
insult.noun,.plural.insults
an offensive action or remark
insultingly.adverb
insulter.noun,.plural.insulters

incapacitate, incapacitated, incapacitating, incapacitates.transitive verbs
to deprive of strength or ability; disable; to make legally ineligible; disqualify incapacitation.noun

introspection.noun
contemplation of one's own thoughts, feelings and sensations; self-examination
introspectional.adjective

introspect, introspected, introspecting, introspects. intransitive verbs
to engage in introspection; to look into
introspectively.adverb
introspective.adjective
introspectiveness.noun

inutile.adjective.(pronounciation 'in you tul')
lacking in utility or serviceability; not useful
inutilely.adverb
inutility.noun,.plural.inutilities

imprudent.adjective
unwise or indiscreet; not prudent

intreat.also.entreat.noun,.plural.intreats.also.entreats
intreated (entreated), intreating (entreating), intreats (entreats).intransitive verbs
to act from the heart with an accommodating.manner toward others; to make an earnest request of; to ask for in kindness; if you intreat someone to do something, you ask them very politely and seriously to do it (she intreated them to delay their departure; he earnestly intreated that we don't get caught in wintery roads without clothes warm enough for any emergency); intreat is to ask someone in a concerned way to do something for you); petition for
intreatingly (entreatingly).adverb
intreatingly (entreatment).noun

impart, imparted, imparting, imparts.transitive verbs
to grant a share of; bestow.(impart a subtle flavor); impart some advice; to make known; to add to

imprecise.adjective
not precise
imprecisely.adverb
imprecision.noun,.plural.imprecisions

incarcerate, incarcerated, incarcerating, incarcerates.transitive verbs
to put into jail; to shut in; confine
incarceration.noun,.plural.incarcerations
incarcerator.noun,.plural.incarcerators

invincible.adjective
incapable of being overcome or defeated; unconquerable; inviolable
invincibility.or.invincibleness.noun
invincibly.adverb

indomitable.adjective
incapable of being overcome, subdued.or.vanquished; unconquerable
indomitability.or.indomitableness.noun
indomitably.adverb

ion.noun,.plural.ions
an atom or a group of atoms that has acquired a net electric charge by gaining or losing one or more electrons; also explained as an atom which has been given a positive or negative force by adding or taking away an electron; Greek for ion means something that goes
ionize, ionized, ionizing, ionizes.transitive and.intransitive verb
to convert or be converted totally or partially into ions
ionizer.noun,.plural.ionizers
ionization.noun,.plural.ionizations
the formation of or separation into ions by heat, electrical discharge, radiation or chemical.reaction; the state of being ionized

ignite, ignited, igniting, ignites.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to burn; to set fire to; to subject to great heat; to arouse the passions of; excite
intransitive verb use.to begin to burn; to begin to glow
ignitable.or.ignitible.adjective
igniter.or.ignitor.noun,.plural.igniters.or.ignitors
ignition.noun,.plural.ignitions
ignition is the process of something starting to burn; in a car engine, the ignition is the part where the fuel is ignited (when you turn the key in the ignition switch the engine starts); the raising of a substance to its ignition point, as by electric current, friction or mechanical shock; an electrical system, typically powered by a battery or magneto, that provides the spark to ignite the fuel mixture in an internal combustion engine; a switch that activates this system usually with a key

inexcusable.adjective
impossible to excuse or justify; unpardonable (inexcusable behavior for an official supposedly representing the people who put him in control over them)
inexcusableness.noun
inexcusably.adverb

inflammation.noun,.plural.inflammations
the act of inflaming or the state of being inflamed; a localized protective reaction of tissue to irritation, injury or infection, characterized by pain, redness, swelling and sometimes loss of function

inflame, inflamed, inflaming, inflames.verbs
transitive verb use.to arouse to passionate feeling or action (the mayor's public spending habits inflamed the entire community); intensify; to cause the skin to redden or grow hot, as from strong emotion; to turn red or make glow (great bonfires inflamed the night); producing inflammation in (a tissue or an organ); to set on fire; kindle
intransitive verb use.to become excited or aroused; to be affected by inflammation
inflamer.noun

intermittent.adjective
stopping and starting at intervals; periodic; alternately containing and empty of water (an intermittent lake; intermittent sunny periods)
intermittently.adverb
intermittence.noun,.plural.intermittences

introvert, introverted, introverting, introverts.transitive verbs
to turn or direct inward
introvert.noun,.plural.introverts

infringe, infringed, infringing, infringes.verbs
transitive verb use.to transgress or exceed the limits of; violate (infringe on property); intrude
intransitive verb use.to encroach on someone or something; engage in trespassing (an increased workload that infringed on his personal life); to come within the fringe
infringer.noun,.plural.infringers
infringement.noun,.plural.infringements
a violation, as of a law, a regulation or an agreement; a breach; an encroachment, as of a right or privilege

indemnify, indemnified, indemnifying, indemnifies.transitive verbs
to protect against damage, loss or injury; insure; to make compensation to for damage, loss or injury suffered
indemnifier.noun,.plural.indemnifiers

indemnification.noun,.plural.indemnifications
the act of indemnifying; the condition of being indemnified; something that indemnifies; a compensation for loss

indentation.noun,.plural.indentations
the act of indenting; the condition of being indented; the blank space between a margin and the beginning of an indented line; a notch or jagged cut in an edge; a recess, as in a border or coastline

indent, indented, indenting, indents.verbs
transitive verb use.to set the first line of a paragraph, for example, in from the margin; to make notches, grooves or holes in wood, for example, for the purpose of mortising; a notch or jagged cut in an edge; a recess, as in a border or coastline
intransitive verb use.to make or form an indentation
indent.noun,.plural.indents
the act of indenting or the condition of being indented; a blank space before the beginning of an indented line (a two-pica indent) indent, indented, indenting, indents.transitive verbs
to make a dent in (a bay that indents the southern coast); to impress a design for example; an indentation

ignorance.noun
the condition of being uneducated, unaware or uninformed; (*)
ignorant.adjective
lacking education or knowledge; unaware or uninformed (we are all ignorant of things we have not learnt)
ignorantly.adverb

ignoramus.noun,.plural.ignoramuses
an ignorant person

interlace, interlaced, interlacing, interlaces.verbs
transitive verb use.to connect by or as if by lacing together; interweave; to intersperse; intermix (interlaced the testimony with half-truths)
intransitive verb use.to intertwine
interlacement.noun,.plural.interlacements

interweave, interwove, interwoven, interweaving, interweaves.verbs
transitive verb use.to weave together; to blend together; intermix
intransitive verb use.to intertwine
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