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irrevocable.adjective
impossible to retract or revoke-(an irrevocable decision)
irrevocability or irrevocableness.noun
irrevocably.adjective

inferior.adjective
low or lower in position order, degree or rank (captain is an inferior rank to major; the feet are inferior to the hands); low or lower in quality, value or estimation (inferior craft; felt inferior to his older sibling); second rate; poor (an inferior production); situated under or beneath
Anatomy:.located beneath or directed downward
inferior.noun,.plural.inferiors
a person regarded as being lower in rank, status or accomplishment than another
inferiority.noun

inessential.adjective
not essential; nonessential; unessential; without essence
inessential.noun
something that is not essential
inessentiality.noun

ignore, ignored, ignoring, ignores.transitive verbs
to refuse to pay attention to; disregard
ignorable.adjective
ignorer.noun,.plural.ignorers

insincere.adjective
not sincere; hypocritical
insincerely.adverb
insincerity.noun

imbibe, imbibed, imbibing, imbibes.verbs
transitive verb use.to drink; to receive and absorb into the mind; permeate; saturate
intransitive verb use.to drink beverages, often ones containing alcohol
imbiber.noun

impoverished.adjective
unable to function normally; reduced to poverty; poverty-stricken; poor; deprived of natural richness or strength; depleted.(an impoverished speech; a region impoverished by drought)
impoverish, impoverished, impoverishing, impoverishes.transitive verbs
to reduce to poverty; make poor; to deprive of natural richness or strength (impoverish the soil by overuse and forcing it with chemical fertilizers making it harder to till; a tool that impoverishes others is taking natural resources belonging to all people in an area and or region and selling them back to the people, as in electrical, gas and water utilities); deplete
impoverishment.noun

indirect.adjective
diverging from a direct course; roundabout; not proceeding straight to the point or object; not forthright and candid; devious; not directly planned for; secondary (indirect benefits)
indirectly.adverb
indirectness.noun
indirection.noun,.plural.indirections
the quality or state of being indirect; lack of straightforwardness; deviousness (obtained their goal by subtle indirection); a devious act or statement (wouldn't give us a straight answer, only hints and indirections); lack of direction; aimlessness; compare misdirection

inquisitive.adjective
curious and inquiring; inclined to investigate; eager for knowledge
inquisitively.adverb
inquisitiveness.noun

item.noun,.plural.items
a bit of information; a detail; single article or unit in a collection, an enumeration or a series; a clause of a document, such as a bill or charter; an entry in an account
item.adverb
used to introduce each article in an enumeration or a list
item, itemed, iteming, items.transitive verbs
itemize, itemized, itemizing, itemizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to set down item by item; list
intransitive verb use.to list for recapitulation
itemization, itemizer.nouns

indices.noun
plural.of index
index.noun,.plural.indexes.or.indices
something that serves to, point out or otherwise facilitate.reference, especially an alphabetized list of names, places and subjects treated in a printed work, giving the page or pages on which each item is mentioned
index, indexed, indexing, indexes.transitive verbs
to furnish with an index (index a book); to enter in an index
indexer.noun,.plural.indexers

index finger.noun,.plural.index fingers
the finger next to the thumb, also called first finger or forefinger

independent.adjective
able to act as a free man under God accountable only to principles of the universe which are all based upon the love principle; self-governing; free from the influence, guidance or control of another or others (an independent mind); not determined or influenced by someone or something else at the physical level);
Mathematics:.not dependent on other variables; of or relating to a system of equations no one of which can be derived from another equation in the system
independent.noun,.plural.independents
one that is independent
independently.adverb
on your own; without outside help (the children worked on their project independently); apart from others

independence.noun
the state or quality of being independent

irresistible.adjective
impossible to resist.(an irresistible impulse to sneeze); having an overpowering appeal (irresistible beauty)
irresistibility.or.irresistibleness.noun
irresistibly.adverb

intonate, intonated, intonating, intonates.transitive verbs
to intone; to utter with a particular tone of voice (her voice was intoned with excitement over the news of her parents coming to visit)
intone, intoned, intoning, intones.verbs
transitive verb use.to recite in a singing tone; to utter in a monotone (a one tone voice having no voice inflection)
intransitive verb use.to speak with a singing tone or with a particular.intonation
intonement, intoner.nouns
intonation.noun,.plural.intonations
the act of intoning or chanting; a manner of producing or uttering tones, especially with regard to accuracy of pitch
Linguistics:.the use of changing pitch to convey syntactic information (a questioning intonation); a use of pitch.characteristic of a speaker or dialect
intonational.adjective

invest, invested, investing, invests.verbs
transitive verb use.to endow with authority or power; to instal in office with ceremony (investing a new dictator the people didn't want is typical of totalitarianism); to spend or devote for future advantage or benefit (invested much time and energy in getting a good education); to commit (money or capital) in order to gain a financial return (invested some savings in stocks and bonds)
intransitive verb use.to make investments or an investment (invest in real estate)
investable.adjective
investor.noun
investment.noun,.plural.investments
the act of investing; an amount invested; property or another possession bought for speculation on future financial return or benefit; a commitment, as of time or support (her parents supported her investment in time toward her education)

investiture.noun
the act or formal.ceremony of conferring or taking over the authority and symbols of a high office; an adornment or a cover

incumbent.adjective
currently holding a specified office (the incumbent mayor); imposed as an obligation or a duty; obligatory (felt it was incumbent on us all to help); lying, leaning or resting on something else (incumbent rock strata)
incumbent.noun
a person who holds an office
incumbently.adverb

incriminate, incriminated, incriminating, incriminates.transitive verbs
if something incriminates you, it suggests that you are responsible for something bad; to accuse of a crime or other wrongful act; to cause to appear guilty of a crime or fault; implicate (the evidence lacked proof of incrimination)
incriminatingly.adverb
in an incriminating manner
incriminatory.adjective
incrimination.noun

illicit.adjective
not sanctioned by custom or law; unlawful
illicitly.adverb
illicitness.noun

immobile.adjective
immovable; fixed; not moving; motionless
immobility.noun

immobilize, immobilized, immobilizing, immobilizes.transitive verbs
to render.immobile; to fix the position of (a joint or fractured limb), as with a splint or cast; to impede movement or use of (severe weather immobilized the rescue team)
immobilization, immobilizer.nouns

impregnate, impregnated, impregnating, impregnates.transitive verbs
to make pregnant; inseminate
impregnation, impregnator.nouns
impregnable.adjective
capable of being impregnated (when a girl reaches the age of puberty she is able to become impregnated); able to conceive

impregnable.adjective
if you describe a building or other place as impregnable, you mean that it cannot be broken into or captured (the old Dutch fort with its thick high walls looks virtually impregnable; her attitude made her impregnable from suitors.attempting.to date her); difficult or impossible to challenge or refute with success (she had an impregnable argument)
impregnability.noun
having the strength to withstand attack; invulnerability

invulnerable.adjective
immune to attack; impregnable; virtually.impossible to damage, injure or wound
invulnerability.or.invulnerableness.noun
invulnerably.adverb

intercourse.noun,.plural.intercourses
dealings or communications between men, women, children or groups of them (the lawyer sent out intercourses in the form of an Email; sexual intercourse

instead.adverb
in the place of something previously.mentioned; as a substitute or an equivalent (having planned to drive, we walked instead); in preference; as an alternative (yearned instead for a home in the country)

interplay.noun,.plural.interplays
reciprocal action and reaction; interaction
interplay, interplayed, interplaying, interplays.intransitive verbs

intracellular.adjective
occurring or situated within a cell or cells (intracellular fluid; intracellular workings)
intracellularly.adverb
to act or react on each other; interact

intranuclear.adjective
situated or occurring within the nucleus of an atom or a cell

instrumental.adjective
serving as a means or an agency; implemental (was instrumental with his thinking in figuring out a better way); someone or something that is instrumental in a process or event helps to make it happen; of, relating to or accomplished with an instrument or a tool; in music, performed on or written for an instrument; of or relating to instrumentalism
instrumental.noun,.plural.instrumentals
Music:.a composition for one or more instruments without vocal accompaniment
instrumentally.adverb

instrumentalism.noun
a pragmatic.theory that ideas are instruments that function as guides of action, their validity being determined by the success of the action

instrument.noun,.plural.instruments
a document such as an act of parliament; something that conveys the means by which something is done; an agency; one used by another to accomplish a purpose; a dupe; an implement used to facilitate work; tool; a device for recording, measuring or controlling, especially such a device functioning as part of a control system
Music:.a device for playing or producing music (a percussion instrument; a keyboard instrument)
instrument, instrumented, instrumenting, instruments.transitive verbs
to provide or equip with instruments

instrumentation.noun,.plural.instrumentations
the application or use of instruments
Music:.the study and practice of arranging music for instruments; the arrangement or orchestration resulting from such practice; a list of instruments used in an orchestration; the study, development and manufacture of instruments as for scientific or industrial use; instruments for a specific purpose; instrumentality

instrumentality.noun,.plural.instrumentalities
the state or quality of being instrumental; a means; an agency

instrumentalist.noun,.plural.instrumentalists
one who plays an instrument
instrumentalist.adjective
of, relating to or advocating.instrumentalism
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