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immune.adjective
not subject to an obligation.imposed on others; exempt (immune from disease because of her healthy immune system; immune from criminal prosecution); not affected by a given influence; unresponsive (immune to persuasion)
immune.noun
a person who is immune
immune response.noun
also called immune reaction; a body responding to an antigen.occurring when lymphocytes identify the antigenic molecule as foreign and induce the formation of antibodies and lymphocytes.capable of reacting with it and rendering it harmless; word is from the date 1953

immunity.noun,.plural.immunities
resistance or protection against a specified threat; the quality or condition of coming to be immune, properly by the body developing its natural defenses through experiencing childhood diseases (Sally just got over measles and chicken pox so she has developed immunity to those diseases and will not get them again as she grows into adulthood); inherited, acquired or induced.resistance to infection by a specific.pathogen; in law, an exemption from normal legal.duties, penalties or liabilities

immunology.noun
the study of the body's reaction to invaders and its waste production such as what are called viruses; the branch of biomedicine that is concerned with the structure and function of the immune system, innate and acquired.immunity, the bodily distinction of self from nonself and laboratory techniques.involving the interaction of antigens with specific.antibodies
immunologically.adverb
immunologic.or.immunological.adjective
immunologist.noun

immunize, immunized, immunizing, immunizes.transitive verbs
what's the difference between having immunity and getting a vaccination? rendered.immune; to allow immunity to develop, as by natural exposure to common childhood diseases as a child grows
Law:.to grant immunity from prosecution (immunize a witness) immunization.noun,.plural.immunizations

injection.noun
the act of injecting; something that is injected, especially a vaccine dose into the body with a needle

inject, injected, injecting, injects.transitive verbs
to force or drive a fluid into something (inject fuel into an engine cylinder; inject air into a liquid mixture; inject a vaccine concoction into the body); to introduce into conversation or consideration (injected a note of humor into the talk she gave making it lighthearted); to place into an orbit, a trajectory or a stream
injector.noun

invidious.adjective
tending to rouse.ill will, animosity or resentment: invidious.accusations; containing or implying a slight; discriminatory (invidious distinctions); envious
invidiously.adverb
invidiousness.noun

inconclusive.adjective
not conclusive (the book that I thought was finished, the publisher said was inconclusive)
inconclusively.adverb
inconclusiveness.noun

indecisive.adjective
prone to or characterized by indecision; irresolute (an indecisive manager); inconclusive (an indecisive contest); not clearly defined; indefinite (indecisive boundaries running through mountainous terrain)
indecisively.adverb
indecisiveness.noun

indecision.noun
reluctance or an inability to make up one's mind; irresolution

indispose, indisposed, indisposing, indisposes.transitive verbs
to make averse; disincline; to cause to be or feel ill; sicken; to render.unfit; disqualify

indisposition.noun
disinclination; unwillingness; a minor.ailment

invade, invaded, invading, invades.verbs
transitive verb use.to enter by force in order to conquer or pillage; to encroach or intrude on; violate; infest; to enter and permeate, especially.harmfully
intransitive verb use.to make an invasion
invader.noun,.plural.invaders
invasion.noun,.plural.invasions
the act of invading; an intrusion or encroachment; a large-scale onset of something.injurious or harmful, such as a disease

ineligible.adjective
disqualified by rule (ineligible to run for office; ineligible for benefits); unworthy of being chosen; unfit (considered her ineligible for the job); if you are ineligible for something, you are not qualified for it or entitled to it
ineligibly.adverb
ineligible.noun
one that is not eligible
ineligibility.noun

infectious.adjective
easily or readily.communicated (an infectious laugh); something capable of causing infection; caused by or capable of being transmitted by infection; caused by a pathogenic.microorganism or agent
infectiously.adverb
infectiousness.noun

infection.noun,.plural.infections
ready communication of an emotion or attitude by contact or example (her pleasant.manner infected me with its charm); an agent or a contaminated.substance.responsible for one's becoming infected by matter which the body interprets as being toxic to its organism's.normal.functioning

infect, infected, infecting, infects.transitive verbs
to contaminate with a pathogenic.microorganism or agent; to communicate a pathogen or disease to; to invade and produce infection; to contaminate or corrupt (envy that infected their thoughts; a society that was infected by enthusiasm); to affect in a contagious way

indigestible.adjective
difficult or impossible to digest (an indigestible meal, making one feel stodgy)
indigestibly.adverb
indigestibility.noun

increase, increased, increasing, increases.verbs
intransitive verb use.to become greater or larger; to multiply; reproduce
transitive verb use.to make greater or larger
increase.noun
the act of increasing (a steady increase in temperature); the amount or rate by which something is increased (increases in costs of all things must continually occur because there is not enough money in circulation to repay both the borrowed principal and the compounding interest tacked on it)
on the increase.idiom
increasing, especially in frequency of occurrence (prices should decrease with the increasing availability of organic food)
increasingly.adverb
increasable.adjective
increaser.noun
the increaser of lack comes down to the way money is created

instal also install, installed, installing, instals also installs.transitive verbs
to set in position and connect or adjust for use (installed the new furnace); to induct into an office, a rank or a position (the school installed a new librarian); to settle in an indicated place or condition; establish (installed an office in my home)
installer.noun,.plural.installers
installation.noun,.plural.installations
the act of installing; the state of being installed; an instalment; a system of machinery or other apparatus set up for use
instalment also installment.noun
one of a number of successive payments in settlement of a debt (they pay their insurance.premiums by instalments); a portion of something, such as a publication, issued at intervals; a chapter or part of a literary work presented serially
instalment also installment.noun,.plural.instalments also installments

ibex.noun,.plural.ibex or ibexes
any of several wild goats of the genus Capra native to mountainous regions of Eurasia (Europe/Asia land mass) and northern Africa and having long, ridged, backward-curving horns

inelastic.adjective
lacking.elasticity; unyielding or unadaptable; rigid; stiff
inelasticity.noun

impermanent.adjective
not lasting or durable; not permanent
impermanence.or.impermanency.noun

impale, impaled, impaling, impales.transitive verbs
to pierce with a sharp stake or point (she impaled her office notes on the sharp spindle)
impalement.noun
impaler.noun

incantation.noun,.plural.incantations
the chanting or uttering of words or sounds; a written or recited.formula of words designed to produce a particular.effect; an incantation is a series of words, unintelligible or not, that a person says or sings in order to produce an effect; words or sounds special to someone used to produce the effect the one saying these words wants to occur, an example being the under 3 minute curing of cancer by chanting; ritual.recitation of words for some purpose that has been used before and trusted now to be efficacious
incantational, incantatory.adjectives

illegal.adjective
prohibited by law; prohibited by rules (an illegal pass in football) 
illegal.noun,.plural.illegals
an illegal immigrant
illegally.adverb
illegality.noun,.plural.illegalities
the quality or state of being illegal; an illegal act
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