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ill.adjective
worse, worst; not healthy; sick; not quite normal; unsound (an ill condition of body/mind); resulting in suffering; distressing: ill effects of vaccines and subtle.poisonings); having evil.intentions; ascribing an objectionable.quality (holds an ill view of that group); harmful; not favorable
ill.adverb
worse, worst; in a sickly or unsound.manner; not well
ill.noun,.plural.ills
disaster, distress or harm; something that causes suffering; trouble (the social ills of urban life; the guilt from sin can make one ill)

ill at ease.adjective
nervously.uncomfortable

ill-bred.adjective
if you say that someone is ill-bred, you mean that they have bad manners and that you disapprove of them; uncouth; bullish; badly brought up or showing bad upbringing, such as a bully; impolite; crude; lacking in refinement or grace

ill-conceived.adjective
poorly conceived or planned (an ill-conceived plan it was to head into the mountains for a hike in winter)

ill-tempered.or.bad-tempered.adjective
having a bad.temper; irritable (he's an angry person who flies off the handle when he doesn't agree with what you said)
ill-temperedly.adverb

ill will.noun
unfriendly feeling; enmity

illness,.plural.illnesses
dis-ease of body or mind; poor health; sickness; a dis- ease, meaning not at ease

impossible.adjective
incapable.of having existence or of occurring; not capable of being accomplished (an impossible goal space travel is using the firecraker approach of burning fossil fuels to reach other other dimensions)
impossibly.adverb
impossibility.noun,.plural.impossibilities
the condition or quality of being impossible; something impossible

incalculable.adjective
impossible to calculate; something that is incalculable cannot be calculated or estimated because it is so great (a massive amount of incalculable figures); too great to be calculated or reckoned (the Creator has provided incalculable wealth, more than enough for everyone on Earth); impossible to foresee; unpredictable
incalculably.adverb
incalculability.or.incalculableness.noun

immaculate.adjective
impeccably clean; spotless; free from stain or blemish (immaculate skin; an immaculate white dress); pure; free from fault or error (an immaculate record of honesty and transparency); having no markings
immaculately.adverb
immaculateness.noun

immovable.adjective
impossible to move; incapable of movement; unyielding in principle, purpose or adherence; steadfast
immovable.noun,.plural.immovables
one that cannot move or be moved; property such as a house that generally cannot be moved; real property
immovability.or.immovableness.noun
immovably.adverb

inflate, inflated, inflating, inflates.verbs
transitive verb use.to fill something with air or gas so as to make it swell (filled up the balloons for the party; blew up the tire that was leaking); to enlarge or amplify; aggrandize; to raise or expand; exaggerate; to cause a currency or an economy to undergo inflation
intransitive verb use.to become inflated
inflater.noun,.plural.inflaters

inflationary.adjective
of, associated with or tending to cause inflation (inflationary prices; inflationary policies)
inflationary spiral.noun,.plural.inflationary spirals
a trend toward ever higher levels of inflation primarily as a result of continuing interactive increases in wages and prices
inflationist.noun,.plural.inflationists
an advocate of the policy of deliberate inflation achieved by increasing the supply of available currency and credit
inflationism.noun
inflationist.adjective

inflation.noun
the act of inflating or the state of being inflated (we inflated the tire that was leaking a bit of air); a persistent increase in the level of consumer prices or a decline in the purchasing power of money, caused by what has been assumed to be an increase in available currency and credit beyond the proportion of available goods and services, but that's not necessarily what causes inflation; Germany and Japan have historically had the lowest interest rates and the lowest rates of inflation; you've heard it 'We have to raise interest rates to control inflation'. And with this it is assumed that too much spending has produced inflation, that too much money is chasing too few goods, however, Germany, Japan, China and Russia have public banks. So does the American state North Dakota. And so did the nation of Canada, with the ATB in Alberta. In addition, the Bank of Canada's original mandate was to be that of a public bank for all Canadians. But that changed with the onset of the controlled, not by Canadians, but by Europeans behind the present big Canadian banks and similarly in other countries where major shareholders are beyond the borders of the country they are in. So we have crushing compound interest (type into Google), rising debt and the heartaches it brings. Germany and Japan have for decades had the lowest inflation rates and the lowest interest rates, but large banking complexes have infiltrated them as well and are taking an ever increasing bite towards control of the entire world financially and otherwise. Iceland and other wise countries have taken or are in process of taking action against this corruption. 

The true cause of inflation is not enough money in circulation to pay all that is owing. Money to pay the punishing interest was never put in circulation, so it's more of a control mechanism, keeping people under the thumb of those desiring to do so for their own purposes. Money used as a weapon upon those ignorant of better ways to use it for benefit of a nation. Due to a corrupt and seriously flawed money system that creates currency out of 'thin air', nothing bad about that alone, but it's created on the credit side (credit to them) of a ledger sheet and then loaded, with of all things, interest, interest that used to be 'simple interest', but now is 'compounding interest', a captivitity of sort (find out more compounding interest in the video Money As Debt. To make it worse, the money didn't even exist until the person borrowing it puts his signature on an agreement, an agreement such as a mortgage, credit card, etc., which says in effect 'thank you Mr./Mrs. borrower for creating the money by your signature and for signing that you agree to pay us back three to four times of it over the next 25 years of your mortgage'. All this takes a bank a few minutes or so to do in putting the figures into a computer, but you are obligated by putting up collateral, perhaps the house you just got or the vehicle, perhaps the family farm that 6 generations have worked on to improve. Such a con job, this putting up your collateral for money that you, yourself are creating. And no fault to those doing the con job; you agreed to it! Not a bad deal for those benefitting immensely from the creation. It's no wonder people go bankrupt as there is never enough currency in circulation to pay off the debt and the interest? And that\s known, but all you hear about are platitudes like 'balancing the budget'. Some people know the difference between the debt and the budget. So a country's debt has to continue to rise, thus, the true cause of inflation. 

To help make this all palatable to a bamboozled public, the lie of loaning other peoples' money is heard. No bankbook has every shown an entry from a supposed loaning out of someone else's money, nor has your credit card or mortage identified just where and who allegedly advanced any funds. Fact is by law, banks cannot loan out depositors' money. Taking the con up another notch without the watchful eye of the public, now it's no longer even a depositor's' money. When you put it in a bank, it becomes their money and you are reduced to their contol of it and then listed by them as a creditor which they can deal with as instructed by those shareholders controlling bank policies. Have those policies been good for you and for the country? Well, are you 'going up' or down or just going 'all around' in the swim of things financial? Is the country in or out of debt? Are you in or out of debt? Do we have increases here and there on everying imaginable or not? Have you been left to stew in your distrust? Thank God it's all changing and you can accelerate it. How? There were and are, some good and very smart people who have been looking out for the betterment of others. To them, living or passed on, we are thankful. And it's good to overstand why this all is happening.

improve, improved, improving, improves.verbs
transitive verb use.to raise to a more desirable or more excellent quality or condition; make better; to increase the beauty, productivity or value of persons, land or property)
intransitive verb use.to become better; to make beneficial additions or changes
improvement.noun,.plural.improvements
the act or process of improving; the condition of being improved; a change or an addition that improves

inaccessible.adjective
not accessible; unapproachable (inaccessible politicians and executives)
inaccessibly.adverb
inaccessibility.noun

interdependent.adjective
mutually.dependent
interdependence.or.interdependency.noun

inn.noun,.plural.inns
a public.lodging house serving food and drink to travelers; a hotel; a tavern or restaurant

in.adverb
to or toward the inside (opened the door and stepped in; we're heading out in an hour); so as to include or incorporate (fold in the egg whites); to as to occupy a position of success or favor (was voted in)
in.adjective
located inside; inner; incoming; inward (took the in bus); currently fashionable (the in thing to wear this season); concerned with or attuned to the latest fashions (the in crowd)
in.noun
if you put something in a container, you move it so that it is enclosed by the container (he was in his car; clothes hanging in the wardrobe); one that has position, influence or power (the ins against the outs); influence (had an in with another company)
in.preposition
within the limits, bounds or area of (the branch hit her in the face; born in the spring; a chair in the garden); from the outside to a point within; into (threw the empty package in the wastebasket); to or at a situation or condition of (was split in two; in debt; a woman in love); having the activity, occupation or function of (a life in carpentry; who is in command here?); during the act or process of (almost tripped in racing for the bus); by means of (paid in cash); made with or through the medium of (a statue in bronze; a note written in German); with reference to (six inches in depth; has faith in your judgment); used to indicate the second and larger term of a ratio or proportion (saved only one in ten)
in turn.adverb
(in proper order or sequence (talked to each person in turn)
in a sense.adverb
also in some respects; in other words; in spite of; in the first place
in store.adjective
in readiness; awaiting (when you come and visit you will have a present waiting)
in for.idiom
guaranteed to get or have (you're in for a big happy surprise)
in that
for the reason that; in this or that regard means
in connection with the point previously mentioned; in or into that thing or place (the ball glove is in that cupboard)

insular.adjective
of, relating.to.or.constituting an island; living or located on an island; suggestive of the isolated life of an island
insularism.or.insularity.noun
insularly.adverb

insulate, insulated, insulating, insulates.transitive verbs
if a person or group is insulated from the rest of society or from influences, outside of them, they are protected from them (smaller towns wonder if their community is no longer insulated from big city problems; their wealth had insulated them from reality); to insulate something such as a building means to protect it from cold or noise by covering it or surrounding it in a thick layer substance such as a proper.type of insulation (in colder regions houses are usually insulated with a outside wrapping and just inside of that, a thicker type of insulation material; are your hot and cold water pipes well insulated?); if a piece of equipment is insulated, it is covered with rubber or plastic to prevent electricity passing through it and giving the person using it an electric shock (in order to make it safe, electrical wires have insulation on them) the element is electrically insulate; to prevent the passage of heat, electricity or sound into or out of, especially by surrounding with a nonconducting material)

insulation.noun,.plural.insulations
a material or substance used in insulating (soundproof cork insulation; a layer of trapped air that serves as insulation); insulation is a thick layer of a substance that keeps something warm, especially a building); the act of insulating or the state of being insulated

ingress.also.ingression.noun
a going in or entering; right or permission to enter; a means or place of entering
ingressive.adjective
of, relating.to.or.involving ingress
Grammar:.inchoative
Linguistics:.of, designating or being a speech sound produced with an inhalation of breath
ingressive.noun,.plural.ingressives
ingressiveness.noun

inchoative.adjective
beginning; initial
Grammar:.of or being a verb or verbal form that designates the beginning of an action, a state or an event
inchoative.noun,.plural.inchoatives
inchoatively.adverb

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