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iterate, iterated, iterating, iterates.transitive verbs
to say or perform again; repeat; reiterate
iteration.noun,.plural.iterations
the act or an instance of iterating; repetition
Mathematics:.a computational procedure in which the desired result is approached through a repeated cycle of operations, each of which more closely approximates the desired result
Computers:.the process of repeating a set of instructions a specified number of times or until a specific result is achieved
iterative.adjective
characterized by or involving repetition, recurrence, reiteration or repetitiousness
iterance.noun,.plural.iterances
iteration
iterant.adjective
marked by iteration; repeating

imprecate, imprecated, imprecating, imprecates.transitive verbs
to curse; to invoke evil upon
imprecator.noun,.plural.imprecators
imprecatory.adjective
imprecation.noun,.plural.imprecations
the act of imprecating; a curse

imprison, imprisoned, imprisoning, imprisons.transitive verbs
to put in or as if in prison; confine
imprisonable.adjective
imprisonment.noun

incompressible.adjective
impossible to compress; resisting compression (mounds of incompressible garbage)
incompressibility.noun,.plural.incompressibilities

interconnect, interconnected, interconnecting, interconnects.verbs
intransitive verb use.to be connected with each other (the two buildings interconnect)
transitive verb use.to connect reciprocally (tried to interconnect the two theories)
interconnectedness.noun
interconnectible or interconnectable.adjective
interconnection.noun,.plural.interconnections

insufferable.adjective
difficult to endure; intolerable
insufferably.adverb
insufferableness.noun

interloper.noun,.plural.interlopers
one that interferes with the affairs of others, often for selfish.reasons; a meddler
interlope.verb

insolvent.adjective
unable to meet debts or discharge.liabilities; bankrupt; in the state of financial.insufficiency to meet all debts; of.or.relating.to bankrupt persons or entities
insolvent.noun,.plural.insolvents
a bankrupt
insolvency.noun,.plural.insolvencies
the condition of being insolvent; an instance of being insolvent

intoxicant.noun,.plural.intoxicants
an agent that intoxicates, especially an alcoholic beverage intoxicant.adjective

intoxicate, intoxicated, intoxicating, intoxicates.verbs
transitive verb use.to stupefy or excite, as by the action of a chemical.substance such as alcohol; to stimulate or excite; to poison
intransitive verb use.to cause stupefaction, stimulation or excitement by or as if by use of a chemical substance
intoxicatingly.adverb
intoxication.noun,.plural.intoxications
intoxicative.adjective
intoxicator.noun,.plural.intoxicators

innocent.adjective
uncorrupted by evil, malice or wrongdoing; sinless (an innocent child); not guilty of a crime or offense; blameless (was innocent of all charges); within, allowed by or sanctioned by the law; lawful; not dangerous or harmful; innocuous (an innocent prank); candid; straightforward (a child's innocent stare); not experienced or worldly; naive; having no deception or guile
innocent.noun,.plural.innocents
a person, especially a child, who is free of evil or sin; a simple, guileless, inexperienced or unsophisticated person
innocently.adverb
innocency.noun,.plural.innocencies
innocence; an innocent quality or action
innocence.noun,.plural.innocences
the state, quality or virtue of being innocent; freedom from sin, moral.wrong or guilt through lack of knowledge of evil; freedom from guile, cunning or deceit; simplicity; lack of worldliness or sophistication; naiveté; lack of knowledge or understanding; ignorance; freedom from harmfulness; inoffensiveness; one that is innocent

impermeable.adjective
impossible to permeate (an impermeable fortress)
impermeability.or.impermeableness.noun
impermeably.adverb

impractical.adjective
if you describe an object, idea or course of action as impractical, you mean that it is not sensible or realistic and does not work well in practice (it was impractical to make three trips to the same grocery store for items that should have been written down before heading out); if you describe someone as impractical, you mean that they do not have the abilities or skills to do practical work such as making, repairing or organizing things (don't waste your time on impractical plans); impractical ideas are unwise to implement or maintain in practice (refloating the sunken ship proved impractical because of little overall long term benefit); unwise to implement or maintain in practice; not a part of experience, fact or practice; being impractical is being incapable of dealing.efficiently with practical.matters, such as finances (it was impractical to put so much money into a boat that would only be used a few weeks in the summer); not a part of experience, fact or practice; theoretical
impracticality.or.impracticalness.noun

imprint, imprinted, imprinting, imprints.transitive verbs
to produce a mark or pattern on a surface by pressure; to impart a strong or vivid.impression of; to fix firmly, as in the mind (he imprinted the number on his memory)
imprint.noun,.plural.imprints
to mark or pattern produced by imprinting; a distinguishing.influence or effect (architecture that shows the imprint of an earlier time)

impound, impounded, impounding, impounds.transitive verbs
to confine in or as if in a pound (capture and impound stray dogs); to seize and retain in legal.custody; to accumulate and store in a reservoir (by damming the stream, the engineers impounded its waters for irrigation)
impoundage.noun,.plural.impoundages
impoundment.noun,.plural.impoundments
impounder.noun,.plural.impounders

irrigate, irrigated, irrigating, irrigates.verbs
transitive verb use.to supply dry land with water by means ofditches, pipes or streams; water artificially; to wash out a body cavity or wound with water or a medicated fluid; to make fertile or vital as if by watering
intransitive verb use.to supply land with water artificially
irrigation.noun,.plural.irrigations
irrigational.adjective
irrigator.noun,.plural.irrigators
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