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inconvenience.noun,.plural.inconveniences
the state or quality of being inconvenient; something inconvenient
inconvenience, inconvenienced, inconveniencing, inconveniences.transitive verbs
to cause inconvenience to; trouble (the snow inconvenienced the holiday travelers as the planes could not take off in the blizzard)
inconvenient.adjective
not convenient; not easily accessible; hard to reach; not suited to one's comfort, purpose or needs (inconvenient to have no telephone in the kitchen); inopportune (an early departure date is inconvenient for us)
inconveniently.adverb

inopportune.adjective
inappropriate or ill-timed; not opportune
inopportunely.adverb
inopportuneness.noun

ill-timed.adjective
done or occurring at an inappropriate time; untimely

inaction.noun,.plural.inactions
lack or absence of action

inactive.adjective
not active; not functioning or operating; out of use (inactive machinery); not being in continuous.use or operation (an inactive old castle)
inactively.adverb
inactivity.or.inactiveness.noun

intermarry, intermarried, intermarrying, intermarries.intransitive verbs
to marry a member of another group; to marry within one's family, tribe or clan
intermarriage.noun,.plural.intermarriages

immortality.noun
the quality or condition of being immortal as are many who once walked the Earth; incorruptible; living forever; not dying; endless life or existence (such as humans have in their spirit and don't know about it in this ego.dominated physical life:.2Timothy 1:9 1Timothy 1:17)
immortalize, immortalized, immortalizing, immortalizes.transitive verbs
to make immortal
immortal.adjective
not subject to death (the immortal soul:.Matthew 10:28); everlasting; of or relating to immortality; in biology, capable of indefinite growth or division, such as are cells in culture
immortal.noun,.plural.immortals
one not subject to death
immortally.adverb

ill-mannered.adjective
lacking or indicating a lack of good manners; rude; boorish
ill-manneredly.adverb

insatiable.adjective
impossible to satiate or satisfy (an insatiable appetite; an insatiable hunger for knowledge)
insatiability.or.insatiableness.noun
insatiably.adverb

impolite.adjective
not polite; discourteous
impolitely.adverb
impoliteness.noun

iodine.noun,.plural.iodines
an important element the body requires for proper functioning; symbol I; a lustrous, grayish-black, corrosive, poisonous.halogen.element having radioactive.isotopes, especially I 131, used as a medical tracer and in thyroid disfunction, diagnosis and therapy; iodine compounds are used as germicides, antiseptics and dyes; atomic number 53; atomic weight 126.9044; melting point 113.5°C; boiling point 184.35°C; specific gravity (solid, at 20°C) 4.93; valence 1, 3, 5, 7. 2; a liquid containing iodine dissolved in ethyl alcohol, used as an antiseptic for wounds

instep.noun,.plural.insteps
the arched middle part of the human foot between the toes and the ankle; the part of a shoe or stocking covering the instep

impeach, impeached, impeaching, impeaches.transitive verbs
to make an accusation against; to charge a public official with improper.conduct in office before a proper tribunal; to challenge the validity of; try to discredit (impeach a witness's credibility)
impeacher.noun,.plural.impeachers
impeachment.noun,.plural.impeachments

imperial.adjective
of, relating.to.or.suggestive of an empire or a sovereign, especially an emperor or empress (imperial rule; the imperial palace); ruling over extensive territories or over colonies or dependencies (imperial nations); having supreme authority; sovereign; regal; majestic; of or belonging to the British Imperial System of weights and measures
imperial.noun,.plural.imperials
an emperor or empress; something outstanding in size or quality
imperially.adverb

inspect, inspected, inspecting, inspects.transitive verbs
if you inspect something, you look at every part of it carefully in order to find out about it or check that it is all right (she went outside to inspect the playing field); to examine.carefully and critically, especially for flaws; to review
inspective.adjective
inspection.noun,.plural.inspections
the act of inspecting
inspectional.adjective
inspector.noun,.plural.inspectors
one who is appointed or employed to inspect something; a police officer.ranking next below superintendent
inspectoral.adjective
inspectorship.noun,.plural.inspectorships

impostor.noun,.plural.impostors
also spelt.imposter.noun,.plural.imposters
one who engages in deception under an assumed name or identity; someone who is an impostor is dishonestly.pretending to be someone else in order to gain an advantage (he was an imposter masquerading as a scientist)

increate.adjective
existing without having been created (how does God exist?)
increately.adverb

insensible.adjective
imperceptible; inappreciable (an insensible change in temperature); very small or gradual (insensible movement); having lost consciousness; unconscious (lay insensible where he had fallen); not invested with sensation; inanimate (insensible clay); devoid of physical sensation or the power to react, as to pain or cold; numb; unaware; unmindful (he was not insensible of our concern); not emotionally.responsive; indifferent (insensible to criticism); lacking.meaning; unintelligible
insensibility.or.insensibleness.noun
insensibly.adverb

intussusception.noun,.plural.intussusceptions
a drawing in of something from without; the assimilation of new material and its dispersal among preexistent.matter; assimilation of new substances into the existing components of living tissue

isoprenoid.noun,.plural.isoprenoids
isoprenoid, also called terpene; relating.to, containing or being a branched-chain grouping characteristic of isoprene; an isoprenoid is a class of organic.compounds made up of two or more structural units derived from isoprene

isoprene.noun,.plural.isoprenes
a colorless volatile.liquid, chemical name of C5H8, used chiefly to make synthetic rubber; isoprene is a five-carbon hydrocarbon with a branched-chain structure, two double bonds and having the molecular.formula C5H8; in isoprenoids, isoprene units with one or neither of their double bonds, are linked into larger molecules having from two to thousands of five-carbon units that can take the form of both linear structures and rings; many of these molecules play a wide variety of roles in plant and animal physiological processes and as intermediates in the biological.synthesis of other important molecules; they contribute greatly to the flavours and fragrances of essential oils and other plant-derived substances, such as geraniol, a contributor to rose perfumes from geranium oil, menthol, from peppermint oil, citral, from lemongrass oil, limonene, from lemon and orange oils, pinene, from turpentine and camphor each have two isoprene units; examples with more units include phytol, a precursor of chlorophyll; squalene, the precursor of cholesterol and other steroids; lycopene, the red pigment in tomatoes and an important phytochemical and carotene, the pigment in carrots and a precursor of vitamin; natural rubber and the related gutta-percha are polyisoprenes comprising many thousands of isoprene units 
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