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interim.noun
an intervening time; interval

interval.noun,.plural.intervals
a space of time between events or states or between two objects, points or units; intermission as between acts of a plays; the amount of time between two specified instants, event or states; a space between objects, units, points or states 
Mathematics:.a set of numbers consisting of all the numbers between a pair of given numbers and including the endpoints; also called closed interval
Mathematics:.a set of numbers consisting of all the numbers between a pair of given numbers but not including the endpoints; also called open interval
Mathematics:.a line segment representing all the numbers between a pair of given numbers and including one, both or neither of the endpoints
Music:.the difference in pitch between two tones
intervallic.adjective

illiterate.adjective
having little or no education; especially, unable to read or write; showing or marked by a lack of familiarity with language and literature; violating approved patterns of speaking or writing; showing or marked by a lack of acquaintance with the fundamentals of a particular.field of knowledge; ignorant
illiteracy.noun,.plural.illiteracies
the condition of being unable to read and write
illiterately.adverb
illiterate, illiterateness.nouns

impertinent.adjective
not pertinent; irrelevant; not restrained within due or proper bounds especially of propriety or good taste (impertinent curiosity, such as what young kids from bad ass parents often are like, example:.2Kings 2:23); implies exceeding the bounds of propriety in showing interest or curiosity or in offering advice (resented their impertinent interference)
impertinence.noun,.plural.impertinences
the quality or condition of being impertinent; insolence; irrelevance; an impertinent act or statement
impertinently.adverb
synonyms.obtrusive; officious; meddlesome; intrusive

implicit.adjective
being without doubt or reserve; believing; unquestioning; capable of comprehending from something else, though unexpressed; implied (an implicit assumption); involved in the nature or essence of something though not revealed, expressed or developed; potential; explicit
implicitness.noun
implicitly.adverb
implicitly.adjective
being without doubt or reserve; unquestioning

inadvertent.adjective
not focusing the mind on a matter; inattentive; unintentional; careless
inadvertently.adverb

infer, inferred, inferring, infers.transitive verbs
to draw as a conclusion from something assumed or known; imply; to conclude from evidence or premises; conjecture; to reason from circumstance; surmise; to lead to as a consequence or conclusion (Socrates argued that a statue inferred the existence of a sculptor); to hint
intransitive verb use.to draw inferences; conjecture
inferably.adverb
inferable.adjective
inferrer.noun

inference.noun,.plural.inferences
logical conclusion or deduction
inferential.adjective
of, relating to or involving inference; derived or capable of being derived by inference
inferentially.adverb

indelible.adjective
impossible to remove, erase or wash away; permanent (indelible ink)
indelibility.or.indelibleness.noun
indelibly.adverb

ingrained.adjective
worked into the grain or fiber; forming a part of the essence or inmost being; firmly established; deep seated (ingrained prejudice); worked deeply into the texture or fiber: (a carpet disfigured by ingrained dirt)
ingrainedly.adverb
ingrain.transitive verb
to work indelibly into the natural texture or mental or moral.constitution
synonym.infuse

irrepressible.adjective
difficult or impossible to control or restrain (irrepressible laughter)
irrepressibility.or.irrepressibleness.noun
irrepressibly.adverb

imagine, imagined, imagining, imagines.transitive verb
to form a mental picture or image of; to think; conjecture.(I imagine you're right); to have a notion of or about without adequate foundation; fancy.(she imagines herself to be a true artist)
intransitive verb use.to employ the imagination; to make a guess; conjecture
imaginer.noun

imaginative.adjective
having a lively imagination, especially a creative imagination; created by, indicative of or characterized by imagination or creativity; tending to indulge in the fanciful or in make-believe
imaginatively.adverb
imaginativeness.noun

imaginary.adjective
having existence only in the imagination
imaginarily.adverb
imaginariness.noun
imaginary.noun,.plural.imaginaries
Mathematics:.of, relating.to.or.being the coefficient of the imaginary unit in a complex number; of, relating to, involving or being an imaginary number; involving only a complex number of which the real part is zero

imagination.noun,.plural.imaginations
the formation of a mental image of something that is neither perceived as real nor present to the senses; imagination is thought created in mind; the mental image so formed; the ability or tendency to form such images; the ability to confront and deal with reality by using the creative power of the mind; try it now by seeing yourself at a safe place higher up and looking over the ocean where you can see the waves splashing as they come to the shore and hear their noise, that's forming thought or we can say, a thought form, that you can carry with you throughout the day to bring it to mind once more, where bringing it to mind is thinking and where did the memory of this go where you could later in the day retrieve it; imagination also is resourcefulness (handled the problems with great imagination); your imagination is the ability that you have to form pictures or ideas in your mind of things that are new and exciting or things that you have not experienced; imagination is the part of your mind which allows you to form pictures or ideas of things that do not necessarily exist in real life yet (Tesla completed his many inventions in his mind until they were perfect, then he began to construct them physically; long before I ever went there, Africa was alive in my imagination); if you say that someone or something captured your imagination, you mean that you thought they were interesting or exciting when you saw them or heard them for the first time; if you say that something stretches your imagination, you mean that it is good because it makes you think about things that you had not thought about before (BBC's films are exciting and stretch the imagination)
imaginational.adjective

imagery.noun,.plural.imageries
a set of mental pictures or images; the use of expressive or evocative images in art, literature or music; the use of vivid or figurative language to represent.objects, actions or ideas; a group or body of related images, as in a painting or poem; the art of making such images

image.noun,.plural.images
a picture formed in the mind by imagining; a reproduction of the form of a person or an object, especially an opinion or concept of something that is formed and/or held in the mind; one's character projected to the public (the image one gives off); sculptured likeness; one that closely or exactly resembles another; a double (he is the image of his uncle)
imageless.adjective
imaging.noun,.plural.imagings
the process of creating a mental picture (she has a mental image of what kind of person she would like in her life); medically speaking, imaging has to do with visualization of internal bodily organs, tissues or cavities using specialized instruments and techniques, such as using an ultrasound device for diagnostic purposes; in psychology, the use of mental images to influence bodily processes, such as to control pain (mind over matter works best when more than one works with you, such as here)

impatient.adjective
unable to wait patiently or tolerate delay; restless; unable to endure.irritation or opposition; intolerant (impatient of criticism); expressing or produced by impatience (an impatient scowl); restively.eager or desirous; anxious (impatient to begin)
impatiently.adverb
impatience.noun
the quality or condition of being impatient

indolent.adjective
disinclined to exert oneself; habitually lazy; conducive to inactivity or laziness; lethargic.(humid, indolent weather makes one feel like just lazing around); slow to develop; having or showing a disposition to avoid.exertion; slothful
indolently.adverb
indolence.noun
habitual laziness; sloth

infantile.adjective
of or relating to infants or infancy; displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity; childish

invert, inverted, inverting, inverts.verbs
transitive verb use.to turn inside out or upside down (invert an hourglass); to reverse the position order or condition of (invert the subject and predicate of a sentence); to subject to inversion; reverse
intransitive verb use.to be subjected to inversion
invert.noun
something inverted
invertible.adjective
inverse.adjective
reversal; inverted; directly opposite
inversely.adverb

inversion.noun
the act of inverting; the state of being inverted; an interchange of position of adjacent objects in a sequence.(a change in normal word order, such as the placement of a verb before its subject)
Meteorology:.an atmospheric condition in which the air temperature rises with increasing altitude, holding surface air down and preventing dispersion of pollutants
Genetics:.a chromosomal defect in which a segment of the chromosome breaks off and reattaches in the reverse direction
Chemistry:.conversion of a substance in which the direction of optical rotation is reversed, from the dextrorotatory (clockwise) to the levorotatory (counterclockwise) or from the levorotatory to the dextrorotatory form

igneous.adjective
of, relating to or characteristic of fire; formed by solidification from a molten state, used of rocks; of or relating to rock so formed; pyrogenic

irresponsible.adjective
marked by; unreliable or untrustworthy
irresponsible.noun
one who has no sense of responsibility
irresponsibility.or.irresponsibleness.noun
irresponsibly.adverb

irresponsive.adjective
not responsive; not responding or answering readily
irresponsively.adverb
irresponsiveness.noun

infrequent.adjective
not occurring.regularly; occasional or rare (an infrequent guest); situated or placed at rather wide intervals, as in time or space (infrequent oases in the desert)
infrequently.adverb
infrequence.or.infrequency.noun

immediate.adjective
occurring.at once; instant (gave me an immediate response); of or near the present time (in the immediate future; Harry was the immediate son of John his biological father); of or relating to the present time and place; current; close at hand; near (in the immediate vicinity); next in line or relation (she is immediate successor to the president of the company)
immediately.adverb
without delay; forthwith; directly (met with the parties immediately involved with the issue)
immediately.conjunction
as soon as; directly (they phoned immediately they reached home)
immediateness.noun
immediacy.noun,.plural.immediacies
the condition or quality of being immediate; directness (the immediacy of live television coverage); something immediate, as in importance

inhalation.noun
the act or an instance of inhaling; an inhalant
inhale, inhaled, inhaling, inhales.verbs
transitive verb use.to draw air or smoke, for example into the lungs by breathing; inspire; compare exhale
intransitive verb use.to breathe in; inspire; to draw smoke into the lungs; puff
inhaler.noun,.plural.inhalers
one that inhales (an avid inhaler of aromatic pipe smoke); a device that produces a vapor to ease breathing or is used to medicate by inhalation, especially a small nasal applicator containing a medicament; also called inhalator
inhalant.adjective
used in or for inhaling
inhalant.noun,.plural.inhalants
something inhaled; a medication, an anesthetic or another compound in vapor or aerosol form, taken by inhalation
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