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ibidem.adverb.abbreviation.ibid.
in the same place, used in footnotes and bibliographies to refer to the book, chapter, article or page cited just before

idiosyncratic.adjective
resulting from idiosyncrasy 
idiosyncrasy.noun.plural.idiosyncrasies
the temperament or mental.constitution.peculiar to a person; refers to personal.mannerisms and connotes strong individuality 
idiosyncratically.adverb
in an idiosyncratic manner

incline, inclined, inclining, inclines.verbs
intransitive verb senses.to be disposed to a certain.preference, opinion or course of action; to deviate from the horizontal or vertical; slant; to lower or bend the head or body, as in a nod or bow
transitive verb senses.to influence to have a certain tendency; dispose.(recent events incline us to distrust politicians and bankers); to cause to lean, slant or slope; to bend or lower in a nod or bow (inclined her head in acquiescence)
incline.noun
an inclined surface; a slope or gradient
incliner.noun
antonym.disincline

inclined.adjective
sloping, slanting or leaning; having a preference, disposition or tendency

inclination.noun,.plural.inclinations
tendency toward a certain action or condition; liking; preference; a mental disposition toward some action or practice; propensity; talent
(see also disinclination)

indignation.noun
anger.resulting from something that seems to justify anger (unfair yet legal laws cause many people indignation); indignation is righteous anger at something regarded as being wrongful, unjust or evil
indignant.adjective
if you are indignant, you express anger, denunciation and  indignation against something or someone who is unjustifiably causing hurt, to himself and/or others (not listening to his parents guidance about staying on the road of life that would be good, both children just wanted to live life as they saw fit to {Jeremiah 44:16,17}, ending them up in all kinds of trouble);  considering others as unworthy or improper; filled with indignation; angry
indignantly.adverb
indignity.noun,.plural.indignities
humiliating, degrading or abusive treatment; a source of offense, as to a person's pride or sense of dignity; an affront

inimical.adjective
injurious or harmful in effect; adverse (habits inimical to good health) hostile; like an enemy; conditions that are inimical to something make it difficult for that thing to exist or do well (goals inimical to peoples' best interests; forces inimical to true freedom, often called republicanism and democracy); making it difficult for something to exist, happen or progress

inimitable.adjective
that cannot be imitated or matched 
inimitability.noun
the quality or state of being inimitable
inimitably.adverb
so as to be inimitable

insurrection.noun
rebellious; revolt; rising up against established authority (in scripture)

imbedded variant of embedded

imbrue, imbrued, imbruing, imbrues.transitive verbs
to wet, soak or stain

imminent.adjective (compare immanent)
about to occur;-impending-(in imminent danger)
imminency.noun
imminently.adverb
imminentness, immenence.nouns
imminency.noun, plural.imminencies
the quality or condition of being about to occur; something about to occur
imminence.noun, plural.imminences
being about to occur; about to occur; maybe also compare immanent, eminent

impudent.adjective
shamelessly bold; characterized by offensive boldness; insolent or impertinent; insolent; impertinent; saucy
impudently.adverb
impudence.noun
impudent speech or behavior 
impudency, impudencies.nouns
impudicity.noun
immodesty, shamelessness

incite, incited, inciting, incites.transitive verbs
to rouse; stir up; stimulate; set in motion; foment; instigate; to provoke and urge on (troublemakers who incite riots, inciting workers to strike)
incitement, inciter.nouns

indicate, indicated, indicating, indicates.transitive verbs
to point out; to direct attention to; show
indicatory.adjective
indication.noun.plural.indications
the act of indicating; something that serves to indicate; a sign (smiles, frowns and other indications of emotion); something indicated as necessary or expedient.(resting and sleeping is usually the indication for feeling run down)
indicator.noun.noun,.plural.indicators
one that indicates, especially (a pointer or an index); an instrument used to monitor the operation or condition of an engine, a furnace, an electrical network, a reservoir or another physical system; a meter or gauge; the needle, dial or other registering device on such an instrument (the temperature indicator)

inequity.noun,.plural.inequities
not equitable; unfairness; unjust; imbalanced (does not add up; will not balance, like, if God is love, why then wars, illness, children); an instance or instances of inequity

inequitable.adjective
not equitable; unfair
inequitably.adverb

ingratiate, ingratiated, ingratiating, ingratiates.transitive verbs
if someone tries to ingratiate themselves with you, they do things to try and make you like them; for the favor of; to bring oneself, for example, into the favor or good graces of another, especially by deliberate effort (she quickly sought to ingratiate herself with the new administration); pleasing; agreeable
ingratiatingly.adverb
ingratiatory.adjective
ingratiation.noun

innate.adjective
that which belongs to something as part of its nature or constitution; natural; inherent; possessed at birth; inborn; of or produced by the mind rather than learned through experience (an innate feeling of harmony with others, slowly removed by social conditioning)
innately.adverb
innateness.noun

incentive.adjective
stimulating to action; encouraging; motivating
as a noun stimulus; motive

infest, infested, infesting, infests.transitive verbs
to inhabit or overrun in numbers large enough to be harmful, threatening or obnoxious.(rats infesting the sewers; streets that were infested with drugs); to live as a parasite in or on tissues or organs or on the skin and its appendages (livestock that were infested with tapeworms)
infestation, infester.nouns

intolerant.adjective
not tolerant, especially (unwilling to tolerate differences in opinions or beliefs, especially religious beliefs; unable or unwilling to endure or support (intolerant of interruptions) intolerantly.adverb
intolerance.noun
the quality or condition of being.intolerant; lack of tolerance; extreme sensitivity or allergy to a drug, food or other substance (lactose intolerance)
intolerable.adjective
burdensome to tolerate or endure; unbearable (intolerable financial practices)
intolerably.adverb
intolerability or intolerableness.noun

intimidate, intimidated, intimidating, intimidates.transitive verbs
to bully; make timid; made afraid; cause fear; overbearing; to coerce or inhibit by or as if by threats; to make timorous-(timid); to frighten
intimidation.noun
being intimidated
intimidatingly.adverb
intimidator.noun
intimidatory.adjective
tending or intended to intimidate; intended to frighten or threaten; intimidatory propaganda; intimidatory tactics intimidatory interrogation.techniques

IQ (intelligence quotient).noun
the ratio of tested mental age to chronological age

interferometer.noun
any of several optical, acoustic or radio frequency instruments that use interference phenomena between a reference wave and an experimental wave or between two parts of an experimental wave to determine wavelengths and wave velocities, measure very small distances and thicknesses and measure indices of refraction
interferometric.adjective
interferometrically.adverb
interferometry.noun

irreverent.adjective
lacking or exhibiting a lack of reverence; disrespectful; critical of what is generally accepted or respected
irreverently.adverb
irreverence.noun
lack of reverence or due respect; a disrespectful act or remark

itinerant.adjective
traveling from place to place, especially to perform work or a duty (an itinerant judge; itinerant labor)
itinerant.noun
one who travels from place to place

irreparable.adjective
not reparable; impossible to repair, rectify.or.amend (irreparable harm has been done to people by both oil and the nuclear industries); irreparable damages
irreparably.adverb
irreparability.or.irreparableness.noun

influence.noun
a power affecting a person, thing or course of events, especially one that operates without any direct or apparent effort (relaxed under the influence of the music; the influence of television on modern life); power to sway or affect based on prestige, wealth, ability or position (used her parent's influence to get the job); one exercising such power (my parents considered my friend to be a bad influence on me); a determining.factor (for example - positions of the stars and planets at the time of one's birth)
influence, influenced, influencing, influences.transitive verbs
to produce an effect on by imperceptible or intangible means; sway; to affect the nature, development or condition of; modify
influenceable.adjective
influencer.noun

influential.adjective
having or exercising influence
influential.noun
one that is of considerable importance or influence (a select group of influential teachers)
influentially.adverb

irreversible.adjective
impossible to reverse (an irreversible momentum toward transparency in politics)
irreversibly.adverb
irreversibility.or.irreversibleness

impersonal.adjective
if you describe a place, organization or activity as impersonal, you mean that it is not very friendly and makes you feel unimportant because it involves or is used by a large number of people (many children were cared for in large impersonal orphanages); if you describe someone's behavior as impersonal, you mean that they do not show any emotion about the person they are dealing with (many doctors treat you with an impersonal manner); an impersonal room or statistic does not give any information about the character of the person to whom it belongs or relates (the rest of the room was neat and impersonal); lacking.personality; not showing any feelings of sympathy, friendliness etc. (business letters do not have to be impersonal and formal); showing no emotion or personality (an aloof, impersonal manner); having no personal reference or connection (an impersonal remark); not responsive to or expressive of human personalities (a large, uncaring impersonal corporation)
impersonally.adverb
impersonality.noun

International System.noun
a complete, coherent.system of units used for scientific work, in which the fundamental.quantities are length, time, electric current, temperature, luminous.intensity and amount of substance
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