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impersuasible.adjective
being of mind that is not persuasible (no matter what truth you may tell some people, they remain inpersuasible)

impetigo.noun,.plural.impetigos.pronounced 'im pet eggo'
a contagious.bacterial skin infection, usually of children and somewhat similar to erysipelas, that is characterized by the eruption of superficial.pustules and the formation of thick yellow crusts, commonly on the face; from Middle English, from Latin 'impetigo' and from 'impetere', meaning 'to attack'; akin to.impetus

inconstant.adjective
changing or varying, especially often and without discernible pattern or reason; fickle
inconstantly.adverb

innerstanding.noun,.plural.innerstandings
one who has innerstanding of something or someone, comprehends how it actually is and functions or, how they are the individual they are; an innerstanding connotes.assessment; the condition of one who innerstands; if you innerstand someone, you know what they truly mean; if you understand someone, you 'stand under' them, that is, you consent to what they are saying and/or asking you and that usually without fully comprehending the what they mean; a state of rapport; an inner awareness of another's true intent; to develop an innerstanding toward comprehension all that can be gained about what the attention currently may be on; perceive and comprehend the nature and significance of, while one is on the road to overstanding; innerstanding is a beginning point where some confidence is gained in order to progress further, whereas overstanding is that which one arrives at by progressing in comprehension; to grasp as best one can at this time; to apprehend; to be on the pathway toward knowing thoroughly; coming to knowledge of by close contact or long experience with (that teacher innerstands children); to grasp or comprehend the meaning intended or expressed (they have trouble with English, but I can comprehend them as I have an innerstanding; to know and be tolerant or sympathetic toward (from as much as I can figure, I can innerstand your point of view even though I may disagree with it); to learn indirectly, as by hearsay
intransitive verb use.to have innerstanding, knowledge or comprehension; to have sympathy or tolerance; to learn something indirectly or secondhand; to gather information on (she is coming to innerstand the subject)
innerstanding.adjective
characterized by or having comprehension, good sense or discernment; compassionate; sympathetic
innerstandingly.adverb
innerstand, innerstood, innerstanding, innerstands.verbs
transitive verb use.to stand staunchly with the principles of one's character; implies.acceptance of information one adheres to in life; to perceive and comprehend the nature and significance of;
intransitive verb use.to have innerstanding, knowledge or comprehension (he intuitively arrived at innerstanding of its workings)
innerstandably.adverb
innerstandable.adjective
innerstandability.noun,.plural.innerstandabilities

insulin.noun
insulin is a substance that most people produce naturally in their body and which allows the body to produce the energy needed to live; insulin controls the level of sugar in blood (all foods, in order to be used by the body, are converted into sugars, but don't confuse this with poisonous white sugar, flour and white processed rice, which too, are converted into sugars but they have been debased by satanically.influenced people to harm you in ways that show up many years later, unless the satanists are out to harm you quickly, such as by getting into you the covid jab with its very harmful ingredients; in diabetes the body produces insufficient insulin, but many have corrected this condition permanently by doing this...

irate.adjective
upset and angry (ancient.king Saul became upset with jealously and anger at who he was jealous of)
irately.adverb
irateness.noun
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