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incur, incurred, incurring, incurs.transitive verbs
to acquire something; to bring upon oneself by one's own actions; if you incur something unpleasant, it happens to you because of something you have done (governments incur unfavorableness and so do people)

a sudden.arrival into an area that belongs to other people; an aggressive.entrance into foreign.territory; a raid or an invasion; the act of entering another's territory or domain; the act of entering or running into (homes damaged by the incursion of floodwater); the arrival of something or someone into a place or activity where they do not belong or have not been before and may not be welcome

that is

that cannot be explained
in an inexplicable manner
the quality or state of being inexplicable

not explicit; indefinite

the ability to see the inner nature of things by intuition and clairvoyance; examples; insight involves the ability to discern the true nature of something; the intuition of lions & eagles
showing or having insight; perceptive

intuit, intuited, intuiting, intuits.transitive verbs
to know intuitively

of, relating.to.or.arising from intuition; known or perceived through intuition; instinctive possessing or demonstrating intuition

the direct knowing or learning of something without conscious reasoning (when one wants to only be good, he or she will be alerted from the heart as to whether something or someone is good or not:.Matthew 7:16-20; 1John 4:1-6) having awareness; your intuition or your intuitions, often called 'gut feelings', unexplained feelings you have that something is true even when you have no evidence or proof of it (she had a feeling of discomfort over getting on the plane, so she didn't); see also clairvoyance

having elaborate.detail or complex parts, therefore requiring intense.attention to appreciate or follow (design of flowers evidence intelligent complexity of forethought; the building was of intricate design; automobiles and aircraft, just for two examples, are amazing complex devices); complicated
an intricate state or quality
something intricate; involved

easily annoyed or provoked; excessively or pathologically sensitive to a stimulus
the quality or state of being irritable; testiness or petulance

irritate, irritated, irritating, irritates.transitive verbs
to rouse to impatience or anger; annoy.(a loud bossy voice that irritates listeners); annoy; to chafe or inflame
intransitive verb use.to be a cause of impatience or anger
causing irritation
a source of irritation
the act of irritating; the condition of being irritated; vexation (honked the horn with irritation at the delay; a source of irritation
Pathology:.a condition of inflammation, soreness or irritability of a bodily organ or part

a beginning; commencement

in the first stage of existence; just beginning to exist or come into notice
incipience, incipiency.nouns

without adequate ability, knowledge, fitness, etc.; failing to meet requirements; incapable; unskilful; not qualified in legal terms (a defendant who was incompetent to stand trial); inadequate for or unsuited to a particular.purpose or application; devoid of those qualities requisite for effective conduct or action; not competent
an incompetent person

induce, induced, inducing, induces.transitive verbs
to cause to occur; bring about or stimulate the occurrence of; cause (the bonuses induced better attendance; the birth was induced by her excitement over having the baby); to lead or move, as to a course of action, by influence or persuasion; persuade; to infer by inductive reasoning
something that helps bring about an action or a desired result; an incentive.(an inducement to greater learning); the act or process of inducing (inducement of sleep with nature sounds)

induct, inducted, inducting, inducts.transitive verb
if someone is inducted into a particular job, rank or position, they are given the job, rank or position in a formal.ceremony; to place ceremoniously or formally in an office or a position; instal (a service to induct the new president of the university); to admit as a member; receive; to admit to military service (a draftee waiting to be inducted into the army); to introduce, as to new experience or knowledge; initiate.(she was inducted into the ways of the legal.profession)
Physics:.to induce

causing or influencing; inducing; introductory; of, relating.to.or using logical.induction such as in.inductive reasoning, which is reasoning from detailed.facts.to.general.principles; a generalization
Electricity: in electricity, of or arising from inductance (inductive reactance)

the act or an instance of inducting; a ceremony or formal.act by which a person is inducted, as into office or military service; the act of inducing (induction of sleep); presentation of material, such as facts or evidence, in support of an argument or a proposition; a preface or prologue, as to a literary composition
Biochemistry: the process of initiating or increasing the production of an enzyme or other protein at the level of genetic-transcription
Electricity: the generation of electromotive force in a closed circuit by a varying magnetic.flux through the circuit; the charging of an isolated conducting object by momentarily grounding it while a charged body is nearby
Embryology: the change in form or shape caused by the action of one tissue of an embryo on adjacent tissues or parts, as by the diffusion of hormones or chemicals
Logic: the process of deriving general principles from particular facts or instances; a conclusion reached by this process(opposed to deduction)
Mathematics:.a two part method of proving a theorem involving a positive.integral.variable; first the theorem is verified for the smallest admissible.value of the integer; then it is proven that if the theorem is true for any value of the integer, it is true for the next greater value; the final proof contains the two parts

the property of an electric circuit by which an electromotive force is induced in it or in a nearby circuit by a change of current in either circuit; a circuit element, typically a conducting coil, in which electromotive force is generated by electromagnetic induction

having habitants; lived in
inhabit, inhabited, inhabiting, inhabits.verbs
transitive verb use.to live or reside in; io be present in; fill (childhood memories inhabited the attic)
intransitive verb use.to dwell
inhabitability, inhabitation, inhabiter.nouns
one that inhabits a place, especially as a permanent.resident

destitute of a backbone or vertebral (spinal) column; compare vertebrates

invoke, invoked, invoking, invokes.transitive verbs
to call on a higher power for assistance, support or inspiration; to call for earnestly; to summon; solicit (invoked the help of a passing motorist)
the act or an instance of invoking; an incantation; appealing to a higher power, such as Creator-God, by using prayer and/or other means; an invocation of Gene Decode's you can use to keep evil influences away:.2John1:11.

that cannot be reconciled or brought into agreement; incompatible; conflicting; inconsistent

incapable of being disproved

impel, impelled, impelling, impels.transitive verbs
to push, drive or move forward

impotence, impotency.nouns
lack of physical strength; weakness, powerless or helpless

something that gives a process impetus or an impetus makes it happen or progress more quickly (this decision will give renewed impetus to the economic regeneration of east London); an influence that makes something happen or makes it happen more quickly (the influence report may provide further impetus for reform; the discovery gave fresh impetus to the research); inner movement of the mind leading to action; impulse; incentive; stimulus; the stimulation or encouragement resulting in increased activity; from Latin 'impetere' meaning 'to attack'

a driving forward with sudden force; an impetus; a sudden wish or urge that prompts an unpremeditated act or feeling; abrupt inclination (had an impulse to help in any way I could);
Physiology:.the electrochemical transmission of a signal along a nerve fiber that produces an excitatory or inhibitory response at a target tissue, such as a muscle or another nerve
characterized by impulsiveness or acting on impulse (an impulse shopper; impulse buying)

inclined to act on impulse rather than thought; motivated by or resulting from impulse (such impulsive acts as hugging; impulsive.generosity); spontaneous; having force or power to impel or incite; forceful; impetuous

the quality or condition of being infinite; unbounded space, time, or quantity; an indefinitely large number or amount; a distance setting, as on a camera, beyond which the entire field (all else it can see) is in focus; a range in relation to an optical system, such as a camera lens, representing distances great enough that light rays reflected from objects within the range may be regarded as parallel; in mathematics, the limit that a function is said to approach at x = a when for x close to a, (x) is larger than any preassigned number

lacking limits or bounds; never ending; extending beyond measure or comprehension; very great; vast; immense; inexhaustible; (the never ending invisible energy of the universe; the intelligent invisible one we often refer to as the Creator)
very much; 'infinitely' is used especially when comparing things (this school is infinitely better than the last one I went to; she got the job because she had infinitely more experience; being on your own is infinitely preferableto being in an unhappy relationship):.Proverbs 21:9 "It is better to dwell in a corner of the housetop, than with a brawling woman in a wide house.")

too small to be measured; infinitely small

a definite and separate.occurrence; an event
tending to arise or occur as a result or an accompaniment
Physics:.falling upon or striking a surface (incident radiation)

occurring or likely to occur as an unpredictable or minor accompaniment (the snags incidental to a changeover in policy); of a minor, casual or subordinate.nature (incidental expenses)
a minor accompanying item or expense
as a minor or subordinate.matter (he was an electronics person and incidentally a carpenter); apart from the main subject; parenthetically

the act or an instance of happening; occurrence (did not expect criticism and was surprised by its incidence); extent or frequency of occurrence (a high incidence of Sunburn due to not knowing the rules of working up to longer exposure to the Sun)

incapable of being.expressed; indescribable or unutterable; unspeakable; the Silence