v. enrage; infuriate; cause to be extremely angry
E.g. Cruelty to defenseless animals will incense Caroline.
a. uninterrupted; unceasing; continuing without interruption
E.g. I read, discuss in incessant phone conferences and attempt to bring to the world media some of the world' s biggest humanitarian crises.
n. preference; tendency; inclined surface; slope
E.g. I have the greatest inclination to follow up my advantage to purpose.
a. impossible to comprehend or grasp fully; unable to be conceived, unbelievable
E.g. What's inconceivable is if you use the password saving feature, all your passwords are displayed in your settings with no encryption.
a. not considerate; not attentive to safety or to propriety; not regarding the rights or feelings of others
E.g. Smokers are some of the most inconsiderate individuals I've ever seen when it comes to tossing out their trash and blowing smoke into my personal space.
v. combine something into a larger whole; unite
E.g. I will provide the template for the website but will need someone in incorporate the matrix along with the members area and a few other aspects to go along with the members area.
a. not correctable; difficult or impossible to control or manage
E.g. Though Widow Douglass hoped to reform Huck, Miss Watson called him incorrigible and said he would come to no good end.
n. apparatus in which environmental conditions, such as temperature and humidity, can be controlled, used for growing bacterial or hatching eggs artificially
E.g. The babies in incubator stories became a lead item in newspapers, and on radio and TV all over the US.
a. imposed as an obligation or duty; currently holding an office
E.g. Voters see the same old candidates year after year and figure that the incumbent is usually a lock in a vast number of congressional districts.
v. bring upon oneself; become liable to; acquire or come into
E.g. Today when a corporation loses a court decision the universal punishment they incur is that they are made to pay a fine.
a. not capable of being cured; beyond the power of skill or medicine to remedy
E.g. The disease from which he died was at that time incurable.
a. morally, socially, or legally obligated to another; under a legal obligation to someone
E.g. He was indebted to her for nursing him through pneumonia.
a. having no particular interest or concern; being neither good nor bad
E.g. No one can remain indifferent when an orchestra of Palestinian children comes to play for Holocaust survivors and to bring delight to the old people.
a. native; originating where it is found
E.g. But rarely was the music they played anchored in indigenous sounds of their homelands, as the groups eagerly explored musical hybrids.
n. anger aroused by something unjust
E.g. Climate Research, the paper that ignited his indignation is a 2003 study that turned out to be underwritten by the American Petroleum Institute.
n. lack of sound judgment; lack of discretion
E.g. I am fully convinced that the story which led me to commit this indiscretion is absolutely false and unworthy of you.
a. averse; disinclined; unwilling to do a task
E.g. It had slipped my memory that you have good reasons to be indisposed for joining in my chatter.
v. persuade; bring about; reason or establish by induction
E.g. He was as a dog that had been terribly scorched, and nothing would again induce him to go near the fire.
a. lacking of judgment, sense, or reason; unsuited; inappropriate; foolish
E.g. Calling Mary socially inept is akin to describing Hurricane Katrina as a summer shower.
a. childish; relating to infants
E.g. American foreign policy has for decades been trapped in infantile behavior that mature men are supposed to outgrow once they get past adolescence.
n. body of children; a body of soldiers serving on foot; foot soldiers
E.g. We have less infantry than the enemy.
a. possessed by an unreasoning passion or attraction; overcome by some foolish passion or desire
E.g. She was one of those people who are infatuated with patent medicines and all new-fangled methods of producing health or mending it.
n. foolish, unreasoning, or extravagant passion or attraction; temporary love of an adolescent
E.g. Nanami finds herself evenly divided between irritation and infatuation when she meets Yano, a cute classmate.
a. pertaining to hell; devilish; abominable; awful
E.g. Batman was baffled: he could think of no way to hinder the Joker's infernal scheme to destroy the city.
n. lack of faith or belief in some religious system; unfaithfulness to a sexual partner, especially a spouse
E.g. Not all divorces mean people cheat but infidelity is the number one reason for divorce.
v. pass into or through; penetrate with hostile intent
E.g. They're not going to take any chances to infiltrate from the Afghan side of the border into Pakistan.
a. exaggerated; pompous; enlarged with air or gas
E.g. President Obama's advice to keep your tires properly inflated is actually a very simple and effective measure.
n. general increase in the prices of goods and services in a country
E.g. The owners say inflation in the price of tea, plastic cups, tinned milk and gas to heat the water means they have little choice but to increase the cost if they're to stay in business.
a. clever; having inventive or cunning mind
E.g. Do not certain ingenious philosophers teach this doctrine, and ought not we to be grateful to them?
n. quality or power of ready invention; quickness or acuteness in forming new combinations
E.g. It took some ingenuity to squeeze all the furniture into the little room.
n. unthankful; ungrateful; one who rewards favors with enmity
E.g. If you mean I am an ingrate, that is an unpleasant word, Aunt Mary.
v. breathe or draw into the lungs; to inspire; consume rapidly or eagerly; devour
E.g. The candy eventually dissolved, but Shikowitz said kids could also accidentally inhale the fine powder down the wrong pipe.
a. firmly established by nature or habit
E.g. Each branch of the federal government has certain inherent powers.
a. not human; not governed by feelings proper to human nature; specifically, not humane; hard-hearted; unfeeling; cruel
E.g. In short, what was it like to be human in inhuman circumstances?
n. act of enjoining; act of directing, commanding, or prohibiting
E.g. The court has issued an injunction forbidding them to strike for a month.
n. slight hint or indication; slight understanding
E.g. His first inkling is when he tries to take a step forward and discovers that his legs are collapsing beneath him.
a. possessed at birth; inborn
E.g. Mozart's parents soon recognized young Wolfgang's innate talent for music.
n. hint; indirect implication , usually malicious
E.g. Until he engages in innuendo about being supported by "hard-working, white Americans," then he has not said much that should upset fellow Democrats.
n. act of inscribing; something written or engraved, especially, words written or engraved on solid substance for preservation or public inspection
E.g. This inscription is written at the bottom of the large stone block.
v. input; enter; put or set into, between, or among
E.g. The proposal for genetic modification involves to insert a fluorescent protein into the virus.