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imbibitional
See imbibition. * * *
imbitter
—imbitterer, n. —imbitterment, n. /im bit"euhr/, v.t. embitter. * * *
imbody
—imbodiment, n. /im bod"ee/, v.t., imbodied, imbodying. embody. * * *
imbolden
/im bohl"dn/, v.t. embolden. * * *
imbosom
/im booz"euhm, -booh"zeuhm/, v.t. embosom. * * *
imbower
/im bow"euhr/, v.t., v.i. embower. * * *
imbracery
/im bray"seuh ree/, n., pl. imbraceries. Law. embracery. * * *
imbrangle
/im brang"geuhl/, v.t., imbrangled, imbrangling. embrangle. * * *
imbrex
/im"breks, -briks/, n., pl. imbrices /-breuh seez', -bri kays'/. 1. a convex tile, used esp. in ancient Rome to cover joints in a tile roof. 2. Archit. one of the scales in ...
imbricate
—imbricately, adv. —imbricative, adj. adj. /im"bri kit, -kayt'/; v. /im"bri kayt'/, adj., v., imbricated, imbricating. adj. 1. overlapping in sequence, as tiles or shingles ...
imbrication
/im'bri kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. an overlapping, as of tiles or shingles. 2. a decoration or pattern resembling this. 3. Surg. overlapping of layers of tissue in the closure of wounds ...
imbroglio
/im brohl"yoh/, n., pl. imbroglios. 1. a misunderstanding, disagreement, etc., of a complicated or bitter nature, as between persons or nations. 2. an intricate and perplexing ...
imbrown
/im brown"/, v.t., v.i. embrown. * * *
imbrue
—imbruement, n. /im broo"/, v.t., imbrued, imbruing. 1. to stain: He refused to imbrue his hands with the blood of more killing. 2. to impregnate or imbue (usually fol. by with ...
imbrute
—imbrutement, n. /im brooht"/, v.t., v.i., imbruted, imbruting. to degrade or sink to the level of a brute. Also, embrute. [1625-35; IM-1 + BRUTE] * * *
imbue
—imbuement, n. /im byooh"/, v.t., imbued, imbuing. 1. to impregnate or inspire, as with feelings, opinions, etc.: The new political leader was imbued with the teachings of ...
IMCO
Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultive Organization. * * *
IMD
IMD abbr. intermodulation distortion. * * *
Imena
/i may"neuh/, n. a female given name: from an Arabic word meaning "faith." * * *
imeni
(as used in expressions) ANPK imeni A.I. Mikoyana OKB imeni P.O. Sukhoy ANTK imeni A.N. Tupoleva Imeni Ismail Samani Peak * * *
Imeni Ismail Samani Peak
formerly Communism Peak or Stalin Peak Peak, western Pamirs, northeastern Tajikistan. Located in the Akademiya Nauk Range, it rises to 24,590 ft (7,495 m) and is the highest ...
IMF
See International Monetary Fund. Also, I.M.F. * * *
IMF's Changing Role
▪ 1999 by William Glasgall        Even for an organization that had worked to alleviate its share of financial panics during more than five decades of existence, the ...
IMHO
IMHO abbr. in my humble opinion. * * *
Imhoff, Gustaaf Willem, baron van
▪ Dutch statesman born Aug. 8, 1705, Leer, Neth. died Nov. 1, 1750, Batavia, Dutch East Indies [now Jakarta, Indonesia]       governor-general of the Dutch East Indies ...
Imhotep
Im·ho·tep (ĭm-hōʹtĕp), fl. 27thcentury B.C. Egyptian architect, astrologer, and physician. He was the architect of the funeral complex at Saqqara, consisting of a huge ...
imidazole
/im'id az"ohl, -id euh zohl"/, n. Chem. a colorless, crystalline, water-soluble, heterocyclic compound, C3H4N2, used chiefly in organic synthesis. Also called ...
imide
—imidic /i mid"ik/, adj. /im"uyd, im"id/, n. Chem. a compound derived from ammonia by replacement of two hydrogen atoms by acidic groups, characterized by the =NH ...
imidic
See imide. * * *
imido
/im"i doh'/, adj. Chem. containing the imido group. [1880-85; independent use of IMIDO-] * * *
imido group
Chem. 1. the bivalent group =NH linked to one or two acid groups. 2. (erroneously) the imino group. Also called imido radical. * * *
imido-
a combining form representing imide in compound words: imidogen. * * *
imidogen
/i mid"euh jeuhn, -jen', i mee"deuh-/, n. the imido group, esp. in an uncombined state. [1840-50; IMIDO- + -GEN] * * *
imine
/i meen", im"in/, n. Chem. a compound containing the =NH group united with a nonacid group. [1880-85; alter. of AMINE] * * *
imino
/im"euh noh'/, adj. Chem. containing the imino group. [1900-05; independent use of IMINO-] * * *
imino group
Chem. the bivalent group =NH not linked to any acid group. Also called imino radical. Cf. imido group. [1905-10] * * *
imino-
a combining form representing imine in compound words: iminourea. * * *
iminoglycinuria
▪ pathology       inborn impairment of the transport system of the kidney tubules, which normally reabsorb the amino acids glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline. In young ...
iminourea
/i mee'noh yoo ree"euh, -yoor"ee euh, im'euh noh-/, n. Chem. guanidine. [IMINO- + UREA] * * *
imipramine
/i mip"reuh meen'/, n. Pharm. a tricyclic antidepressant, C19H24N2, used for the symptomatic relief of depression. [1955-60; contr. and rearrangement of iminodibenzyl and ...
imit.
1. imitation. 2. imitative. * * *
imitable
—imitability, imitableness, n. /im"i teuh beuhl/, adj. capable or worthy of being imitated: She has many good, imitable qualities. [1540-50; < L imitabilis, equiv. to imita(ri) ...
imitate
—imitator, n. /im"i tayt'/, v.t., imitated, imitating. 1. to follow or endeavor to follow as a model or example: to imitate an author's style; to imitate an older brother. 2. ...
imitation
—imitational, adj. /im'i tay"sheuhn/, n. 1. a result or product of imitating. 2. the act of imitating. 3. a counterfeit; copy. 4. a literary composition that imitates the ...
imitation doublet
Jewelry. 1. a doublet formed entirely of glass. 2. an imitation gem made from a single piece of glass. * * *
Imitation of Christ
▪ devotional book Latin  Imitatio Christi,         a Christian devotional book written between 1390 and 1440. Although its authorship is a matter of controversy, the ...
imitational
See imitation. * * *
imitative
—imitatively, adv. —imitativeness, n. /im"i tay'tiv/, adj. 1. imitating; copying; given to imitation. 2. of, pertaining to, or characterized by imitation. 3. Biol. ...
imitative magic
magic that attempts to control the universe through the mimicking of a desired event, as by stabbing an image of an enemy in an effort to destroy him or her or by performing a ...
imitatively
See imitative. * * *
imitativeness
See imitatively. * * *
imitator
See imitate. * * *
Imitrex
Im·i·trex (ĭmʹĭ-trĕks') A trademark used for the drug sumatriptan. * * *
immaculacy
im·mac·u·la·cy (ĭ-măkʹyə-lə-sē) n. The quality or condition of being immaculate. * * *
immaculate
—immaculacy /i mak"yeuh leuh see/, immaculateness, n. —immaculately, adv. /i mak"yeuh lit/, adj. 1. free from spot or stain; spotlessly clean: immaculate linen. 2. free from ...
Immaculate Conception
Rom. Cath. Ch. the dogma of the unique privilege by which the Virgin Mary was conceived in her mother's womb without the stain of original sin through the anticipated merits of ...
ImmaculateConception
Im·mac·u·late Conception (ĭ-măkʹyə-lĭt) n. 1. Roman Catholic Church. The doctrine that the Virgin Mary was conceived free from all stain of original sin. 2. December 8, ...
immaculately
See immaculate. * * *
immaculateness
See immaculately. * * *
immane
—immanely, adv. —immaneness, n. /i mayn"/, adj. Archaic. 1. vast in size; enormous. 2. inhumanly cruel. [1595-1605; < L immanis brutal, frightful, enormous, equiv. to im- ...
immanence
See immanent. * * *
immanency
See immanence. * * *
immanent
—immanence, immanency, n. —immanently, adv. /im"euh neuhnt/, adj. 1. remaining within; indwelling; inherent. 2. Philos. (of a mental act) taking place within the mind of the ...
immanentism
—immanentist, adj., n. /im"euh neuhn tiz'euhm/, n. the belief that the Deity indwells and operates directly within the universe or nature. [1905-10; IMMANENT + -ISM] * * *
immanentist
See immanentism. * * *
immanently
See immanence. * * *
Immanuel
/i man"yooh euhl/, n. 1. the name of the Messiah as prophesied by Isaiah, often represented in Christian exegesis as being Jesus Christ. Isa. 7:14. 2. a male given name. [ < Heb ...
Immanuel Ben Solomon
▪ Hebrew poet , also called  Manoello Giudeo   born c. 1260 died c. 1328       Hebrew poet who lived mainly in Rome, considered the founder of secular poetic writing ...
immaterial
—immaterially, adv. —immaterialness, n. /im'euh tear"ee euhl/, adj. 1. of no essential consequence; unimportant. 2. not pertinent; irrelevant. 3. not material; incorporeal; ...
immaterialism
—immaterialist, n. /im'euh tear"ee euh liz'euhm/, n. 1. the doctrine that there is no material world, but that all things exist only in and for minds. 2. the doctrine that only ...
immaterialist
See immaterialism. * * *
immateriality
/im'euh tear'ee al"i tee/, n., pl. immaterialities for 2. 1. state or character of being immaterial. 2. something immaterial. [1560-70; IMMATERIAL + -ITY] * * *
immaterialize
/im'euh tear"ee euh luyz'/, v.t., immaterialized, immaterializing. to make immaterial. Also, esp. Brit., immaterialise. [1655-65; IMMATERIAL + -IZE] * * *
immaterially
See immaterial. * * *
immaterialness
See immaterially. * * *
immature
—immaturely, adv. —immatureness, n. /im"euh choor", -toor", -tyoor", -cherr"/, adj. 1. not mature, ripe, developed, perfected, etc. 2. emotionally undeveloped; juvenile; ...
immaturely
See immature. * * *
immatureness
See immaturely. * * *
immaturity
/im'euh choor"i tee, -toor"-, -tyoor"-, -cherr"-/, n., pl. immaturities for 2. 1. a state or condition of being immature: the immaturity of one's behavior; the immaturity of a ...
immeasurability
See immeasurable. * * *
immeasurable
—immeasurability, immeasurableness, n. —immeasurably, adv. /i mezh"euhr euh beuhl/, adj. incapable of being measured; limitless: the immeasurable vastness of the ...
immeasurableness
See immeasurability. * * *
immeasurably
See immeasurability. * * *
immediacy
/i mee"dee euh see/, n., pl. immediacies. 1. the state, condition, or quality of being immediate. 2. Often, immediacies. an immediate need: the immediacies of everyday living. 3. ...
immediate
—immediateness, n. /i mee"dee it/, adj. 1. occurring or accomplished without delay; instant: an immediate reply. 2. following or preceding without a lapse of time: the ...
immediate annuity
an annuity bought with a single premium, with payments to the annuitant to begin at the end of one payment period, as a month or a year. Cf. deferred annuity. * * *
immediate constituent
Gram. one of the usually two largest constituents of a construction: The immediate constituents of He ate his dinner are he and ate his dinner; of ate his dinner are ate and his ...
immediate constituent analysis
▪ linguistics also called  Ic Analysis,         in linguistics, a system of grammatical analysis that divides sentences into successive layers, or constituents, ...
immediateconstituent
immediate constituent n. A meaningful constituent, such as a word, that enters directly into the formation of a linguistic construction, such as a phrase. * * *
immediately
/i mee"dee it lee/, adv. 1. without lapse of time; without delay; instantly; at once: Please telephone him immediately. 2. with no object or space intervening. 3. closely: ...
immediateness
See immediate. * * *
immediatism
—immediatist, n. /i mee"dee euh tiz'euhm/, n. U.S. Hist. a policy for the immediate abolition of slavery. [1815-25; IMMEDIATE + -ISM] * * *
immedicable
—immedicableness, n. —immedicably, adv. /i med"i keuh beuhl/, adj. incurable. [1525-35; < L immedicabilis incurable. See IM-2, MEDICABLE] * * *
Immelmann
/im"euhl mahn', -meuhn/, n. a maneuver in which an airplane makes a half loop, then resumes its normal, level position by making a half roll: used to gain altitude while turning ...
Immelmann (turn)
Immelmann (turn) or Immelmann [im′əl mən; ] also [, im′əlmän΄] n. 〚after M. Immelmann (1890-1916), Ger ace〛 a maneuver in which an airplane is half looped to an ...
immemorial
—immemorially, adv. /im'euh mawr"ee euhl, -mohr"-/, adj. extending back beyond memory, record, or knowledge: from time immemorial. [1595-1605; < ML immemorialis. See IM-2, ...
immemorially
See immemorial. * * *
Immendorf, Jorg
▪ 2008       German artist born June 14, 1945, Bleckede, Ger. died May 28, 2007, Düsseldorf, Ger. produced provocative and often politically and socially engaged art ...
immense
—immensely, adv. —immenseness, n. /i mens"/, adj. 1. vast; huge; very great: an immense territory. 2. immeasurable; boundless. 3. Informal. splendid: You did an immense job ...
immensely
See immense. * * *
immenseness
See immensely. * * *
immensity
/i men"si tee/, n. 1. vastness; enormous extent: the immensity of the Roman empire. 2. the state or condition of being immense. [1400-50; late ME < L immensitas. See IMMENSE, ...
immensurable
—immensurability, immensurableness, n. /i men"sheuhr euh beuhl, -seuhr euh-/, adj. immeasurable. [1525-35; < LL immensurabilis. See IM-2, MENSURABLE] * * *
immerge
—immergence, n. /i merrj"/, v., immerged, immerging. v.i. 1. to plunge, as into a fluid. 2. to disappear by entering into any medium, as the moon into the shadow of the ...
immergence
See immerge. * * *
Immermann, Karl Leberecht
▪ German author born April 24, 1796, Magdeburg, Saxony died Aug. 25, 1840, Düsseldorf, Prussia  dramatist and novelist whose works included two forerunners in German ...
immerse
—immersible, adj. /i merrs"/, v.t., immersed, immersing. 1. to plunge into or place under a liquid; dip; sink. 2. to involve deeply; absorb: She is totally immersed in her law ...
immersed
/i merrst"/, adj. 1. plunged or sunk in or as if in a liquid. 2. Biol. somewhat or wholly sunk in the surrounding parts, as an organ. 3. Bot. growing under water. [1660-70; ...
immersed tube
▪ engineering also called  Sunken Tube,         technique of underwater tunneling used principally for underwater crossings. The method was pioneered by the American ...
immersible
☆ immersible [i mʉr′sə bəl] adj. that can be immersed in water without harm, as some electrical appliances * * * im·mers·i·ble (ĭ-mûrʹsə-bəl) adj. Capable of ...
immersion
/i merr"zheuhn, -sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of immersing. 2. state of being immersed. 3. state of being deeply engaged or involved; absorption. 4. baptism in which the ...
immersion foot
Pathol. an abnormal condition of the foot caused by prolonged exposure to water, characterized by pathological changes in the skin, blood vessels, nerves, and ...
immersion heater
a small electric coil used to heat a liquid, as a cup of water, in which it is immersed. Also called immersion coil. [1910-15] * * *
immersion objective
Optics. a microscope objective of high resolving power in which the space between the front lens and the cover glass is filled with an oil whose index of refraction is close to ...
immersionism
—immersionist, n. /i merr"zheuh niz'euhm, -sheuh-/, n. 1. the doctrine that immersion is essential to Christian baptism. 2. the practice of baptism by immersion. [1835-45; ...
immesh
/i mesh"/, v.t. enmesh. * * *
immethodical
—immethodically, adv. —immethodicalness, n. /im'euh thod"i keuhl/, adj. not methodical; without method or system. [1595-1605; IM-2 + METHODICAL] * * *
immie
/im"ee/, n. Informal. agate (def. 2). [im(itation marble) + -IE] * * *
immigrant
/im"i greuhnt/, n. 1. a person who migrates to another country, usually for permanent residence. 2. an organism found in a new habitat. adj. 3. of or pertaining to immigrants and ...
immigrate
—immigrator, n. /im"i grayt'/, v., immigrated, immigrating. v.i. 1. to come to a country of which one is not a native, usually for permanent residence. 2. to pass or come into ...
immigration
—immigrational, immigratory /im"euh greuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. /im'i gray"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of immigrating. 2. a group or number of immigrants. [1650-60; IM-1 + ...
Immigration and Nationality Act.
See McCarran-Walter Act. * * *
Immigration Restriction Act
▪ Australia [1901]       (1901), in Australian history, fundamental legislation of the new Commonwealth of Australia that effectively stopped all non-European ...
Immigration's Economic Impact
▪ 2007 Introduction Richard B. Freeman  At the turn of the 21st century, the U.S. was the major immigrant-receiving country in the world, as it had been a century earlier. ...
immigrational
See immigration. * * *
imminence
/im"euh neuhns/, n. 1. Also, imminency. the state or condition of being imminent or impending: the imminence of war. 2. something that is imminent, esp. an impending evil or ...
imminency
im·mi·nen·cy (ĭmʹə-nən-sē) n. pl. im·mi·nen·cies Imminence. * * *
imminent
—imminently, adv. —imminentness, n. /im"euh neuhnt/, adj. 1. likely to occur at any moment; impending: Her death is imminent. 2. projecting or leaning forward; ...
imminently
See imminent. * * *
imminentness
See imminently. * * *
immingle
/i ming"geuhl/, v.t., v.i., immingled, immingling. to mingle in; intermingle. [1600-10; IM-3 + MINGLE] * * *
immiscibility
See immiscible. * * *
immiscible
—immiscibility, n. —immiscibly, adv. /i mis"euh beuhl/, adj. not miscible; incapable of being mixed. [1665-75; IM-2 + MISCIBLE] * * *
immiscibly
See immiscibility. * * *
immiserate
im·mis·er·ate (ĭ-mĭzʹə-rāt') tr.v. im·mis·er·at·ed, im·mis·er·at·ing, im·mis·er·ates To make miserable; impoverish.   [New Latin immiserāre, ...
immiseration
immiseration [i miz΄əri zā′shəni miz΄ər ā′shən] n. a making or becoming miserable, as through pauperization: also immiserization [i miz΄əri zā′shən] * * * See ...
immitigability
See immitigable. * * *
immitigable
—immitigability, n. —immitigably, adv. /i mit"i geuh beuhl/, adj. not mitigable; not to be mitigated. [1570-80; < LL immitigabilis. See IM-2, MITIGABLE] * * *
immitigably
See immitigability. * * *
immittance
/i mit"ns/, n. Elect. impedance or admittance, used when the distinction between the two is not relevant. [1945-50; IM(PEDANCE) + (AD)MITTANCE] * * *
immix
/i miks"/, v.t., immixed or immixt, immixing. to mix in; mingle. [1400-50; back formation from ME immixt(e) mixed in < L immixtus ptp. of immiscere to blend, equiv. to im- IM-1 + ...
immixture
/i miks"cheuhr/, n. 1. the act of immixing. 2. the state of being immixed; involvement. [1855-60; < L immixt(us) blended (see IMMIX) + -URE; see MIXTURE] * * *
immobile
/i moh"beuhl, -beel/, adj. 1. incapable of moving or being moved. 2. not mobile or moving; motionless. [1300-50; ME < L immobilis. See IM-2, MOBILE] * * *
immobility
/im'oh bil"i tee/, n. the quality or condition of being immobile or irremovable. [1375-1425; late ME < LL immobilitas. See IM-2, MOBILITY] * * *
immobilization
See immobilize. * * *
immobilize
—immobilization, n. —immobilizer, n. /i moh"beuh luyz'/, v.t., immobilized, immobilizing. 1. to make immobile or immovable; fix in place. 2. to prevent the use, activity, or ...
immobilizer
See immobilization. * * *
immoderacy
/i mod"euhr euh see/, n. immoderation. [1675-85; IMMODER(ATE) + -ACY] * * *
immoderate
—immoderately, adv. —immoderateness, n. /i mod"euhr it/, adj. 1. not moderate; exceeding just or reasonable limits; excessive; extreme. 2. Obs. intemperate. 3. Obs. without ...
immoderately
See immoderate. * * *
immoderateness
See immoderately. * * *
immoderation
/i mod'euh ray"sheuhn/, n. lack of moderation. [1535-45; < L immoderation- (s. of immoderatio). See IM-2, MODERATION] * * *
immodest
—immodestly, adv. —immodesty, n. /i mod"ist/, adj. 1. not modest in conduct, utterance, etc.; indecent; shameless. 2. not modest in assertion or pretension; forward; ...
immodestly
See immodest. * * *
immodesty
See immodestly. * * *
Immokalee
/i moh"keuh lee'/, n. a town in S Florida. 11,038. * * *
immolate
—immolator, n. /im"euh layt'/, v.t., immolated, immolating. 1. to sacrifice. 2. to kill as a sacrificial victim, as by fire; offer in sacrifice. 3. to destroy by ...
immolation
/im'euh lay"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of immolating. 2. the state of being immolated. 3. a sacrifice. [1525-35; < L immolation- (s. of immolatio) offering, sacrifice. See ...
immolator
See immolation. * * *
Immonen, Riitta Narhi
▪ 2009       Finnish fashion designer born May 13, 1918, Ilomantsi, Fin. died Aug. 24, 2008, Helsinki, Fin. was cofounder, with textile artist Armi Ratia, of the ...
immoral
—immorally, adv. /i mawr"euhl, i mor"-/, adj. 1. violating moral principles; not conforming to the patterns of conduct usually accepted or established as consistent with ...
immoralism
—immoralist, n. /i mawr"euh liz'euhm, i mor"-/, n. Philos. indifference toward or opposition to conventional morality. [1905-10; IMMORAL + -ISM] * * *
immoralist
immoralist [im môr′əlist, i môr′əlist] n. an immoral person; specif., one who advocates immorality * * * im·mor·al·ist (ĭ-môrʹə-lĭst, -mōrʹ-) n. An advocate ...
immorality
/im'euh ral"i tee, im'aw-/, n., pl. immoralities. 1. immoral quality, character, or conduct; wickedness; evilness. 2. sexual misconduct. 3. an immoral act. [1560-70; IMMORAL + ...
immoralize
/i mawr"euh luyz', i mor"-/, v.t., immoralized, immoralizing. to make or cause to be immoral. Also, esp. Brit., immoralise. [1745-55; IMMORAL + -IZE] * * *
immorally
See immoral. * * *
immortal
—immortally, adv. /i mawr"tl/, adj. 1. not mortal; not liable or subject to death; undying: our immortal souls. 2. remembered or celebrated through all time: the immortal words ...
immortality
/im'awr tal"i tee/, n. 1. immortal condition or quality; unending life. 2. enduring fame. [1300-50; ME immortalite < L immortalitas. See IMMORTAL, -ITY] * * * ▪ philosophy ...
immortalization
See immortalize. * * *
immortalize
—immortalizable, adj. —immortalization, n. —immortalizer, n. /i mawr"tl uyz'/, v.t., immortalized, immortalizing. 1. to bestow unending fame upon; perpetuate. 2. to make ...
immortally
See immortal. * * *
immortelle
/im'awr tel"/, n. an everlasting plant or flower, esp. Xeranthemum annuum. [1825-35; < F, n. use of fem. of immortel IMMORTAL; see -ELLE] * * *
immotile
—immotility /im'oh til"i tee/, n. /i moht"l/, adj. not able to move; not motile. [1870-75; IM-2 + MOTILE] * * *
immotility
See immotile. * * *
immovability
See immovable. * * *
immovable
—immovability, immovableness, n. —immovably, adv. /i mooh"veuh beuhl/, adj. 1. incapable of being moved; fixed; stationary. 2. incapable of being influenced by feeling; ...
immovablefeast
immovable feast n. A religious holiday, such as Christmas, that does not change in date from year to year. * * *
immovableness
See immovability. * * *
immovably
See immovability. * * *
immune
/i myoohn"/, adj. 1. protected from a disease or the like, as by inoculation. 2. of or pertaining to the production of antibodies or lymphocytes that can react with a specific ...
immune body
immune body n. ANTIBODY * * *
immune complex
an aggregate of an antigen and its specific antibody. [1970-75] * * *
immune response
any of the body's immunologic reactions to an antigen. [1950-55] * * *
immune serum
a serum containing naturally or artificially produced antibodies to a given antigen, obtained from human or animal sources. [1900-05] * * *
immune system
Anat. a diffuse, complex network of interacting cells, cell products, and cell-forming tissues that protects the body from pathogens and other foreign substances, destroys ...
immune system disorder
Introduction        Disorders of the immune systemany of various failures in the body's defense mechanisms against infectious organisms (see table (Disorders of the ...
immunereaction
immune reaction n. The reaction resulting from the recognition and binding of an antigen by its specific antibody or by a previously sensitized lymphocyte. Also called ...
immuneresponse
immune response n. An integrated bodily response to an antigen, especially one mediated by lymphocytes and involving recognition of antigens by specific antibodies or previously ...
immunesystem
immune system n. The integrated body system of organs, tissues, cells, and cell products such as antibodies that differentiates self from nonself and neutralizes potentially ...
immunity
/i myooh"ni tee/, n., pl. immunities. 1. the state of being immune from or insusceptible to a particular disease or the like. 2. the condition that permits either natural or ...
immunity bath
Law. the giving of testimony that is self-incriminating in order to avail oneself of the immunity granted a witness. Cf. use immunity. [1965-70] * * *
immunization
/im'yeuh neuh zay"sheuhn, i myooh'-/, n. 1. the fact or process of becoming immune, as against a disease. 2. Finance. a method of protection against fluctuating bond interest ...
immunize
—immunizer, n. /im"yeuh nuyz', i myooh"nuyz/, v.t., immunized, immunizing. 1. to make immune. 2. to render harmless or ineffective; neutralize. 3. Law. to grant (a witness) ...
immuno-
a combining form representing immune or immunity in compound words: immunology. * * *
immunoadsorbent
/im'yeuh noh ad sawr"beuhnt, -zawr"-, i myooh'-/, n. Immunol. immunosorbent. [1970-75; IMMUNO- + ADSORBENT] * * *
immunoassay
—immunoassayable, adj. /im'yeuh noh euh say", -as"ay, i myooh'-/, n. any laboratory method for detecting a substance by using an antibody reactive with it. [1955-60; IMMUNO- + ...
immunobiology
—immunobiologic /im'yeuh noh buy'euh loj"ik, i myooh'-/, immunobiological, adj. —immunobiologist, n. /im'yeuh noh buy ol"euh jee, i myooh'-/, n. the study of the immune ...
immunochemical
See immunochemistry. * * *
immunochemically
See immunochemical. * * *
immunochemistry
—immunochemical, adj. —immunochemically, adv. —immunochemist, n. /im'yeuh noh kem"euh stree, i myooh'-/, n. the study of the chemistry of immunologic substances and ...
immunocompetence
See immunocompetent. * * *
immunocompetent
—immunocompetence, n. /im'yeuh noh kom"pi tnt, i myooh'-/, adj. having the potential for immunologic response; capable of developing immunity after exposure to ...
immunocompromised
im·mu·no·com·pro·mised (ĭm'yə-nō-kŏmʹprə-mīzd, ĭ-myo͞o'-) adj. Incapable of developing a normal immune response, usually as a result of disease, malnutrition, or ...
immunocytochemistry
—immunocytochemical, adj. —immunocytochemically, adv. /im'yeuh noh suy'toh kem"euh stree, i myooh'-/, n. the detection of chemical components of cells by means of antibodies ...
immunodeficiency
—immunodeficient, adj. /im'yeuh noh di fish"euhn see, i myooh'-/, n., pl. immunodeficiencies. impairment of the immune response, predisposing to infection and certain ...
immunodeficient
See immunodeficiency. * * *
immunodepressant
See immunodepression. * * *
immunodepression
im·mu·no·de·pres·sion (ĭm'yə-nō-dĭ-prĕshʹən, ĭ-myo͞oʹ-) n. See immunosuppression.   im'mu·no·de·presʹsant (-prĕsʹənt) n. im'mu·no·de·presʹsive adj. * ...
immunodepressive
See immunodepressant. * * *
immunodiagnosis
/im'yeuh noh duy'euhg noh"sis, i myooh'-/, n., pl. immunodiagnoses /-seez/. serodiagnosis. [IMMUNO- + DIAGNOSIS] * * *
immunodiagnostic
See immunodiagnosis. * * *
immunodiagnostics
/im'yeuh noh duy'euhg nos"tiks, i myooh'-/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the determination of immunologic characteristics of individuals, cells, and other biologic ...
immunodiffusion
/im'yeuh noh di fyooh"zheuhn, i myooh'-/, n. any of various analytical techniques that involve antigen and antibody solutions diffusing toward each other in a gel until antibody ...
immunoelectrophoresis
—immunoelectrophoretic /im'yeuh noh i lek'troh feuh ret"ik, i myooh'-/, adj. /im'yeuh noh i lek'troh feuh ree"sis, i myooh'-/, n. a technique for the separation and ...
immunofluorescence
—immunofluorescent, adj. /im'yeuh noh floo res"euhns, -flaw-, -floh-, i myooh'-/, n. any of various techniques for detecting an antigen or antibody in a sample by coupling its ...
immunofluorescence assay
Med. a diagnostic blood test using the technique of immunofluorescence. Abbr.: IFA * * *
immunofluorescent
See immunofluorescence. * * *
immunogen
/i myooh"neuh jeuhn, -jen'/, n. any substance or cell introduced into the body in order to generate an immune response. [1955-60; IMMUNO- + -GEN] * * *
immunogenetic
See immunogenetics. * * *
immunogeneticist
See immunogenetic. * * *
immunogenetics
—immunogenetic, immunogenetical, adj. /im'yeuh noh jeuh net"iks, i myooh'-/, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. the branch of immunology dealing with the study of immunity in ...
immunogenic
—immunogenically, adv. —immunogenicity /im'yeuh noh jeuh nis"i tee, i myooh'-/, n. /im'yeuh noh jen"ik, i myooh'neuh-/, adj. causing or capable of producing an immune ...
immunoglobulin
/im'yeuh noh glob"yeuh lin, i myooh'-/, n. 1. any of several classes of structurally related proteins that function as antibodies or receptors and are found in plasma and other ...
immunoglobulinA
immunoglobulin A n. Abbr. IgA The class of antibodies produced predominantly against ingested antigens, found in body secretions such as saliva, sweat, or tears, and functioning ...
immunoglobulinD
immunoglobulin D n. Abbr. IgD The class of antibodies found only on the surface of B cells and possibly functioning as antigen receptors to initiate differentiation of B cells ...
immunoglobulinE
immunoglobulin E n. Abbr. IgE The class of antibodies produced in the lungs, skin, and mucous membranes and responsible for allergic reactions. * * *
immunoglobulinG
immunoglobulin G n. Abbr. IgG The most abundant class of antibodies found in blood serum and lymph and active against bacteria, fungi, viruses, and foreign particles. ...
immunoglobulinM
immunoglobulin M n. Abbr. IgM The class of antibodies found in circulating body fluids and the first antibodies to appear in response to an initial exposure to an antigen. * * *
immunohematology
—immunohematologic /im'yeuh noh hee'meuh tl oj"ik, -hem'euh-, i myooh'-/, immunohematological, adj. /im'yeuh noh hee'meuh tol"euh jee, -hem'euh-, i myooh'-/, n. the study of ...
immunohistochemistry
—immunohistochemical, adj. —immunohistochemically, adv. /im'yeuh noh his'toh kem"euh stree, i myooh'-/, n. the application of immunologic techniques to the chemical analysis ...
immunohistology
—immunohistologic /im'yeuh noh his'tl oj"ik, i myooh'-/, immunohistological, adj. —immunohistologically, adv. /im'yeuh noh hi stol"euh jee, i myooh'-/, n. the microscopic ...
immunol.
immunology. * * *
immunologic
See immunology. * * *
immunological
See immunologic. * * *
immunologically
See immunologic. * * *
immunologist
See immunologic. * * *
immunology
—immunologic /im'yeuh nl oj"ik, i myooh'-/, immunological, adj. —immunologically, adv. —immunologist, n. /im'yeuh nol"euh jee/, n. the branch of science dealing with the ...
immunopathology
—immunopathological /im'yeuh noh path'euh loj"i keuhl, i myooh'-/, immunopathologic, adj. —immunopathologically, adv. —immunopathologist, n. /im'yeuh noh peuh thol"euh jee, ...
immunoprecipitation
/im'yeuh noh pri sip'i tay"sheuhn, i myooh'-/, n. the separation of an antigen from a solution by the formation of a large complex with its specific antibody. [1965-70; IMMUNO- + ...
immunoreaction
immunoreaction [im΄yə nō rē ak′shən, i myo͞o΄nōrē ak′shən] n. the reaction between an antigen and its antibody * * * im·mu·no·re·ac·tion ...
immunoreactive
See immunoreaction. * * *
immunoreactivity
See immunoreactive. * * *
immunosorbent
/im'yeuh noh sawr"beuhnt, -zawr"-, i myooh'-/, n. Immunol. an insoluble surface to which a specific antibody is attached for the purpose of removing the corresponding antigen ...
immunostimulant
im·mu·no·stim·u·lant (ĭm'yə-nō-stĭmʹyə-lənt, ĭ-myo͞o'-) n. An agent that stimulates an immune response. * * *
immunosuppress
/im'yeuh noh seuh pres", i myooh'-/, v.t., v.i. to suppress the normal immune response. [1965-70; back formation from IMMUNOSUPPRESSION or IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE] * * *
immunosuppressant
See immunosuppression. * * *
immunosuppressed
See immunosuppressant. * * *
immunosuppression
—immunosuppressed, adj. /im'yeuh noh seuh presh"euhn, i myooh'-/, n. Pathol. the inhibition of the normal immune response because of disease, the administration of drugs, or ...
immunosuppressive
/im'yeuh noh seuh pres"iv, i myooh'-/, Pharm. adj. 1. capable of causing immunosuppression: immunosuppressive drugs. n. 2. Pharm. Also, immunosuppressor /im'yeuh noh seuh ...
immunotherapeutic
See immunotherapy. * * *
immunotherapist
See immunotherapeutic. * * *
immunotherapy
—immunotherapeutic /im'yeuh noh ther'euh pyooh"tik, i myooh'-/, adj. /im'yeuh noh ther"euh pee, i myooh'-/, n., pl. immunotherapies. treatment designed to produce immunity to a ...
immunotoxin
/im'yeuh noh tok"sin, i myooh'-/, n. Immunol. a monoclonal antibody linked to a toxin with the intention of destroying a specific target cell while leaving adjacent cells ...
immure
—immurement, immuration /im'yeuh ray"sheuhn/, n. /i myoor"/, v.t., immured, immuring. 1. to enclose within walls. 2. to shut in; seclude or confine. 3. to imprison. 4. to build ...
immurement
See immure. * * *
immutability
See immutable. * * *
immutable
—immutability, immutableness, n. —immutably, adv. /i myooh"teuh beuhl/, adj. not mutable; unchangeable; changeless. [1375-1425; late ME < L immutabilis. See IM-2, MUTABLE] * ...
immutableness
See immutability. * * *
immutably
See immutability. * * *
Imo
▪ state, Nigeria       state, southern Nigeria. Imo is bordered by the states of Anambra to the north, Abia (until 1991 part of Imo state) to the east, and Rivers to ...
Imogen
Imogen [im′əjēn΄im′ə jen΄] n. 〚first recorded in Shakespeare's Cymbeline (First Folio): ? misprint for Holinshed's Innogen〛 a feminine name: also Imogene ...
Imogene
/im"euh jeen'/, n. a female given name. Also, Imogen /im"euh jen', -jeuhn/. * * *
Imola
▪ Italy       town and episcopal see, Emilia-Romagna regione, northern Italy. Imola lies along the Santerno River, southeast of Bologna. Its Forum Cornelii was a ...
imp
/imp/, n. 1. a little devil or demon; an evil spirit. 2. a mischievous child. 3. Archaic. a scion or offshoot of a plant or tree. 4. Archaic. an offspring. v.t. 5. Falconry. a. ...


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