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incircle
/in"serr'keuhl/, n. Geom. a circle inscribed within a triangle. [1880-85; IN-1 + CIRCLE] * * *
incisal
in·ci·sal (ĭn-sīʹzəl) adj. Of, relating to, or being the cutting edge of an incisor or canine tooth. * * *
incise
/in suyz"/, v.t., incised, incising. 1. to cut into; cut marks, figures, etc., upon. 2. to make (marks, figures, etc.) by cutting; engrave; carve. [1535-45; < L incisus ptp. of ...
incised
/in suyzd"/, adj. 1. cut into: the incised material. 2. made by cutting: an incised pattern. 3. Med. made or cut cleanly, as if surgically; not ragged: an incised wound. 4. (of a ...
incision
/in sizh"euhn/, n. 1. a cut, gash, or notch. 2. the act of incising. 3. a cutting into, esp. for surgical purposes. 4. incisiveness; keenness. [1350-1400; ME < L incision- (s. of ...
incisive
—incisively, adv. —incisiveness, n. /in suy"siv/, adj. 1. penetrating; cutting; biting; trenchant: an incisive tone of voice. 2. remarkably clear and direct; sharp; keen; ...
incisively
See incisive. * * *
incisiveness
See incisively. * * *
incisor
/in suy"zeuhr/, n. Dentistry. any of the four anterior teeth in each jaw, used for cutting and gnawing. See illus. under tooth. [1665-75; < NL: lit., cutter, equiv. to L ...
incisory
/in suy"zeuh ree/, adj. adapted for cutting, as the incisor teeth. [1585-95; INCISOR + -Y1] * * *
incisure
—incisural, adj. /in sizh"euhr/, n. Anat. a notch, as in a bone or other structure. [1590-1600; < L incisura. See INCISE, -URE] * * *
incitation
in·ci·ta·tion (ĭn'sī-tāʹshən) n. 1. The act or an instance of inciting; stimulation. 2. Something that incites. * * *
incite
—incitable, adj. —incitant, adj., n. —incitation /in'suy tay"sheuhn, -si-/, n. —inciter, n. —incitingly, adv. /in suyt"/, v.t., incited, inciting. to stir, encourage, ...
incitement
/in suyt"meuhnt/, n. 1. the act of inciting. 2. the state of being incited. 3. motive; incentive. [1585-95; INCITE + -MENT; cf. L incitamentum] * * *
inciter
See incitement. * * *
incivility
—incivil /in siv"euhl/, adj. /in'seuh vil"i tee/, n., pl. incivilities for 2. 1. the quality or condition of being uncivil; discourteous behavior or treatment. 2. an uncivil ...
incl
incl abbrev. 1. inclosure 2. including 3. inclusive * * *
incl.
1. inclosure. 2. including. 3. inclusive. * * *
inclasp
/in klasp", -klahsp"/, v.t. enclasp. * * *
inclemency
See inclement. * * *
inclement
—inclemency, inclementness, n. —inclemently, adv. /in klem"euhnt/, adj. 1. (of the weather, the elements, etc.) severe, rough, or harsh; stormy. 2. not kind or ...
inclemently
See inclemency. * * *
inclinable
/in kluy"neuh beuhl/, adj. 1. having a mental tendency in a certain direction. 2. favorable. 3. capable of being inclined. [1400-50; late ME; see INCLINE, -ABLE] * * *
inclination
—inclinational, adj. /in'kleuh nay"sheuhn/, n. 1. a disposition or bent, esp. of the mind or will; a liking or preference: Much against his inclination, he was forced to ...
inclinatory
—inclinatorily, adv. /in kluy"neuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. characterized by inclination. [1605-15; < L inclinat(us) (see INCLINATION) + -ORY1] * * *
incline
—incliner, n. v. /in kluyn"/; n. /in"kluyn, in kluyn"/, v., inclined, inclining, n. v.t. 1. to deviate from the vertical or horizontal; slant. 2. to have a mental tendency, ...
inclined
/in kluynd"/, adj. 1. deviating in direction from the horizontal or vertical; sloping. 2. disposed; of a mind (usually fol. by to): He was inclined to stay. 3. having a physical ...
inclined plane
1. one of the simple machines, a plane surface inclined to the horizon, or forming with a horizontal plane any angle but a right angle. Cf. machine (def. 4b). 2. incline (def. ...
inclinedplane
inclined plane n. A plane set at an angle to the horizontal, especially a simple machine used to raise or lower a load by rolling or sliding. * * *
incliner
See incline. * * *
inclining
/in kluy"ning/, n. 1. inclination; disposition. 2. Archaic. people who are sympathetic to a person or cause. [1300-50; ME enclinynge. See INCLINE, -ING1] * * *
inclinometer
/in'kleuh nom"i teuhr/, n. 1. Aeron. an instrument for measuring the angle an aircraft makes with the horizontal. 2. Physics. See dip needle. [1835-45; INCLINE + -O- + -METER] * ...
inclip
/in klip"/, v.t., inclipped, inclipping. Archaic. to grasp or enclose. [1600-10; IN-1 + CLIP2 (v.)] * * *
inclose
—incloser, n. /in klohz"/, v.t., inclosed, inclosing. enclose. * * *
inclosure
/in kloh"zheuhr/, n. enclosure. * * *
includable
See include. * * *
include
—includable, includible, adj. /in kloohd"/, v.t., included, including. 1. to contain, as a whole does parts or any part or element: The package includes the computer, program, ...
included
—includedness, n. /in klooh"did/, adj. 1. being part of the whole; contained; covered: Breakfast is included in the price of the room. 2. Bot. not projecting beyond the mouth ...
includible
See includable. * * *
including
including [in klo͞od′iŋ] prep. involving, containing, or comprising * * *
incluse
/in"kloohs/, n. recluse (def. 2). [1375-1425; late ME < L inclusus, ptp. of includere to enclose, shut in, equiv. to includ- (see INCLUDE) + -tus ptp. suffix, with -dt- > -s-] * ...
inclusion
/in klooh"zheuhn/, n. 1. the act of including. 2. the state of being included. 3. something that is included. 4. Biol. a body suspended in the cytoplasm, as a granule. 5. ...
inclusion body
Pathol. a particle that takes a characteristic stain, found in a virus-infected cell. [1920-25] * * *
inclusion complex
Chem. a solid solution in which molecules of one compound occupy places in the crystal lattice of another compound. Cf. adduct (def. 2). Also called inclusion compound. * * *
inclusion map
Math. a map of a set to itself in which each element of a given subset of the set is mapped to itself. [1945-50] * * *
inclusionary
/in klooh"zheuh ner'ee/, adj. (of zoning, housing programs, etc.) stipulating that a certain percentage of new housing will be priced within the reach of middle-income buyers or ...
inclusionbody
inclusion body n. An abnormal structure in a cell nucleus or cytoplasm having characteristic staining properties and associated especially with certain viral infections, such as ...
inclusive
—inclusively, adv. —inclusiveness, n. /in klooh"siv/, adj. 1. including the stated limit or extremes in consideration or account: from 6 to 37 inclusive. 2. including a great ...
inclusive disjunction
Logic. See under disjunction (def. 2a). [1940-45] * * *
inclusive fitness
Biol. the fitness of an individual organism as measured in terms of the survival and reproductive success of its kin, each relative being valued according to the probability of ...
inclusively
See inclusive. * * *
inclusiveness
See inclusively. * * *
inclusiveof
inclusive of prep. Taking into consideration or account; including. * * *
incoercible
/in'koh err"seuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not coercible. 2. Physics. (of a gas) incapable of being reduced to a liquid form by pressure. [1700-10; IN-3 + COERCIBLE] * * *
incog
/in kog"/, adj., adv., n. Informal. incognita or incognito. [1690-1700; by shortening] * * *
incogitable
incogitable [in käj′i tə bəl] adj. 〚L incogitabilis: see IN-2 & COGITABLE〛 Rare unthinkable; inconceivable * * *
incogitant
—incogitantly, adv. /in koj"i teuhnt/, adj. 1. thoughtless; inconsiderate. 2. not having the faculty of thought. [1620-30; < L incogitant-, equiv. to in- IN-3 + cogitant- (s. ...
incognita
/in'kog nee"teuh, in kog"ni-/, adj., adv. 1. (of a woman or girl) incognito. n. 2. a woman or girl who is incognita. [1660-70; < It; fem. of INCOGNITO] * * *
incognito
/in'kog nee"toh, in kog"ni toh'/, adj., adv., n., pl. incognitos for 3, 5. adj. 1. having one's identity concealed, as under an assumed name, esp. to avoid notice or formal ...
incognizance
See incognizant. * * *
incognizant
—incognizance, n. /in kog"neuh zeuhnt/, adj. not cognizant; without knowledge or awareness; unaware (usually fol. by of). [1830-40; IN-3 + COGNIZANT] * * *
incoherence
/in'koh hear"euhns, -her"-/, n. 1. the quality or state of being incoherent. 2. something incoherent; an incoherent statement, article, speech, etc. [1605-15; IN-3 + COHERENCE] * ...
incoherency
/in'koh hear"euhn see, -her"-/, n., pl. incoherencies. incoherence. [1675-85; IN-3 + COHERENCY] * * *
incoherent
—incoherently, adv. /in'koh hear"euhnt, -her"-/, adj. 1. without logical or meaningful connection; disjointed; rambling: an incoherent sentence. 2. characterized by such ...
incoherently
See incoherent. * * *
incoherentness
See incoherently. * * *
incombustibility
See incombustible. * * *
incombustible
—incombustibility, incombustibleness, n. —incombustibly, adv. /in'keuhm bus"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not combustible; incapable of being burned; fireproof. n. 2. an incombustible ...
incombustibly
See incombustibility. * * *
income
—incomeless, adj. /in"kum/, n. 1. the monetary payment received for goods or services, or from other sources, as rents or investments. 2. something that comes in as an addition ...
income account
1. an account maintained for a particular item of revenue or income. 2. Also called profit and loss account. a summary account for income and expenditures, used in closing the ...
income and employment theory
      a body of economic (economics) analysis concerned with the relative levels of output, employment, and prices in an economy. By defining the interrelation of these ...
income bond
a bond without a guaranteed amount of interest payment, such payment being usually made only out of earnings. [1885-90] * * *
income maintenance
a government program that provides financial assistance to needy people so that they can maintain a certain income level. [1970-75] * * *
income statement
an accounting of income and expenses that indicates a firm's net profit or loss over a certain period of time, usually one year. * * * In accounting, the activity-oriented ...
income support
n [U] (in Britain) money given by the government to help people with very low incomes, e.g. people without a job or single parents. * * *
income tax
a tax levied on incomes, esp. an annual government tax on personal incomes. [1790-1800] * * * Levy imposed by public authority on the incomes of persons or corporations within ...
incomebond
income bond n. A long-term debt security in which the issuer is required to pay interest only when interest is earned. * * *
incomefund
income fund n. An investment company whose main objective is to achieve current income for its owners. * * *
incomeproperty
income property n. Real estate that produces current income, typically from rental payments. * * *
incomer
/in"kum'euhr/, n. 1. a person who comes in. 2. Chiefly Brit. an immigrant. 3. an intruder. 4. a successor. 5. Hunting. a duck, pheasant, etc., that flies toward the ...
incomes policy
a government policy to curb inflation that relies on voluntary compliance rather than on mandatory wage, price, or profit controls. [1955-60] * * * Collective governmental ...
incometax
income tax n. A tax levied on net personal or business income. * * *
incometax return
income tax return n. See return. * * *
incoming
/in"kum'ing/, adj. 1. coming in; arriving: the incoming tide. 2. newly arrived or received: incoming mail; incoming orders. 3. succeeding, as an officeholder: the incoming ...
incommensurability
See incommensurable. * * *
incommensurable
—incommensurability, incommensurableness, n. —incommensurably, adv. /in'keuh men"seuhr euh beuhl, -sheuhr-/, adj. 1. not commensurable; having no common basis, measure, or ...
incommensurably
See incommensurability. * * *
incommensurate
—incommensurately, adv. —incommensurateness, n. /in'keuh men"seuhr it, -sheuhr-/, adj. 1. not commensurate; disproportionate; inadequate: Our income is incommensurate to our ...
incommensurately
See incommensurate. * * *
incommensurateness
See incommensurately. * * *
incommode
/in'keuh mohd"/, v.t., incommoded, incommoding. 1. to inconvenience or discomfort; disturb; trouble. 2. to impede; hinder. [1510-20; < L incommodare, deriv. of incommodus ...
incommodious
—incommodiously, adv. —incommodiousness, n. /in'keuh moh"dee euhs/, adj. inconvenient, as not affording sufficient space or room; uncomfortable: incommodious hotel ...
incommodiously
See incommodious. * * *
incommodiousness
See incommodiously. * * *
incommodity
/in'keuh mod"i tee/, n., pl. incommodities. disadvantage; inconvenience. [1400-50; late ME < L incommoditas. See INCOMMODE, -ITY] * * *
incommunicability
See incommunicable. * * *
incommunicable
—incommunicability, incommunicableness, n. —incommunicably, adv. /in'keuh myooh"ni keuh beuhl/, adj. 1. incapable of being communicated, imparted, shared, etc. 2. not ...
incommunicably
See incommunicability. * * *
incommunicado
/in'keuh myooh'ni kah"doh/, adj. (esp. of a prisoner) deprived of any communication with others. [1835-45, Amer.; < Sp incomunicado. See IN-3, COMMUNICATE] * * *
incommunicative
—incommunicatively, adv. —incommunicativeness, n. /in'keuh myooh"ni keuh tiv, -kay'-/, adj. not communicative; reserved; uncommunicative. [1660-70; IN-3 + COMMUNICATIVE] * * *
incommunicatively
See incommunicative. * * *
incommunicativeness
See incommunicatively. * * *
incommutability
See incommutable. * * *
incommutable
—incommutability, incommutableness, n. —incommutably, adv. /in'keuh myooh"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not exchangeable. 2. unchangeable; unalterable. [1400-50; late ME < L ...
incommutableness
See incommutability. * * *
incommutably
See incommutability. * * *
incompact
—incompactly, adv. —incompactness, n. /in'keuhm pakt"/, adj. not compact; loose. [1610-20; IN-3 + COMPACT1] * * *
incomparability
See incomparable. * * *
incomparable
—incomparability, incomparableness, n. —incomparably, adv. /in kom"peuhr euh beuhl, -preuh beuhl/, adj. 1. beyond comparison; matchless or unequaled: incomparable beauty. 2. ...
incomparableness
See incomparability. * * *
incomparably
See incomparability. * * *
incompatibility
in·com·pat·i·bil·i·ty (ĭn'kəm-păt'ə-bĭlʹĭ-tē) n. pl. in·com·pat·i·bil·i·ties 1. The state or quality of being incompatible. 2. incompatibilities Mutually ...
incompatible
—incompatibility, incompatibleness, n. —incompatibly, adv. /in'keuhm pat"euh beuhl/, adj. 1. not compatible; unable to exist together in harmony: She asked for a divorce ...
incompatibleness
See incompatible. * * *
incompatibly
See incompatibleness. * * *
incompetence
/in kom"pi teuhns/, n. 1. the quality or condition of being incompetent; lack of ability. 2. Law. the condition of lacking power to act with legal effectiveness. Also, ...
incompetency
in·com·pe·ten·cy (ĭn-kŏmʹpĭ-tən-sē) n. pl. in·com·pe·ten·cies Incompetence. * * *
incompetent
—incompetently, adv. /in kom"pi teuhnt/, adj. 1. not competent; lacking qualification or ability; incapable: an incompetent candidate. 2. characterized by or showing ...
incompetently
See incompetent. * * *
incomplete
—incompletely, adv. —incompleteness, n. /in'keuhm pleet"/, adj. 1. not complete; lacking some part. 2. Football. (of a forward pass) not completed; not caught by a ...
incomplete dominance
the appearance in a heterozygote of a trait that is intermediate between either of the trait's homozygous phenotypes. Also called semidominance. * * *
incomplete fracture
a fracture extending partly across the bone. * * *
incompleteabortion
incomplete abortion n. An induced abortion in which the contents of the uterus are not completely expelled. * * *
incompletedominance
incomplete dominance n. A heterozygous condition in which both alleles at a gene locus are partially expressed, often producing an intermediate phenotype. * * *
incompleteflower
incomplete flower n. A flower lacking sepals, petals, stamens, or pistils. * * *
incompletefracture
incomplete fracture n. A fracture that does not extend through the full transverse width of a bone. * * *
incompletely
See incomplete. * * *
incompletemetamorphosis
incomplete metamorphosis n. A life cycle of certain insects, such as crickets and grasshoppers, characterized by the absence of a pupal stage between the immature and adult ...
incompleteness
See incompletely. * * *
incompletion
/in'keuhm plee"sheuhn/, n. 1. the state of being incomplete; incompleteness. 2. Football. an incomplete forward pass. [1795-1805; IN-3 + COMPLETION] * * *
incompliance
See incompliant. * * *
incompliancy
See incompliance. * * *
incompliant
—incompliance, incompliancy, n. —incompliantly, adv. /in'keuhm pluy"euhnt/, adj. 1. not compliant; unyielding. 2. not pliant. [1640-50; IN-3 + COMPLIANT] * * *
incompliantly
See incompliance. * * *
incomprehensibility
See incomprehensible. * * *
incomprehensible
—incomprehensibility, incomprehensibleness, n. —incomprehensibly, adv. /in'kom pri hen"seuh beuhl, in kom'-/, adj. 1. impossible to understand or comprehend; ...
incomprehensibleness
See incomprehensibility. * * *
incomprehensibly
See incomprehensibility. * * *
incomprehension
/in'kom pri hen"sheuhn, in kom'-/, n. lack of comprehension or understanding: The audience listened politely but with incomprehension. [1595-1605; IN-3 + COMPREHENSION] * * *
incomprehensive
—incomprehensively, adv. —incomprehensiveness, n. /in'kom pri hen"siv, in kom'-/, adj. 1. not comprehensive. 2. not comprehending readily; having a slow or inadequate mental ...
incomprehensively
See incomprehensive. * * *
incomprehensiveness
See incomprehensively. * * *
incompressibility
See incompressible. * * *
incompressible
—incompressibility, n. —incompressibly, adv. /in'keuhm pres"euh beuhl/, adj. not compressible. [1720-30; IN-3 + COMPRESSIBLE] * * *
incomputability
See incomputable. * * *
incomputable
—incomputably, adv. /in'keuhm pyooh"teuh beuhl/, adj. incapable of being computed; incalculable. [1600-10; IN-3 + COMPUTABLE] * * *
inconceivability
See inconceivable. * * *
inconceivable
—inconceivability, inconceivableness, n. —inconceivably, adv. /in'keuhn see"veuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not conceivable; unimaginable; unthinkable 2. unbelievable; ...
inconceivableness
See inconceivability. * * *
inconceivably
See inconceivability. * * *
inconcinnity
inconcinnity [in΄kən sin′ə tē] n. pl. inconcinnities lack of harmony, proportion, or elegance, esp. in writing style * * * in·con·cin·ni·ty ...
inconclusive
—inconclusively, adv. —inconclusiveness, n. /in'keuhn klooh"siv/, adj. 1. not conclusive; not resolving fully all doubts or questions: inconclusive evidence. 2. without final ...
inconclusively
See inconclusive. * * *
inconclusiveness
See inconclusively. * * *
incondensability
See incondensable. * * *
incondensable
—incondensability, incondensibility, n. /in'keuhn den"seuh beuhl/, adj. not condensable; incapable of being condensed. Also, incondensible. [1730-40; IN-3 + CONDENSABLE] * * *
incondite
/in kon"dit, -duyt/, adj. 1. ill-constructed; unpolished: incondite prose. 2. crude; rough; unmannerly. [1530-40; < L inconditus, equiv. to in- IN-3 + conditus ptp. of condere to ...
inconditely
See incondite. * * *
inconducive
/in'keuhn dooh"siv, -dyooh"-/, adj. not conducive; tending to be harmful or injurious: inconducive to the public good. [1840-50; IN-3 + CONDUCIVE] * * *
Inconel
/ing"keuh nel'/, Trademark. an alloy of nickel, chromium, and iron that is highly resistant to high temperatures and corrosion. * * *
inconformity
/in'keuhn fawr"mi tee/, n. lack of conformity; failure or refusal to conform; nonconformity. [1585-95; IN-3 + CONFORMITY] * * *
incongruence
See incongruent. * * *
incongruent
—incongruence, n. —incongruently, adv. /in kong"grooh euhnt, in'keuhn grooh"-, -keuhng-/, adj. not congruent. [1525-35; < L incongruent- (s. of incongruens) inconsistent. See ...
incongruent melting
      liquefaction of a solid accompanied by decomposition or by reaction with the melt to produce another solid and a liquid that differs in composition from the original ...
incongruently
See incongruence. * * *
incongruity
/in'keuhn grooh"i tee, -keuhng-/, n., pl. incongruities for 2. 1. the quality or condition of being incongruous. 2. something incongruous. [1525-35; < LL incongruitas. See IN-3, ...
incongruous
—incongruously, adv. —incongruousness, n. /in kong"grooh euhs/, adj. 1. out of keeping or place; inappropriate; unbecoming: an incongruous effect; incongruous behavior. 2. ...
incongruously
See incongruous. * * *
incongruousness
See incongruously. * * *
inconnu
/in'keuh nooh", -nyooh", ing'-/; Fr. /aonn kaw nyuu"/, n., pl. inconnus /-noohz", -nyoohz"/; Fr. /-nyuu"/, (esp. collectively for 2) inconnu. 1. a person who is unknown; ...
inconscient
—inconsciently, adv. /in kon"sheuhnt/, adj. unconscious. [1880-85; IN-3 + conscient conscious ( < F conscient) < L conscient-, s. of consciens, prp. of conscire, orig., to have ...
inconsecutive
—inconsecutively, adj. —inconsecutiveness, n. /in'keuhn sek"yeuh tiv/, adj. not consecutive. [1830-40; IN-3 + CONSECUTIVE] * * *
inconsequence
See inconsequent. * * *
inconsequent
—inconsequence, inconsequentness, n. —inconsequently, adv. /in kon"si kwent', -kweuhnt/, adj. 1. characterized by lack of proper sequence in thought, speech, or action. 2. ...
inconsequential
—inconsequentiality, n. —inconsequentially, adv. /in'kon si kwen"sheuhl, in kon'-/, adj. 1. of little or no importance; insignificant; trivial. 2. inconsequent; illogical. 3. ...
inconsequentiality
See inconsequential. * * *
inconsequentially
See inconsequentiality. * * *
inconsequentialness
See inconsequentiality. * * *
inconsequently
See inconsequence. * * *
inconsiderable
—inconsiderableness, n. —inconsiderably, adv. /in'keuhn sid"euhr euh beuhl/, adj. 1. small, as in value, amount, or size. 2. not worth consideration or notice; ...
inconsiderableness
See inconsiderable. * * *
inconsiderably
See inconsiderableness. * * *
inconsiderate
—inconsiderately, adv. —inconsiderateness, inconsideration, n. /in'keuhn sid"euhr it/, adj. 1. without due regard for the rights or feelings of others: It was inconsiderate ...
inconsiderately
See inconsiderate. * * *
inconsiderateness
See inconsiderately. * * *
inconsideration
See inconsiderately. * * *
inconsistence
in·con·sis·tence (ĭn'kən-sĭsʹtəns) n. Inconsistency. * * *
inconsistency
/in'keuhn sis"teuhn see/, n., pl. inconsistencies for 2. 1. the quality or condition of being inconsistent. 2. an inconsistent thing, action, remark, etc. Also, ...
inconsistent
—inconsistently, adv. /in'keuhn sis"teuhnt/, adj. 1. lacking in harmony between the different parts or elements; self-contradictory: an inconsistent story. 2. lacking ...
inconsistent equations
inconsistent equations n. two or more equations impossible to satisfy by any one set of values for the variables (Ex.: x + y = 1 and x + y = 2) * * *
inconsistently
See inconsistent. * * *
inconsolability
See inconsolable. * * *
inconsolable
—inconsolability, inconsolableness, n. —inconsolably, adv. /in'keuhn soh"leuh beuhl/, adj. not consolable; that cannot be comforted; disconsolate: She was inconsolable when ...
inconsolableness
See inconsolability. * * *
inconsolably
See inconsolability. * * *
inconsonance
See inconsonant. * * *
inconsonant
—inconsonance, n. —inconsonantly, adv. /in kon"seuh neuhnt/, adj. not consonant or in accord. [1650-60; IN-3 + CONSONANT] * * *
inconsonantly
See inconsonance. * * *
inconspicuous
—inconspicuously, adv. —inconspicuousness, n. /in'keuhn spik"yooh euhs/, adj. not conspicuous, noticeable, or prominent. [1615-25; < L inconspicuus. See IN-3, ...
inconspicuously
See inconspicuous. * * *
inconspicuousness
See inconspicuously. * * *
inconstancy
in·con·stan·cy (ĭn-kŏnʹstən-sē) n. pl. in·con·stan·cies 1. The state or quality of being eccentrically variable or fickle. 2. An instance of being eccentrically ...
inconstant
—inconstancy, n. —inconstantly, adv. /in kon"steuhnt/, adj. not constant; changeable; fickle; variable: an inconstant friend. [1375-1425; late ME inconstaunt < L inconstant- ...
inconstantly
See inconstant. * * *
inconsumable
—inconsumably, adv. /in'keuhn sooh"meuh beuhl/, adj. not consumable; incapable of being consumed. [1640-50; IN-3 + CONSUMABLE] * * *
inconsumably
See inconsumable. * * *
incontestability
See incontestable. * * *
incontestability clause
a clause in a life-insurance or health-insurance policy stating that the insurer cannot contest the policy after a stated period of time. * * *
incontestable
—incontestability, incontestableness, n. —incontestably, adv. /in'keuhn tes"teuh beuhl/, adj. not contestable; not open to dispute; incontrovertible: incontestable ...
incontestably
See incontestability. * * *
incontinence
in·con·ti·nence (ĭn-kŏnʹtə-nəns) n. The quality or state of being incontinent. * * * Inability to control excretion. Starting and stopping urination relies on normal ...
incontinency
in·con·ti·nen·cy (ĭn-kŏnʹtə-nən-sē) n. Incontinence. * * *
incontinent
—incontinence, incontinency, n. /in kon"tn euhnt/, adj. 1. unable to restrain natural discharges or evacuations of urine or feces. 2. unable to contain or retain (usually fol. ...
incontinently
incontinently1 /in kon"tn euhnt lee/, adv. without exercising continence. [1545-55; INCONTINENT + -LY] incontinently2 /in kon"tn euhnt lee/, adv. Archaic. immediately; at once; ...
incontrollable
—incontrollably, adv. /in'keuhn troh"leuh beuhl/, adj. not controllable; uncontrollable. [1590-1600; IN-3 + CONTROLLABLE] * * *
incontrovertibility
See incontrovertible. * * *
incontrovertible
—incontrovertibility, incontrovertibleness, n. —incontrovertibly, adv. /in'kon treuh verr"teuh beuhl, in kon'-/, adj. not controvertible; not open to question or dispute; ...
incontrovertibleness
See incontrovertibility. * * *
incontrovertibly
See incontrovertibility. * * *
inconvenience
/in'keuhn veen"yeuhns/, n., v., inconvenienced, inconveniencing. n. 1. the quality or state of being inconvenient. 2. an inconvenient circumstance or thing; something that causes ...
inconveniency
/in'keuhn veen"yeuhn see/, n., pl. inconveniencies. inconvenience. [1400-50; late ME: mishap, danger; see INCONVENIENCE, -Y3] * * *
inconvenient
—inconveniently, adv. /in'keuhn veen"yeuhnt/, adj. 1. not easily accessible or at hand: The phone is in an inconvenient place. 2. inopportune; untimely: an inconvenient time ...
inconveniently
See inconvenient. * * *
inconvertibility
See inconvertible. * * *
inconvertible
—inconvertibility, inconvertibleness, n. —inconvertibly, adv. /in'keuhn verr"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. (of paper money) not capable of being converted into specie. 2. not ...
inconvertibleness
See inconvertibility. * * *
inconvertibly
See inconvertibility. * * *
inconvincible
—inconvincibility, n. —inconvincibly, adv. /in'keuhn vin"seuh beuhl/, adj. not convincible; incapable of being convinced. [1665-75; IN-3 + CONVINCIBLE] * * *
incoordinate
/in'koh awr"dn it/, adj. not coordinate; not coordinated. Also, inco-ordinate. [1885-90; IN-3 + COORDINATE] * * *
incoordinately
See incoordinate. * * *
incoordination
/in'koh awr'dn ay"sheuhn/, n. lack of coordination. Also, inco-ordination. [1875-80; IN-3 + COORDINATION] * * *
incor.
incorporated. Also, incorp. * * *
incorp
incorp abbrev. incorporated * * *
incorporable
/in kawr"peuhr euh beuhl/, adj. able to be incorporated. [1600-10; < LL incorpor(are) to embody + -ABLE. See INCORPORATE1] * * *
incorporate
incorporate1 —incorporation, n. —incorporative, adj. v. /in kawr"peuh rayt'/; adj. /in kawr"peuhr it, -prit/, v., incorporated, incorporating, adj. v.t. 1. to form into a ...
incorporated
—incorporatedness, n. /in kawr"peuh ray'tid/, adj. 1. formed or constituted as a legal corporation. 2. combined in one body; made part of. [1590-1600; INCORPORATE1 + -ED2] * * *
incorporated bar
Law. See integrated bar. * * *
incorporating
in·cor·po·rat·ing (ĭn-kôrʹpə-rā'tĭng) adj. Linguistics Of or relating to a language that has noun incorporation. * * *
incorporation
/in kawr'peuh ray"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of incorporating or the state of being incorporated. 2. the act of forming a legal corporation. 3. Gram. the inclusion of the object or ...
incorporative
See incorporable. * * *
incorporator
/in kawr"peuh ray'teuhr/, n. 1. one of the signers of the articles or certificate of legal incorporation. 2. one of the persons to whom the charter is granted in a corporation ...
incorporeal
—incorporeality, n. —incorporeally, adv. /in'kawr pawr"ee euhl, -pohr"-/, adj. 1. not corporeal or material; insubstantial. 2. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of ...
incorporeality
See incorporeal. * * *
incorporeally
See incorporeality. * * *
incorporeity
/in'kawr peuh ree"i tee/, n. the quality of being incorporeal; disembodied existence or entity; incorporeality. [1595-1605; < ML incorporeitas, equiv. to L incorpore(us) ...
incorr.
incorrect. * * *
incorrect
—incorrectly, adv. —incorrectness, n. /in'keuh rekt"/, adj. 1. not correct as to fact; inaccurate; wrong: an incorrect statement. 2. improper, unbecoming, or inappropriate: ...
incorrectly
See incorrect. * * *
incorrectness
See incorrectly. * * *
incorrigibility
See incorrigible. * * *
incorrigible
—incorrigibility, incorrigibleness, n. —incorrigibly, adv. /in kawr"i jeuh beuhl, -kor"-/, adj. 1. not corrigible; bad beyond correction or reform: incorrigible behavior; an ...
incorrigibleness
See incorrigibility. * * *
incorrigibly
See incorrigibility. * * *
incorrupt
—incorruptly, adv. —incorruptness, n. /in'keuh rupt"/, adj. 1. not corrupt; not debased or perverted; morally upright. 2. not to be corrupted; incorruptible. 3. not vitiated ...
incorruptibility
See incorruptible. * * *
incorruptible
—incorruptibility, incorruptibleness, n. —incorruptibly, adv. /in'keuh rup"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not corruptible: incorruptible integrity. 2. that cannot be perverted or ...
incorruptibly
See incorruptibility. * * *
incorruption
/in'keuh rup"sheuhn/, n. Archaic. the quality or condition of being incorrupt. [1350-1400; ME < LL incorruption- (s. of incorruptio). See IN-3, CORRUPTION] * * *
incorruptly
See incorrupt. * * *
incorruptness
See incorruptly. * * *
incr
incr abbrev. 1. increase 2. increment * * *
incr.
1. increase. 2. increased. 3. increasing. * * *
incrassate
—incrassation, n. —incrassative, adj. v. /in kras"ayt/; adj. /in kras"it, -ayt/, v., incrassated, incrassating, adj. v.t. 1. Pharm. to make (a liquid) thicker by addition of ...
increasable
See increase. * * *


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