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image a visual representation of something such as can be seen in a photograph, sculpture, or painting. [9 definitions]
imagery images, esp. figurative ones, in art or writing. [3 definitions]
imaginable possible to imagine; conceivable.
imaginary existing only in the imagination.
imagination the capacity of the mind to create, as by forming images of what does not literally exist.
imaginative having or showing an active or creative imagination. [3 definitions]
imagine to create mental images of (something not known, not real, or not yet real). [3 definitions]
imagism a literary movement of the early twentieth century, esp. among English and American poets, that emphasized the use of precise images, free verse, and everyday speech.
imago a sexually mature insect. [2 definitions]
imam the officiating leader of prayer in a Muslim mosque. [3 definitions]
imbalance the condition of lacking balance. [2 definitions]
imbecile one whose mental development is above the level of idiocy but still below the norm. [4 definitions]
imbecility the state or condition of being an imbecile; feeble-mindedness. [2 definitions]
imbed variant of embed.
imbibe to take up or consume by drinking. [3 definitions]
imbricate overlapping in an even sequence, as roof tiles or fish scales. [3 definitions]
imbroglio a difficult, confused, or complicated situation, often involving a misunderstanding, disagreement, or quarrel.
imbrue to wet or saturate with a stain, esp. of blood.
imbue to inspire or permeate, as with an idea or emotion; deeply influence. [2 definitions]
IMF abbreviation of "International Monetary Fund," an agency of the United Nations that promotes the stabilization of the world's currencies and maintains a monetary pool from which member nations can draw.
imit. abbreviation of "imitation."