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immoderate beyond reasonable or appropriate limits; excessive.
immodest not decent in appearance or behavior; shameless. [2 definitions]
immolate to kill or offer as a sacrifice, esp. by burning.
immolation an act or instance of killing as a sacrifice, esp. by burning.
immoral not in accordance with established or accepted rules and standards of right and wrong conduct, esp. those deriving from religious teachings.
immorality the state or character of being immoral; lack of morality. [2 definitions]
immortal not subject to death or decay; living forever. [5 definitions]
immortality the state or condition of being immortal; perpetual life. [2 definitions]
immortalize to make immortal; endow with unending life or fame.
immortelle a plant whose flowers retain their color when dried.
immovable incapable of being moved; fixed. [5 definitions]
immune resistant to a disease, either naturally or by medical means. [2 definitions]
immune body an antibody.
immune system the bodily system of organs, tissues, cells, and cell products, which protects the body by detecting the presence of, and disabling, disease-causing agents in the body.
immunity the state or condition of being immune to a disease. [2 definitions]
immunize to cause to be immune, as by vaccination.
immunogenic producing immunity.
immunology the branch of medicine concerned with antibody production and resistance to disease.
immunosuppressive of drugs, tending to suppress the natural immune response.
immure to confine within or as though within walls; shut in. [2 definitions]
immutable not subject to change; unchanging or unchangeable.