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incite to bring about or cause (a disruptive action). [2 definitions]
incivility the state or condition of being uncivil; discourteousness; rudeness. [2 definitions]
incl. abbreviation of "including," "inclusive," or "included."
inclement of weather, violent or disagreeable.
inclination a tendency towards; preference; liking. [5 definitions]
incline to move from or be angled away from a vertical or horizontal position; slant. [5 definitions]
inclined having a tendency toward or preference for a particular behavior, action, or way of thinking or feeling. [2 definitions]
inclined plane a plane surface inclined at less than a right angle to a horizontal surface, used to roll or slide a load up or down.
inclinometer an instrument for measuring an aircraft's or ship's inclination relative to the horizontal. [2 definitions]
inclose variant of enclose.
in clover living in prosperity, comfort, and ease.
include to contain, as a whole contains its parts. [3 definitions]
inclusion the act of including or the state of being included. [2 definitions]
inclusive including everything, or a large amount; comprehensive. [3 definitions]
incognito in disguise; under a false identity. [4 definitions]
incognizable combined form of cognizable.
incognizant combined form of cognizant
incoherence the state or quality of being incoherent. [2 definitions]
incoherency incoherence.
incoherent lacking logical order or connection. [2 definitions]
incohesion combined form of cohesion