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inner ear the part of the ear inside the skull, which includes the vestibule, the cochlea, and the semicircular canals, and plays a role in hearing and in maintaining balance.
Inner Light the guiding force of God that Quakers believe exists in every human soul.
innermost farthest inside. [2 definitions]
innerspring mattress a mattress having enclosed coil springs that support the padding.
inner tube an inflated rubber tube inside a tire.
innervate to supply (a part of the body) with nerves. [2 definitions]
inning the segment of a baseball or softball game during which each side has a turn at batting. [3 definitions]
innkeeper the owner or manager of an inn.
innocence the quality or condition of being innocent. [5 definitions]
innocent free from corruption or knowledge of evil. [6 definitions]
innocuous not capable of causing damage; harmless. [3 definitions]
innominate lacking a specific name; nameless. [2 definitions]
innominate bone one of the two large, flat lateral bones of the pelvis.
innovate to propose or implement a new method, approach, idea, or the like; make inventive changes. [2 definitions]
innovation a new method, approach, idea, or the like. [2 definitions]
innovative produced through or resulting in innovation; new and inventive. [2 definitions]
innovator one who innovates.
Inns of Court the four legal societies in England that have the exclusive right to admit law students to the bar. [2 definitions]
innuendo an indirect and usu. derogatory hint, allusion, or insinuation. [2 definitions]
innumerable very many. [2 definitions]
inoculate to inject or otherwise infect (a person or animal) with a virus or microorganism, esp. in order to create immunity to a disease. [3 definitions]