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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]
inoculation the act or process, or an instance of inoculating. [2 definitions]
inoffensive having no annoying, offending, or harmful qualities; innocuous.
in one ear and out the other heard, but with little or no notice paid.
in one's favor to one's advantage. [2 definitions]
in one's own right because of one's own talent or self.
in one's pocket under one's control.
in one's shirt sleeves not wearing a coat.
in one's stocking feet wearing socks or stockings but no shoes.
inoperable not curable or improvable by surgery. [2 definitions]
inoperative not in working condition; not functioning. [2 definitions]
inopportune occurring at an undesirable or unreasonable time.