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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.
in order in accord with parliamentary rules. [2 definitions]
in order to as a means to; so that; for the purpose of.
inordinate beyond the bounds of reason; excessive. [2 definitions]
inorganic lacking the qualities, structure, and composition of living organisms; inanimate. [3 definitions]
inosculate to join (blood vessels) by small openings at the ends, or to intertwine (fibers). [2 definitions]
inositol a hydrocarbon alcohol essential for metabolism, sometimes considered a vitamin of the vitamin B complex and found in most animal and vegetable foods.
in particular special or specific.
in passing briefly; incidentally.
inpatient someone who lives in a hospital during treatment.
in perpetuum (Latin) forever.
in person in one's actual physical presence.
in point of as regards.