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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.
in principle with regard to theory, aside from practical application.
in print in the form of printed language; published. [2 definitions]