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insolate to treat by exposing to sunlight, as for drying or bleaching.
insolation exposure to sunlight, as for drying, bleaching, or other treatment. [3 definitions]
insole the portion of a shoe that touches the bottom of the foot; inner sole. [2 definitions]
insolence rude or impudent behavior or speech. [2 definitions]
insolent rude, arrogant, or offensively forward in speech or manner.
insoluble impossible to dissolve, esp. in a given liquid. [2 definitions]
insolvable impossible to solve; insoluble.
insolvent incapable of paying debts or meeting liabilities; penniless; bankrupt. [3 definitions]
in so many words explicitly; precisely.
in someone's bad graces having the disfavor and disapproval of someone.
in someone's good graces having the favor and approval of someone.
insomnia difficulty in getting to sleep, esp. as a persistent problem.
insomniac a person who has chronic difficulty in getting to sleep. [3 definitions]
insomuch to such an extent or degree (usu. fol. by that). [2 definitions]
insouciant having no cares or anxieties; light-hearted; carefree.
in specie in coin. [2 definitions]
inspect to look at very carefully, esp. to assess any damage or imperfection. [2 definitions]
inspection the act or an instance of inspecting. [2 definitions]
inspector one who inspects, often in an official capacity. [2 definitions]
inspector general an investigative officer within a government organization, whose duty is to report on the operation of that organization.
inspiration an action, thought, person, or other influence that inspires. [3 definitions]