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intuition the power of knowing or apprehending something directly, without learning it consciously or submitting it to processes of logic. [3 definitions]
intuitive of or pertaining to intuition. [3 definitions]
Inuit a member of a group of native people of North America that inhabit areas from Greenland and eastern Canada to Alaska. [3 definitions]
inulin a starchlike polysaccharide used to make fructose and, when water is added to it, glucose.
inundate to cover or overspread with water, esp. a very large amount; flood. [2 definitions]
inure to accustom to something unpleasant, esp. by continuous or lengthy experience. [2 definitions]
in vacuo (Latin) in a vacuum; entirely alone or isolated.
invade to enter as an enemy, by force, in order to conquer or plunder. [4 definitions]
in vain to no purpose; without substantial or lasting effect. [2 definitions]
invalid1 one who is ill or disabled, esp. chronically. [4 definitions]
invalid2 without legal or factual force or effect; not valid; void. [2 definitions]
invalidate to make invalid; deprive of force or effect.
invaluable having value too great to estimate or measure; priceless.
invariable not subject to change or variation; consistently the same. [2 definitions]
invariably without ever a change; on every occasion.
invasion an act or instance of invading, esp. by an enemy or hostile army. [3 definitions]
invasive being of the nature of an invasion. [2 definitions]
invective strongly abusive or denunciatory speech or language. [3 definitions]
inveigh to utter angry or bitter complaints or criticism; protest vigorously (usu. fol. by against.)
inveigle to entice or ensnare by clever talk or flattery (usu. fol. by into). [2 definitions]
invent to think of, contrive, or create (something new). [2 definitions]