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inborn present at birth; inherited.
inbound moving in an inward direction; inward bound.
inbred deep-seated as a result of early training, experience, or inheritance. [2 definitions]
inbreed to produce as offspring of closely related individuals. [3 definitions]
in bulk not wrapped or packaged; loose.
inc. abbreviation of "incorporated," in law, having been formed into a corporation.
Inca a member of one of the native peoples that ruled Peru before the Spanish conquest in the sixteenth century.
incalculable not capable of being calculated or measured; too great or large to be calculated. [2 definitions]
incandesce to glow or cause to glow as a result of heat.
incandescence the giving off of light by an object or substance heated to a high degree. [2 definitions]
incandescent giving off light as a result of heating. [3 definitions]
incandescent lamp a lamp or light bulb in which a filament is made to glow by electric current.
incantation the words or sounds that are uttered or chanted as part of a magical ritual or spell, or the act of uttering such words or sounds. [3 definitions]
incapable lacking in skill; incompetent. [4 definitions]
incapable of not having the ability or capacity to or for. [2 definitions]
incapacitate to deprive of power, ability, or strength; disable. [2 definitions]
incapacity lack of ability, power, or strength; lack of capacity; inability. [2 definitions]
Incaparina an inexpensive protein food used esp. in Latin America to prevent diseases caused by protein deficiencies.
incarcerate to confine in or as if in a prison; imprison. [2 definitions]
incarnadine a flesh-pink color. [3 definitions]
incarnate having bodily form; personified. [5 definitions]