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inch a unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot or 2.54 centimeters. (abbr.: in.) [3 definitions]
in chancery involved in litigation before a chancery court. [2 definitions]
in charge having the power and responsibility for doing or deciding something.
inchmeal by small increments; little by little. (See piecemeal.)
inchoate in an early stage of existence. [2 definitions]
inchoative in grammar, of or denoting a verb or verb form that indicates the beginning of an action or state, as "got working" in "It finally got working"; inceptive. [2 definitions]
in chorus all together; in unison.
inchworm a wormlike moth larva that alternately arches and stretches its body as it moves.
incidence the frequency with which something happens or the range over which it occurs. [3 definitions]
incident a single event. [4 definitions]
incidental happening or likely to happen concurrently or in connection with something else but as a subordinate or less important element. [4 definitions]
incidentally apart from the main subject; by the way. [2 definitions]
incinerate to consume by fire; burn completely.
incineration the complete burning of something.
incinerator a furnace for burning refuse.
incipient starting to exist or become apparent; in an early stage of development.
incise to cut into the surface of. [2 definitions]
incision a cut, esp. one made during surgery. [3 definitions]
incisive cutting. [3 definitions]
incisor in mammals, one of the four sharp teeth located between the canines in each jaw at the front of the mouth.
incite to bring about or cause (a disruptive action). [2 definitions]