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indispensable absolutely necessary; essential. [2 definitions]
indispose to cause unwillingness or disinclination in; make averse. [3 definitions]
indisposed slightly and temporarily ill, as with indigestion or a cold. [2 definitions]
indisposition the condition of being physically indisposed; illness, usu. minor. [2 definitions]
indisputable not subject to being disputed or denied; unquestionable.
indissoluble that cannot be broken apart or undone; firm and lasting. [2 definitions]
indistinct not clearly defined or delineated; vague; blurred. [2 definitions]
indistinguishable without distinguishing marks or characteristics. [2 definitions]
indite to put (a speech, story, or the like) into words or writing.
indium a chemical element that has forty-nine protons in each nucleus and that occurs as a very soft silvery metal, often used for plating other metals and glass for mirrors. (symbol: In)
individual single, distinct, or separate. [5 definitions]
individualism a theory that stresses the rights, liberties, and independence of the individual. [2 definitions]
individualist a person who thinks and acts with great independence.
individuality the aggregate qualities and characteristics of an individual, esp. those that make him or her distinctive. [2 definitions]
individualize to make distinct, unique, or suited to a particular person or thing. [2 definitions]
individually in an individual and distinctive way. [2 definitions]
indivisible incapable of being divided or separated. [2 definitions]
Indochina a large Southeast Asian peninsula south of China, between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea.
Indo-Chinese of or pertaining to Indochina or its peoples, cultures, languages, or the like. [2 definitions]
indoctrinate to instruct in a particular set of ideas or beliefs. [2 definitions]
Indo-European of or pertaining to a family of languages that share such characteristics as inflection, grammatical number, and usu. gender, including most European and many Indian and Southeast Asian languages. [5 definitions]