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instantiate to serve as or provide a concrete example, embodiment, or evidence of (something abstract).
instantly at once; without delay; immediately.
instant messaging a form of electronic communication over a computer network in which two people converse in a similar manner to speaking by exchanging text messages which appear immediately on each others' screens upon typing.
instant replay the reshowing of a short televised segment, as of a football play or gymnastic routine, often in slow motion, immediately after it has been initially recorded and broadcast.
instate to establish in or induct into a position, rank, or office; install.
instead in place of something; in preference.
instead of in place of.
instep the arched middle section of the foot between the ankle and the toes. [2 definitions]
in step moving, esp. walking, to a rhythm with another person. [2 definitions]
instigate to purposely agitate or incite; provoke; foment.
instigation the act of instigating or inciting. [2 definitions]
instill to implant gradually in someone's mind or feelings.
instinct the natural, unlearned behavioral tendencies or characteristics that are innate in any given species. [4 definitions]
instinctive of, pertaining to, or of the nature of instinct. [2 definitions]
in stitches (informal) laughing uncontrollably.
institute to establish or set in operation. [5 definitions]
institution an organization set up for a specific purpose, usu. of public service, such as a hospital or school. [5 definitions]
institutional of, relating to, or resembling an institution or institutions. [2 definitions]
institutionalize to make institutional. [3 definitions]
in stock present for use or sale.
in store in a state of readiness; on reserve. [2 definitions]