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inanimate not having or showing the characteristics associated with life; lifeless. [2 definitions]
inanition a state of exhaustion caused by a lack of nourishment. [2 definitions]
inanity the state or condition of being inane; silliness or emptiness. [2 definitions]
in a nutshell in a few words; briefly.
in any event regardless of the circumstances; in any case.
inapplicable not applying or able to be applied; irrelevant; unsuitable.
inapposite not pertinent or fitting.
inappreciable too small to be perceptible or significant.
inappropriate not suitable or fitting; not appropriate.
inapt not apt or appropriate. [2 definitions]
inarguable not able to be argued or refuted.
in a row one after another.
inarticulate not comprehensible as spoken language. [5 definitions]
inartistic not in accordance with artistic standards or principles; lacking artistry.
inasmuch as in light of the fact that; because; since. [2 definitions]
inattention lack of attentiveness; neglect.
inattentive not giving proper attention or regard; neglectful.
inaudible not capable of being heard; not audible.
inaugural of or associated with an inauguration. [4 definitions]
inaugurate to install in office with a formal ceremony. [3 definitions]
inauguration a formal beginning or start.