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inherently by a thing's essential character; or by a person's inborn nature.
inherit to receive (money, property, or the like) through a will made by, or legal succession to, a person who has died; be heir to. [5 definitions]
inheritable combined form of inherit.
inheritance money, property, position, or the like, that is or may be inherited through a will or legal succession. [4 definitions]
inheritance tax a tax levied on property that is inherited.
inhibit to hold back, restrain, prevent, or tend to do so. [2 definitions]
inhibition the act of inhibiting, or the condition of being inhibited. [3 definitions]
inhibitor an agent that suppresses a chemical reaction or biological process.
in hock on deposit at a pawnbroker's. [2 definitions]
inhospitable of a person, group, action, or the like, not friendly or welcoming; not showing or inclined to show hospitality. [2 definitions]
inhospitality an inhospitable attitude or behavior; lack of hospitality.
in hot water (informal) in a bad situation; in trouble.
inhuman characterized by a lack of human warmth, mercy, or sympathy; cruel, brutal, or unfeeling. [3 definitions]
inhumane lacking pity, compassion, or kindness; not humane.
inhumanity lack of pity, sympathy, or kindness; cruelty. [2 definitions]
inhume to bury (a body) in the ground; inter.
inimical like an enemy; hostile. [2 definitions]
inimitable impossible to imitate, because of uniqueness or superiority.
iniquitous of, showing, or characterized by iniquity; wicked, sinful, or unjust.
iniquity great injustice or wickedness. [2 definitions]
in irons undergoing confinement or restraint, as for punishment; in shackles or fetters.