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incohesion combined form of cohesion
incohesive combined form of cohesive.
in cold blood with calculated malice.
incombustible not capable of being burned. [2 definitions]
income the money derived from work or investments.
income tax a tax on personal and corporate income.
incoming about to arrive or having just arrived. [4 definitions]
incommensurable lacking a common standard of measurement or comparison.
incommensurate not fitting, adequate, or proportionate. [2 definitions]
incommode to inconvenience or disturb.
incommodious uncomfortable or inconvenient, esp. by not affording enough room or space.
incommodity that which is inconvenient.
in common held or used jointly; shared. [2 definitions]
incommunicable incapable of being communicated.
incommunicado not permitted to transmit or receive messages.
incomparable having no equal; unsurpassed. [2 definitions]
incompatible unable to coexist peacefully; incongruous. [6 definitions]
incompetence the state or quality of not having the required skills to do something.
incompetency the state or quality of not having the required skills to do something; incompetence.
incompetent lacking necessary knowledge or skills. [4 definitions]
incomplete not complete; unfinished. [3 definitions]