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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 a unique 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]
Indo-Hittite a language family that includes, and is considered to be a forerunner of, Indo-European and Anatolian.
Indo-Iranian a subgroup of the Indo-European family of languages that includes Farsi, Kurdish, and the languages of the Indian subcontinent.
indolence the tendency to avoid exertion or effort; laziness.
indolent inclined to avoid exertion or effort; lazy. [3 definitions]
indomitable too strong to be subdued or discouraged; unconquerable.
Indonesia an island country south of Indochina and the Philippines.
Indonesian a native or citizen of Indonesia, or a descendant thereof. [4 definitions]
indoor located or happening inside a house or building.
indoors in or into a building, usu. one's home.
indorse variant of endorse.
Indra the Hindu god of rain and thunder, and the chief Vedic deity.
in droves in large numbers and often eagerly, anxiously, or hurriedly.
indubitable without question; certain.