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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.
induce to persuade or influence, as to a course of action. [4 definitions]
inducement the act or process of inducing. [2 definitions]
induct to install in an office or position, esp. through a formal ceremony. [3 definitions]
inductance a circuit or device, such as an induction coil, in which a change in the current generates an electromotive force. [2 definitions]
inductee one who has been inducted into military service.
inductile not easily bent or shaped.
induction the act or process of inducing. [3 definitions]
induction coil a transformer for converting an interrupted low-voltage direct current to an intermittent high-voltage alternating current, as in some automotive ignitions.
induction heating the induction of an electric current, through the application of an alternating magnetic field, to heat a conducting material.
inductive of, pertaining to, or using electrical or magnetic induction. [4 definitions]
inductor a device that generates an electromotive force in an electric circuit by electromagnetic induction; coil. [2 definitions]
indulge to yield to or gratify a desire, appetite, or whim (usu. fol. by "in"). [3 definitions]
indulgence the act of indulging. [5 definitions]
indulgent indulging or being inclined to indulge others' wishes rather than declining them, or rather than enforcing discipline or strictness in general. [2 definitions]
in duplicate in two identical copies.
indurate to make hard in texture; harden. [6 definitions]
induration the act or process of indurating. [4 definitions]
Indus River a major river of southern Asia that begins in Tibet and flows through Kashmir and Pakistan before entering the Arabian Sea.