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inequivalent combined form of equivalent.
ineradicable impossible to wipe out of existence, memory, or the like; not eradicable.
inert without ability to move, act, or offer resistance. [3 definitions]
inert gas any of a group of chemical elements, such as helium and neon, that seldom form compounds with other elements and that are gases at room temperature.
inertia the condition of being inert; motionlessness; inactivity. [2 definitions]
inertial guidance guidance of a missile, spacecraft, submarine, or the like by means of a self-contained automatic system that measures and adjusts speed and direction to maintain a predetermined course.
inescapable unable to be avoided or ignored.
in escrow in the keeping of a third party until the conditions have been met that will allow transferal to the intended recipient.
inessential not necessary; unimportant. [2 definitions]
inestimable unable to be counted or estimated; incalculable. [2 definitions]
in evidence plainly or conspicuously present. [2 definitions]
inevitable unavoidable, regardless of the circumstances; certain to occur. [2 definitions]
inevitably unavoidably, regardless of any circumstances or attempts at prevention. [2 definitions]
inexact not precise or strictly accurate. [2 definitions]
inexcusable unable to be excused or justified; unpardonable.
inexhaustible unable to be used up; endless. [2 definitions]
inexorable not subject to change by any force or influence; unyielding or unrelenting.
inexpedient not suitable, practical, prudent, or the like; inadvisable.
inexpensive low or moderate in cost. [2 definitions]
inexperience lack of experience or of the knowledge or skill gained thereby.
inexperienced without the knowledge or skill that comes from practice or long life; not experienced.