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in reserve set aside; reserved.
in retrospect in considering past events or circumstances.
in return in repayment or in exchange.
inroad an intrusion or hostile advance into an area, market, or the like, esp. if it was formerly controlled by another.
in ruins completely destroyed.
inrush a sudden rushing or flowing into something; influx.
INS abbreviation of "Immigration and Naturalization Service." [2 definitions]
in sackcloth and ashes in a state of mourning or repentance.
insalubrious detrimental to health; not healthful.
insane having a disabling mental disease; crazy; mad. [4 definitions]
insanitary not sanitary or healthy; unsanitary.
insanity persistent or permanent mental disorder or derangement. [4 definitions]
insatiable incapable of being satisfied or fulfilled; extremely greedy.
insatiate not satisfied; impossible to satisfy; insatiable.
inscape the essence of a person, place, thing, or event, esp. as expressed in poetry.
inscribe to write or impress (words or the like). [5 definitions]
inscription something that is inscribed, such as words on a monument. [3 definitions]
inscrutable impossible to comprehend or interpret; mysterious.
inseam the seam on the inner side of a pant leg, from the crotch to the hem.
insect any of a group of small invertebrate animals that have segmented bodies, three pairs of legs, and usually one or two sets of wings. An insect's body is segmented into head, thorax, and abdomen. [3 definitions]
insecticide a substance used to kill insects.