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intelligible capable of being clearly understood; comprehensible.
intemperance lack of restraint in the indulgence of an appetite, esp. the consumption of alcohol. [2 definitions]
intemperate lacking moderation or restraint; excessive, overindulgent, violent, or the like.
intend to have in mind as something that one desires or plans to do. [5 definitions]
intendant a government manager or superintendent of some public operation or office.
intended planned and done with complete awareness; intentional; deliberate. [3 definitions]
intense having an extreme degree of something, such as heat, or existing in an extreme degree or state. [3 definitions]
intensely with great energy, strength, or passion. [2 definitions]
intensifier something or someone that intensifies. [2 definitions]
intensify to make stronger, more acute, or more intense. [2 definitions]
intensity the quality of being intense. [4 definitions]
intensive of, marked by, or relating to intensity. [5 definitions]
intent1 conscious plan; aim; intention. [2 definitions]
intent2 highly concentrated in attention; focused. [3 definitions]
intention a decided course of action; plan. [4 definitions]
intentional done on purpose; deliberate; premeditated. [2 definitions]
intently with fixed, steady attention.
inter to bury in a grave or tomb.
inter- among; between. [2 definitions]
interact of two or more people, to act in conjunction with and in response to one another in a particular situation; or, of one person, to act in conjunction with and in response to another person or persons. [2 definitions]
interaction action each upon the other or others; reciprocal action, influence, or effect.