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indices a plural form of index.
indicia a characteristic mark or indication. [2 definitions]
indict to bring a formal charge against, as by the findings of a grand jury. [2 definitions]
indictable combined form of indict.
indictment the act of indicting, or the condition of being indicted. [3 definitions]
Indies see East Indies, West Indies. [2 definitions]
indifference lack of interest, esp. when interest is called for, expected, or hoped for. [2 definitions]
indifferent lacking interest or concern; not caring. [4 definitions]
indigence lack of means to live; poverty.
indigenous having origin in a country or locality; native (usu. fol. by "to").
indigent without financial means to live; needy; poor. [2 definitions]
indigestible impossible or not easy to digest or absorb.
indigestion inability to digest, or difficulty in digesting food. [2 definitions]
indignant feeling or showing anger in response to something considered unjust or unworthy.
indignation righteous anger in response to something considered unjust or unworthy.
indignity something that offends or injures one's dignity; humiliation or insult.
indigo a blue dye obtained from various plants or made synthetically. [3 definitions]
indigo bunting a small finchlike bird of North and Central America, the male of which is dark blue.
indirect not in a straight line, course, or route. [3 definitions]
indirect discourse an indirect statement of what someone said, rather than an exact quotation, that has been altered to conform grammatically to the context in which it is made, as in "She said that she was leaving".
indirection an indirect or roundabout act, remark, procedure, or the like. [2 definitions]