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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.
inexpert unskilled or clumsy.
inexpiable impossible to expiate or atone for, as certain crimes.
inexplicable unable to be explained or interpreted.
inexpressible incapable of being expressed or described in words.
inexpressive lacking or not showing expression.
in extenso (Latin) at full length.
inextinguishable unable to be extinguished, quenched, or suppressed.
in extremis (Latin) in extremity; under extreme circumstances or at the point of death.
inextricable that one cannot free oneself from. [3 definitions]
in fact in reality; really; truly; indeed.