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ingress the act of going in. [3 definitions]
in-group a group of people with common interests or attitudes who tend to exclude those with different interests or attitudes.
ingrowing growing into, inward, or within, as a toenail into the flesh.
ingrown having turned and grown into the flesh, as a toenail or hair. [2 definitions]
inguinal of, concerning, or in the groin.
inhabit to live in; use as a dwelling. [2 definitions]
inhabitable of a place, able to be lived in by humans or animals.
inhabitant one that permanently lives in a place; resident.
inhabited having residents; populated.
inhalant something used for inhaling, such as an inhaling device, or something inhaled, such as a medicine.
inhalator an apparatus that helps one to inhale oxygen, medicine, or the like by producing a vapor or vaporizing the substance to be inhaled.
inhale to take in by breathing; breathe in. [3 definitions]
inhaler an apparatus that helps in inhaling medicinal vapor, oxygen, or the like; inhalator; respirator. [2 definitions]
inharmonic not harmonic; inharmonious; dissonant.
inharmonious not in harmony; discordant. [2 definitions]
in harness engaged in one's customary work routine. [2 definitions]
inhere of a quality, element, or part, to belong innately; be intrinsic, inborn, or natural.
inherent existing in or belonging to something as an essential or inborn part of its nature; innate; intrinsic. [2 definitions]
inherit to receive (money, property, or the like) through a will made by, or legal succession to, a person who has died; be heir to. [5 definitions]
inheritable combined form of inherit.
inheritance money, property, position, or the like, that is or may be inherited through a will or legal succession. [4 definitions]