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in stock present for sale.
in store in a state of readiness; on reserve. [2 definitions]
instruct to teach; educate; inform. [2 definitions]
instruction the act of imparting knowledge; teaching. [2 definitions]
instructional pertaining to or having the purpose of instruction.
instructions a statement of how to do something.
instructive serving to inform or educate; informative; enlightening.
instructor one who teaches or instructs, esp. a teacher at a college or university.
instrument a device or tool used for highly specialized work, especially within the areas of science or medicine. [7 definitions]
instrumental serving as an agent or partial cause. [3 definitions]
instrumentalist someone who plays a musical instrument.
instrumentality the means by which something is done; agency. [2 definitions]
instrumentally by, using, or with an instrument. [2 definitions]
instrumentation the method or practice of arranging music for instruments. [3 definitions]
instrument landing a landing accomplished only by means of the instruments of an aircraft and signals from the ground, rather than by visual observation.
instrument panel a panel of meters, gauges, and controls, as in an automobile, aircraft, or spacecraft.
in stud for hire for breeding, as a stallion.
insubordinate unwilling to respect or submit to authority; disobedient. [2 definitions]
insubordination unwillingness to obey orders or submit to authority.
insubstantial lacking firmness or substance; not substantial; slight. [2 definitions]
insufferable incapable of being tolerated or endured; unbearable.