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intimidate to cause to become timid or afraid, esp. by means of threats. [2 definitions]
intimidation the act of making another fearful by means of threats or other shows of power.
intl. abbreviation of "international."
into to the inside of. [8 definitions]
in token of in order to indicate, as a sign of.
intolerable too disagreeable, difficult, or painful to be endured; not tolerable.
intolerance inability or unwillingness to accept the existence or validity of opinions, beliefs, customs, and practices different from one's own.
intolerant unable or unwilling to accept the existence or validity of opinions, beliefs, customs, and practices different from one's own; not tolerant. [2 definitions]
intonation the pattern of changes in pitch of the speaking or singing voice. [3 definitions]
intone to speak or utter with a particular pitch pattern. [3 definitions]
into the bargain in addition; besides.
into thin air out of sight.
in toto (Latin) completely; in all; totally.
in touch together through communicating
in tow in one's charge or company. [2 definitions]
intoxicant that which intoxicates, esp. an alcoholic beverage. [2 definitions]
intoxicate to cause to experience any of a number of temporary conditions ranging from giddiness to stupor, by means of alcohol or drugs. [3 definitions]
intoxicated experiencing or exhibiting the effects of having drunk alcohol; tipsy or drunk. [2 definitions]
intoxication the state of being intoxicated; drunkenness. [3 definitions]
intr. abbreviation of "intransitive."
intra- within; inside.