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gabby (informal) tending to talk too much or too long; talkative.
hangover the unpleasant aftereffects, such as headache or nausea, of drinking too much alcohol, usu. experienced after sleep.
hasty done too quickly to be effective or prudent. [1/3 definitions]
hero worship much or too much reverence or admiration for a heroic figure or for great persons generally.
Icarus in Greek mythology, the son of Daedalus who, in trying to escape with his father from Crete, flew too high with wax-and-feather wings, and fell to his death when the sun melted them.
immense too large to measure; boundless. [1/3 definitions]
inappreciable too small to be perceptible or significant.
incalculable not capable of being calculated or measured; too great or large to be calculated. [1/2 definitions]
incest sexual intercourse between people too closely related to legally marry.
inconsiderable too small or valueless to be worthy of attention; insignificant.
indomitable too strong to be subdued or discouraged; unconquerable.
infinitesimal of a thing or quantity, too small to be measured or calculated. [2 definitions]
inoperable involving too much risk to life to permit surgery. [1/2 definitions]
in time not too late for something; early enough. [1/2 definitions]
intolerable too disagreeable, difficult, or painful to be endured; not tolerable.
invaluable having value too great to estimate or measure; priceless.
invincible too strong to be defeated, overcome, or surmounted.
ladylike too concerned with or aware of etiquette or the like. [1/2 definitions]
long-winded speaking or writing at too great a length, esp. in a dull or tiresome way; verbose. [1/2 definitions]
loose-tongued talking too much; unrestrained or careless in speech; gossipy.
luff of a sail, to flutter or shake from losing wind or being set too close to the wind. [1/5 definitions]