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inhibit, inhibited, inhibiting, inhibits.transitive verbs
to hold back; restrain; curb; to prohibit; forbid
the act of inhibiting or the state of being inhibited; something that restrains, blocks, or suppresses; conscious or unconscious restraint of a behavioral process, a desire, or an impulse
inhibitable, inhibitive.or.inhibitory.adjectives

the ability to understand from observation, experience and attention, by using comparisons and selecting those things which are deemed valuable enough to retain for effectively solving problems, directing conduct, responding to new experiences, etc.; also the ability to recognize those things appealing to the intellect, including purposeful design, etc. (a rabbit would not recognize the intelligence in a book pre schoolers would)
having or using intelligence

having intelligence; mentally acute; showing sound judgment and rationality

intend, intended, intending, intends.verbs
transitive verb use.to have in mind; plan (we intend to go, they intend going, you intended that she go; I intend to think about that as soon as I have some quiet time); to design for a specific purpose; to have in mind for a particular use; to signify or mean
intransitive verb use.to have a design or purpose in mind

determination to do a specific thing (I intend to go downtown)

something that is intended; an aim or a purpose; intention; meaning
firmly fixed; concentrated (an intent gaze); having the attention applied; engrossed (the students, intent upon their books, did not hear me enter the room); having the mind and will focused on a specific purpose (was intent on leaving within the hour; are intent upon being recognized)
Law..the state of one's mind at the time one carries out an action
for all intents and purposes.or.to all intents and purposes.idiom
in every practical sense; practically (to all intents and purposes the case is closed); to direct attention

done deliberately; intended.(an intentional act of kindness); voluntary; having to do with intention

very strong (as intense light is hard on the eyes)
intense, intenser, intensest.adjectives
possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree (the intense sun of the tropics); extreme in degree, strength, or size (intense heat); involving or showing strain or extreme effort (intense concentration); deeply felt; profound (intense emotion); tending to feel deeply (an intense writer)
see 'intend'

intensify, intensified, intensifying, intensifies.verbs
transitive verb use.to make intense or more intense (the press has intensified its scrutiny of the candidate's background) 
intransitive verb use.to become intense or more intense (the search intensified as dusk approached)

interconversion, interconvertibility.nouns
mutual conversion (interconversion of chemical compounds) 
interconvert.transitive verb 

interrogate.transitive verb
to formally ask questions of; examine by questioning;.ask

formal question or set of questions

ipso facto.adverb
by the fact or act itself; by that very fact

a segment of a gene situated between axons that does not function in coding for protein-synthesis; (from, 'intragenic', meaning, occurring within a gene)

a foolish or stupid person

very foolish or stupid; characteristic of an idiot
the state of being an idiot

never changing or varying
in an immutable manner

in vitro.adverb-or.adjective
outside the living body and in an artificial environment

in vivo.adverb.or.adjective
in the living body of a plant or animal

indoctrinate.transitive verb 
inflected form(s).indoctrinated; indoctrinating
to imbue with a usually partisan or sectarian opinion, point of view, or principle; brainwash
indoctrination, indoctrinator.nouns

that cannot be avoided or evaded; certainly

isolate, isolated, isolating.transitive verbs
to put out in the Sun for drying, bleaching, etc. 
isolate as an.adjective-separated and alone; to set apart from others; 

the action of isolating; the condition of being isolated; solitude

immense.transitive verb
limitless; infinite; very large; vast; huge; enormous

intersperse, interspersed, interspersing.transitive verbs
to scatter among other things; put here and there; to decorate and diversify with things scattered here and there 

immolate, immolated, immolating, immolates.transitive verbs
to kill as a sacrifice; to kill (oneself) by fire; to destroy
immolation, immolator.noun

inure.also.enure, inured, inuring, inures.transitive verbs
to habituate to something undesirable, especially by prolonged subjection; accustom (he became inured through the consistent banality of government officials)

a conception of something in its absolute perfection; one that is regarded as a standard or model of perfection or excellence; an ultimate object of endeavor; a goal; an honorable or worthy principle or aim
of, relating to, or embodying an ideal; conforming to an ultimate form or standard of perfection or excellence; considered the best of its kind; completely or highly satisfactory (the location of the new house is ideal); existing in the mind; imaginary; of, relating to, or consisting of ideas or mental images; of or relating to idealism
Philosophy.-.existing as an archetype or pattern, especially as a Platonic idea or perception

one whose conduct is influenced by ideals that often conflict with practical considerations; one who appears unrealistic and impractical to the dullards of the world (as those who could not imagine the cell phone, the airplane, a self running vehicle); a visionary

the act or practice of envisioning things in an ideal form; pursuit of one's ideals; idealized treatment of a subject in literature or art
Philosophy.-.the theory that the object of external perception, in itself or as perceived, consists of ideas

of, relating to, or having the nature of an idealist or idealism

idealize, idealized, idealizing, idealizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to regard as ideal; to make or envision as ideal
intransitive verb use.to render something as an ideal; to conceive ideals or an ideal
idealization, idealize.nouns
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