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INAPPRECIABLE, in-ap-pr[=e]'shi-a-bl, _adj._ not appreciable or able to be valued.--_adj._ INAPPR[=E]'CI[=A]TIVE, not valuing justly or at all.

INAPPREHENSIBLE, in-ap-pre-hen'si-bl, _adj._ not apprehensible or intelligible.--_n._ INAPPREHEN'SION.--_adj._ INAPPREHEN'SIVE.

INAPPROACHABLE, in-ap-pr[=o]ch'a-bl, _adj._ inaccessible.--_adv._ INAPPROACH'ABLY.

INAPPROPRIATE, in-ap-pr[=o]'pri-[=a]t, _adj._ not suitable.--_adv._ INAPPR[=O]'PRIATELY.--_n._ INAPPR[=O]'PRIATENESS.

INAPT, in-apt', _adj._ not apt: unfit, or unqualified.--_ns._ INAPT'ITUDE, INAPT'NESS, unfitness, awkwardness.--_adv._ INAPT'LY.

INARABLE, in-ar'a-bl, _adj._ not arable.

INARCHING, in-arch'ing, _n._ a method of grafting by uniting, without separating from the original stem.--Also ENARCH'ING.

INARM, in-arm', _v.t._ to encircle.

INARTICULATE, in-ar-tik'[=u]l-[=a]t, _adj._ not distinct, incapable of speaking distinctly: (_zool._) not jointed.--_adv._ INARTIC'ULATELY.--_ns._ INARTIC'ULATENESS, INARTICUL[=A]'TION, indistinctness of sounds in speaking.

INARTIFICIAL, in-art-i-fish'yal, _adj._ not done by art: simple.--_adv._ INARTIFIC'IALLY.

INARTISTIC, -AL, in-ar-tis'tik, -al, _adj._ not artistic: deficient in appreciation of works of art.--_adv._ INARTIS'TICALLY.

INASMUCH, in-az-much'. See IN.

INATTENTIVE, in-at-tent'iv, _adj._ careless, not fixing the mind to attention.--_ns._ INATTEN'TION, INATTENT'IVENESS.--_adv._ INATTENT'IVELY.

INAUDIBLE, in-awd'i-bl, _adj._ not able to be heard.--_ns._ INAUDIBIL'ITY, INAUD'IBLENESS.--_adv._ INAUD'IBLY.

INAUGURATE, in-aw'g[=u]r-[=a]t, _v.t._ to induct formally into an office: to cause to begin: to make a public exhibition of for the first time.--_adjs._ INAU'GURAL, INAU'GUR[=A]TORY, pertaining to, or done at, an inauguration.--_ns._ INAUGUR[=A]'TION, act of inaugurating; INAU'GUR[=A]TOR, one who inaugurates.--_adj._ INAU'GURATORY. [L.

_inaugur[=a]re_, _-[=a]tum_.]

INAURATE, in-aw'r[=a]t, _adj._ having a golden lustre: covered with gold.

INAUSPICIOUS, in-aw-spish'us, _adj._ not auspicious: ill-omened: unlucky.--_adv._ INAUSPIC'IOUSLY.--_n._ INAUSPIC'IOUSNESS.

INBEING, in'b[=e]-ing, _n._ inherent existence.

INBOARD, in'b[=o]rd, _adv._ within the hull or interior of a ship: toward or nearer to the centre.

INBOND, in'bond, _adj._ laid with its length across the thickness of a wall:--opp. to _Outbond_, where the brick or stone is laid with its length parallel to the face of the wall.

INBORN, in'bawrn, _adj._ born in or with: implanted by nature.

INBREAK, in'br[=a]k, _n._ a violent rush in: irruption:--opp. to _Outbreak_.

INBREATHE, in'br[=e]th, _v.t._ to breathe into.

INBREED, in-br[=e]d', _v.t._ to breed or generate within: to breed in-and-in.--_pa.p._ IN'BRED, bred within, inherent, intrinsic.

INBURNING, in'burn-ing, _adj._ (_Spens._) burning within.

INBURST, in'burst, _n._ an irruption:--opp. to _Outburst_.

INBY, INBYE, in-b[=i]', _adv._ (_Scot._) toward the interior, as of a house from the door, or a mine from the shaft. [_In_ and _by_.]

INCA, ing'ka, _n._ the name of the ancient kings and princes of Peru:--_pl._ INCAS (ing'kaz). [Sp. _inca_--Peruvian _inca_.]

INCAGE, in-k[=a]j'. Same as ENCAGE.

INCALCULABLE, in-kal'k[=u]-la-bl, _adj._ not calculable or able to be reckoned.--_ns._ INCALCULABIL'ITY, INCAL'CULABLENESS.--_adv._ INCAL'CULABLY.

INCALESCENT, in-kal-es'ent, _adj._ growing warm.--_n._ INCALESC'ENCE. [L.

_incalescens_, _-entis_, pr.p. of _incalesc[)e]re_--_in_, in, _calesc[)e]re_, inceptive of _cal[=e]re_, to be warm.]

INCAMERATION, in-kam-[.e]r-[=a]'shun, _n._ the act of making over to a government a fund as a source of revenue, esp. an annexation to the papal exchequer. [L. _in_, in, _camera_, a chamber.]

INCANDESCENT, in-kan-des'ent, _adj._ white or glowing with heat: rendered luminous by heat.--_v.i._ and _v.t._ to glow with heat, to cause to glow.--_n._ INCANDESC'ENCE, a white heat.--INCANDESCENT LIGHT, a brilliant white light produced by a resisting conductor under an electric current, or by coal-gas burnt under a mantle or hood of the oxide of didymium and others of the alkaline earths. [L.,--_in_, in, _candesc[)e]re_--_cand[=e]re_, to glow.]

INCANTATION, in-kan-t[=a]'shun, _n._ a formula of words said or sung in connection with certain ceremonies for purposes of enchantment.--_n._ IN'CANT[=A]TOR.--_adj._ INCAN'TATORY. [L. _incantation-em_--_incant[=a]re_, to sing a magical formula over.]

INCAPABLE, in-k[=a]p'a-bl, _adj._ not capable: insufficient, unable: lacking mental capacity: unconscious of: helplessly drunk: disqualified.--_n._ one lacking capacity.--_n._ INCAPABIL'ITY.--_adv._ INCAP'ABLY.

INCAPACIOUS, in-kap-[=a]'shus, _adj._ not large, narrow.--_n._ INCAP[=A]'CIOUSNESS.

INCAPACITATE, in-kap-as'i-t[=a]t, _v.t._ to deprive of capacity: to make incapable: to disqualify.--_ns._ INCAPACIT[=A]'TION, the act of disqualifying; INCAPAC'ITY, want of capacity or power of mind: inability: legal disqualification.

INCARCERATE, in-kar's[.e]r-[=a]t, _v.t._ to imprison: to confine.--_n._ INCARCER[=A]'TION, imprisonment: (_surg._) obstinate constriction or strangulation. [L. _in_, in, _carcer_, a prison.]

INCARDINATE, in-kar'di-n[=a]t, _v.t._ to attach as a cardinal part, as a priest to his church.--_adj._ a perversion of _incarnate_.

INCARNADINE, in-kar'na-din, _v.t._ to dye of a red colour.--_adj._ carnation-coloured.

INCARNATE, in-kar'n[=a]t, _v.t._ to embody in flesh.--_v.i._ to form flesh, heal.--_adj._ invested with flesh.--_n._ INCARN[=A]'TION, act of embodying in flesh: (_theol._) the union of the divine nature with the human in the divine person of Christ: an incarnate form: manifestation, visible embodiment: (_surg._) the process of healing, or forming new flesh. [Low.

L. _incarn[=a]re_, _-[=a]tum_--L. _in_, in, _caro_, _carnis_, flesh.]


INCAST, in'kast, _n._ something thrown in in addition by way of giving good measure.

INCATENATION, in-ka-te-n[=a]'shun, _n._ the act of chaining and linking together.

INCAUTIOUS, in-kaw'shus, _adj._ not cautious or careful.--_ns._ INCAU'TION, INCAU'TIOUSNESS, want of caution.--_adv._ INCAU'TIOUSLY.

INCAVO, in-ka'v[=o], _n._ the incised part in an intaglio. [It.,--L. _in_, in, _cavus_, hollow.]

INCEDINGLY, in-s[=e]d'ing-li, _adv._ (_rare_) triumphantly. [L.

_inced[)e]re_, to march along.]

INCELEBRITY, in-sel-eb'ri-ti, _n._ lack of celebrity.

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