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INCOMPOSSIBLE, in-kom-pos'i-bl, _adj._ incapable of coexisting.--_n._ INCOMPOSSIBIL'ITY.

INCOMPREHENSIBLE, in-kom-pre-hen'si-bl, _adj._ not capable of being understood: not to be contained within limits.--_ns._ INCOMPREHENSIBIL'ITY, INCOMPREHEN'SIBLENESS, INCOMPREHEN'SION.--_adv._ INCOMPREHEN'SIBLY.--_adj._ INCOMPREHEN'SIVE, limited.--_n._ INCOMPREHEN'SIVENESS.

INCOMPRESSIBLE, in-kom-pres'i-bl, _adj._ not to be compressed into smaller bulk.--_ns._ INCOMPRESSIBIL'ITY, INCOMPRESS'IBLENESS.

INCOMPUTABLE, in-kom-p[=u]t'a-bl, _adj._ that cannot be computed or reckoned.

INCONCEIVABLE, in-kon-s[=e]v'a-bl, _adj._ that cannot be conceived by the mind: incomprehensible: involving a contradiction in terms: physically impossible.--_ns._ INCONCEIVABIL'ITY, INCONCEIV'ABLENESS.--_adv._ INCONCEIV'ABLY.

INCONCINNITY, in-kon-sin'i-ti, _n._ want of congruousness or proportion.--_adj._ INCONCINN'OUS. [L.]

INCONCLUSIVE, in-kon-kl[=oo]s'iv, _adj._ not settling a point in debate, indeterminate, indecisive.--_adv._ INCONCLUS'IVELY.--_ns._ INCONCLUS'IVENESS, INCONCLU'SION.

INCONDENSABLE, in-kon-den'sa-bl, _adj._ not condensable.

INCONDITE, in-kon'd[=i]t, _adj._ not well put together, irregular, unfinished. [L. _inconditus_--_in_, not, _cond[)e]re_, _conditum_, to build.]

INCONGRUOUS, in-kong'gr[=oo]-us, _adj._ inconsistent: not fitting well together, disjointed: unsuitable--also INCON'GRUENT.--_ns._ INCONGRU'ITY, INCON'GRUOUSNESS.--_adv._ INCON'GRUOUSLY.

INCONSCIENT, in-kon'shi-ent, _adj._ unconscious.--_adj._ INCON'SCIOUS, unconscious.

INCONSECUTIVE, in-kon-sek'[=u]-tiv, _adj._ not succeeding in regular order.--_n._ INCONSEC'UTIVENESS.

INCONSEQUENT, in-kon'se-kwent, _adj._ not following from the premises: illogical: irrelevant: unreasonable, inconsistent.--_n._ INCON'SEQUENCE.--_adj._ INCONSEQUEN'TIAL, not following from the premises: of no consequence or value.--_advs._ INCONSEQUEN'TIALLY, INCON'SEQUENTLY.

INCONSIDERABLE, in-kon-sid'[.e]r-a-bl, _adj._ not worthy of notice: unimportant.--_n._ INCONSID'ERABLENESS.--_adv._ INCONSID'ERABLY.

INCONSIDERATE, in-kon-sid'[.e]r-[=a]t, _adj._ not considerate: thoughtless: inattentive.--_adv._ INCONSID'ERATELY.--_ns._ INCONSID'ERATENESS, INCONSIDER[=A]'TION.

INCONSISTENT, in-kon-sist'ent, _adj._ not consistent: not suitable or agreeing with: intrinsically incompatible: self-contradictory: changeable, fickle.--_ns._ INCONSIST'ENCE, INCONSIST'ENCY.--_adv._ INCONSIST'ENTLY.

INCONSOLABLE, in-kon-s[=o]l'a-bl, _adj._ not to be comforted.--_n._ INCONSOL'ABLENESS.--_adv._ INCONSOL'ABLY.

INCONSONANT, in-kon's[=o]-nant, _adj._ not consonant.--_n._ INCON'SONANCE.--_adv._ INCON'SONANTLY.

INCONSPICUOUS, in-kon-spik'[=u]-us, _adj._ not conspicuous: scarcely discernible.--_adv._ INCONSPIC'UOUSLY.--_n._ INCONSPIC'UOUSNESS.

INCONSTANT, in-kon'stant, _adj._ subject to change: fickle.--_n._ INCON'STANCY.--_adv._ INCON'STANTLY.

INCONSUMABLE, in-kon-s[=u]m'a-bl, _adj._ that cannot be consumed or wasted.--_adv._ INCONSUM'ABLY.

INCONTESTABLE, in-kon-test'a-bl, _adj._ too clear to be called in question: undeniable.--_n._ INCONTESTABIL'ITY.--_adv._ INCONTEST'ABLY.

INCONTIGUOUS, in-kon-tig'[=u]-us, _adj._ not adjoining or touching.--_adv._ INCONTIG'UOUSLY.--_n._ INCONTIG'UOUSNESS.

INCONTINENT, in-kon'ti-nent, _adj._ not restraining the passions or appetites: unchaste: (_med._) unable to restrain natural discharges or evacuations: (_coll._) immediate, off-hand.--_adv._ without delay: at once.--_ns._ INCON'TINENCE, INCON'TINENCY.--_adv._ INCON'TINENTLY, without restraint: forthwith, immediately.

INCONTROLLABLE, in-kon-tr[=o]'la-bl, _adj._ uncontrollable.--_adv._ INCONTROL'LABLY.

INCONTROVERTIBLE, in-kon-tro-v[.e]rt'i-bl, _adj._ too clear to be called in question.--_n._ INCONTROVERTIBIL'ITY.--_adv._ INCONTROVERT'IBLY.

INCONVENIENT, in-kon-v[=e]n'yent, _adj._ unsuitable: causing trouble or uneasiness: increasing difficulty: incommodious.--_v.t._ INCONVEN'IENCE, to trouble or incommode.--_ns._ INCONVEN'IENCE, INCONVEN'IENCY.--_adv._ INCONVEN'IENTLY.

INCONVERSABLE, in-kon-vers'a-bl, _adj._ indisposed to conversation, unsocial.

INCONVERSANT, in-kon'ver-sant, _adj._ not versed in.

INCONVERTIBLE, in-kon-v[.e]rt'i-bl, _adj._ that cannot be changed or exchanged.--_n._ INCONVERTIBIL'ITY.--_adv._ INCONVERT'IBLY.

INCONVINCIBLE, in-kon-vin'si-bl, _adj._ not capable of being convinced.

INCONY, in'kon-i, _adj._ (_Shak._) fine, delicate, pretty. [Prob. from Fr.

_inconnu_, unknown--L. _incognitus_ (see INCOG). Cf. _unco_, in the sense of _strange_, _rare_, _fine_, abbreviated from _uncouth_.]

INCO-ORDINATE, in-ko-or'di-n[=a]t, _adj._ not in co-ordinate relation.--_n._ INCO-ORDIN[=A]'TION.

INCORONATE, -D, in-kor'o-n[=a]t, -ed, _adj._ crowned.

INCORPORATE, in-kor'po-r[=a]t, _v.t._ to form into a body: to combine into one mass, or embody: to unite: to form into a corporation.--_v.i._ to unite into one mass: to become part of another body.--_adj._ united in one body: (_rare_) not having a material body.--_n._ INCORPOR[=A]'TION, act of incorporating: state of being incorporated: formation of a legal or political body: an association: (_gram._) polysynthesis.--_adjs._ INCOR'PORATIVE, characterised by grammatical incorporation--also _Polysynthetic_; INCORP[=O]'REAL, INCOR'PORAL (_Shak._), not having a body: spiritual: intangible.--_ns._ INCORP[=O]'REALISM, INCORPOR[=E]'ITY, INCORPOREAL'ITY.--_adv._ INCORP[=O]'REALLY.

INCORPSE, in-korps', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to incorporate.

INCORRECT, in-kor-ekt, _adj._ containing faults: not accurate: not correct in manner or character: (_Shak._) not regulated.--_adv._ INCORRECT'LY.--_n._ INCORRECT'NESS.

INCORRIGIBLE, in-kor'i-ji-bl, _adj._ and _n._ bad beyond correction or reform.--_ns._ INCORR'IGIBLENESS, INCORRIGIBIL'ITY.--_adv._ INCORR'IGIBLY.

INCORRODIBLE, in-ko-r[=o]'di-bl, _adj._ incapable of being corroded.

INCORRUPT, in-kor-upt', _adj._ sound: pure: not depraved: not to be tempted by bribes.--_adj._ INCORRUPT'IBLE, not capable of decay: that cannot be bribed: inflexibly just.--_ns._ INCORRUPT'IBLENESS, INCORRUPTIBIL'ITY.--_adv._ INCORRUPT'IBLY.--_ns._ INCORRUP'TION, INCORRUPT'NESS.--_adj._ INCORRUPT'IVE.--_adv._ INCORRUPT'LY.

INCRASSATE, in-kras'[=a]t, _v.t._ to make thick.--_v.i._ (_med._) to become thicker.--_adj._ made thick or fat: (_bot._) becoming thick by degrees.--_n._ INCRASS[=A]'TION.--_adj._ INCRASS'ATIVE. [Low L.

_incrass[=a]re_, _-[=a]tum_--L. _in_, in, _crass[=a]re_, to make thick.]

INCREASE, in-kr[=e]s', _v.i._ to grow in size: to become greater: to advance.--_v.t._ to make greater: to advance: to extend: to aggravate.--_adj._ INCREAS'ABLE.--_ns._ INCREAS'ABLENESS; IN'CREASE, growth: addition to the original stock: profit: produce: progeny.--_adj._ INCREASE'FUL (_Shak._), abundant of produce.--_adv._ INCREAS'INGLY, in the way of increase. [M. E. _incresen_--_en_ (L. _in_), and O. Fr. _creisser_, _croistre_--L. _cresc[)e]re_, to grow.]

INCREATE, in'kre-[=a]t, _adj._ (_arch._) uncreated.

INCREDIBLE, in-kred'i-bl, _adj._ surpassing belief.--_ns._ INCREDIBIL'ITY, quality of being incredible, an incredible thing; INCRED'IBLENESS, incredibility.--_adv._ INCRED'IBLY.

INCREDULOUS, in-kred'[=u]-lus, _adj._ hard of belief.--_ns._ INCRED[=U]'LITY, INCRED'ULOUSNESS.--_adv._ INCRED'ULOUSLY.

INCREMATION, in-kre-m[=a]'shun, _n._ the act of burning a dead body.--_v.t._ INCR[=E]'MATE, to burn. [L. _in_, in, _crem[=a]re_, _-[=a]tum_, to burn.]

INCREMENT, in'kre-ment, _n._ act of increasing or becoming greater: growth: that by which anything is increased: (_math._) the finite increase of a variable quantity: (_rhet._) an adding of particulars without climax (see 2 Peter, i. 5-7): (_gram._) a syllable in excess of the number of the nominative singular or the second pers. sing. present indicative.--_adj._ INCREMENT'AL.--UNEARNED INCREMENT, any exceptional increase in the value of land, houses, &c., not due to the owner's labour or outlay. [L.

_incrementum_--_incresc[)e]re_, to increase.]

INCRESCENT, in-kres'ent, _adj._ increasing, growing (of the moon).

INCRIMINATE, in-krim'in-[=a]t, _v.t._ to charge with a crime or fault, to criminate: to characterise as criminal or as accessory to crime.--_adj._ INCRIM'IN[=A]TORY.

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