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inconspicuous not likely to be seen or noticed.
inconvenience the quality of causing bother or making things difficult. [3 definitions]
inconvenient causing trouble or extra effort; not convenient.
incorporate to include as part of a larger thing; blend. [2 definitions]
incorrect not correct; wrong.
increase to make larger or greater; add to. [3 definitions]
increasingly more and more; to a greater and greater degree.
incredible difficult or impossible to believe. [2 definitions]
incredulous not able to believe something.
incriminate to show involvement in a crime.
incubate to keep warm until time to hatch.
incubator a warm container that protects and helps babies that are sick or born too early. An incubator allows doctors to control the temperature, amount of oxygen, and other conditions that affect a baby's health. [2 definitions]
incurable not capable of being cured.
indebted owing money, thanks, or a favor to another person.
indecent improper, crude, or causing offense.
indeed without any question or doubt; truly. [2 definitions]
indefinite not certain, not clear, or not having fixed limits.
indefinite article either of the articles "a" or "an" in English grammar. These articles do not restrict the noun to a particular person, place or thing. In the sentence, "A dog ran into my yard," the indefinite article "a" is used to show that it could have been any dog, and that a particular dog is not being named.
indent1 to begin to write or type farther from the left margin than the other lines.
independence the state or condition of being independent. [2 definitions]
Independence Day a U.S. national holiday celebrated on July 4 to remember the signing of the Declaration of Independence from England in 1776; Fourth of July.