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intransitive verb a verb that is not followed by a direct object. In the sentence, "I ran for an hour," "ran" is an intransitive verb.
intravenous being in or entering through a vein or veins.
intricate having many complex parts, angles, or aspects; involved; elaborate.
intrigue to draw the strong interest of; puzzle; fascinate. [2 definitions]
introduce to present to another person. [4 definitions]
introduction the act or process of letting people know about a new thing, or letting them experience it or start to use it. [4 definitions]
introductory serving to introduce.
intrude to enter or thrust oneself in when not invited or welcome.
intuition the power to know or understand something without thinking it through in a logical way.
Inuit a member of a group of native people living in areas from Greenland to Canada and Alaska. [2 definitions]
invade to enter as an enemy, by force, in order to conquer or plunder. [2 definitions]
invalid1 a person who is ill or disabled.
invalid2 no longer legal or in effect; void; not valid.
invaluable having value too great to guess or measure; priceless.
invasion an act or instance of invading by an enemy or hostile army. [2 definitions]
invent to think of, come up with, or create something new. [2 definitions]
invention the act or process of inventing. [3 definitions]
inventive good at thinking up new ideas or at devising new objects or methods; imaginative.
inventor one who invents.
inventory a complete list of things on hand or in a particular place. [2 definitions]
invert to reverse the order, position, or direction of. [2 definitions]