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in one ear and out the other heard, but with little or no attention paid.
in one's pocket under one's control.
in one's shirt sleeves not wearing a coat.
in one's stocking feet wearing socks or stockings but no shoes.
in order to for the purpose of; so that.
in person being actually present, rather than on the phone or radio, in pictures, or in the movies.
in private with no one else near; privately or secretly.
in progress in the process of happening; taking place; occurring.
in public where other people are present, especially in large numbers.
input information that is put into a computer. [3 definitions]
in question that is being considered or argued about.
inquire to ask a question in order to receive information (usually followed by "about" or "of").
inquiry a process of looking for truth or correct information. [2 definitions]
inquisitive given to asking and inquiring; eager to learn.
in reality in fact; actually.
in reserve set aside; reserved.
in return a paying back or in exchange.
insane having a disease of the mind; crazy; mad. [2 definitions]
insanity the condition of having a disease in the mind.
inscribe to write by carving.
insect a very small animal with a hard covering over its body. Most kinds of insects have a body that is divided into three parts. Most insects also have three pairs of legs and one or two pairs of wings. Insects are arthropods. Bees, ants, butterflies, beetles, and flies are kinds of insects. [2 definitions]