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indict to formally accuse (someone) of a crime in a court of law after studying evidence.
Indies see East Indies, West Indies. [2 definitions]
indifferent without interest or concern; not caring.
indigestion difficulty in digesting food. [2 definitions]
indignant feeling or showing anger about something considered to be unfair or without value.
indigo a dark blue dye that comes from plants or is made by people. [3 definitions]
indirect not in a straight line, course, or route. [3 definitions]
indirect object the part of a sentence that indicates a person or thing that is indirectly affected by the action of the verb. In the sentence, "I made him some tea," "him" is the indirect object.
indispensable absolutely necessary; essential.
individual single, separate, or distinct. [5 definitions]
individuality the qualities and characteristics of a person that make them different from all others.
individually in an individual and separate way. [2 definitions]
indivisible not able to be divided or separated.
Indonesia a country in southeastern Asia made up of a group of islands stretching from the Indian Ocean into the Pacific Ocean. Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia.
Indonesian of or having to do with Indonesia or its people, culture, languages, or the like. [3 definitions]
indoor located or happening inside a house or building.
indoors in or into a building.
indorse another spelling of endorse
indulge to give in to or satisfy a desire, appetite, or whim. [2 definitions]
in duplicate in two exact copies.
industrial having to do with the making of goods and services by industry. [2 definitions]