(In*tran"si*tive*ly), adv. (Gram.) Without an object following; in the manner of an intransitive
(||In` tran"si*tu) [L.] (Law) In transit; during passage; as, goods in transitu.
(In`trans*mis"si*ble) a. Not capable of being transmitted.
(In`trans*mu`ta*bil"i*ty) n. The quality of being intransmutable.
(In`trans*mut"a*ble) a. Not capable of being transmuted or changed into another substance.
(In"trant) a. [L. intrans, p. pr. of intrare to enter. See Enter.] Entering; penetrating.
(In"trant), n. One who enters; especially, a person entering upon some office or station. Hume.
(In`tra*nu"cle*ar) a. (Biol.) Within the nucleus of a cell; as. the intranuclear network of
fibrils, seen in the first stages of karyokinesis.
(In*trap") v. t. See Entrap. Spenser.
(In"tra*pa*ri"e*tal) a. Situated or occurring within an inclosure; shut off from public sight; private; secluded; retired.
I have no Turkish proclivities, and I do not think that, after all, impaling is preferable as a mode of capital
punishment to intraparietal hanging.Rolleston.
(In`tra*pet"i*o*lar) a. (Bot.) Situated between the petiole and the stem; said of the pair
of stipules at the base of a petiole when united by those margins next the petiole, thus seeming to form
a single stipule between the petiole and the stem or branch; often confounded with interpetiolar, from
which it differs essentially in meaning.
(In`tra*ter`ri*to"ri*al) a. Within the territory or a territory.
(In`tra*tho*rac"ic) a. Within the thora or chest.
(In`tra*trop"ic*al) a. Within the tropics.
(In`tra*u"ter*ine) a. Within the uterus or womb; as, intrauterine hemorrhage.
(In`tra*valv"u*lar) a. Between valves.
(In`tra*ve"nous) a. Within the veins.
(In`tra*ven*tric"u*lar) a. Within or between ventricles.
(In*treas"ure) v. t. To lay up, as in a treasury; to hoard. [Obs.] Shak.
(In*treat") v. t. See Entreat. Spenser.
(In*treat"a*ble) a. [Pref. in- not + treatable.] Not to be entreated; inexorable.
(In*treat"ance) n. Entreaty. [Obs.] Holland.
(In*treat"ful) a. Full of entreaty. [Obs.] Spenser.
(In*trench") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Intrenched ; p. pr. & vb. n. Intrenching.]