Incense to Increase

Incense, v. a. Enrage, exasperate, inflame, irritate, provoke, anger, chafe, heat, excite, make angry.

Incense, n.

    1. Perfume (exhaled by a burning substance).
    2. Admiration, applause, laudation, adulation.

Incentive, n. Incitement, inducement, stimulus, impulse, spur, provocative, goad, motive, cause, encouragement.

Inception, n. Beginning, commencement, inauguration.

Inceptive, a. Inchoative, that denotes a beginning.

Incertitude, n. Uncertainty, doubtfulness, ambiguity.

Incessant, a. Ceaseless, unceasing, uninterrupted, unremitting, continual, perpetual, constant, eternal (colloq.), everlasting (colloq.).

Inch, n. Twelfth part of a foot.

Inchoate, a. Beginning, commencing, incipient.

Inchoative, a. Inceptive, that denotes a beginning.

Incident, a.

    1. Happening, liable to happen.
    2. Belonging, pertaining appertaining, relating, natural, naturally liable to befall.
    3. (Optics.) Falling, impinging.

Incident, n. Event, occurrence, circumstance.

Incidental, a.

    1. Accidental, casual, fortuitous, contingent.
    2. Occasional, adventitious, extraneous, non-essential.

Incinerate, v. a. Burn to ashes, reduce to ashes.

Incipience, Incipiency, n. Beginning, commencement.

Incipient, a. Beginning, commencing, inchoate.

Incised, a.

    1. Cut, gashed.

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