Infusoria to Insensate

Infusoria, n. pl. Animalcules, animalcula.

Ingathering, n. Harvest.

In general.

    1. Generally, in the main, for the most part, in most cases, with few exceptions.
    2. Generally, upon the whole, speaking generally, to sum up, in a general way, to speak summarily.

Ingenious, a.

    1. Inventive, gifted, able, sagacious, clever, bright, ready.
    2. That shows invention, exhibiting ingenuity.

Ingenuity, n. Inventiveness, ingeniousness, acuteness, skill, readiness, ability, capableness, capacity, faculty, aptitude, aptness, cleverness, knack, turn, gift, genius.

Ingenuous, a. Artless, frank, open, candid, sincere, guileless, honest, downright, straightforward, truthful, simple-minded, single-minded, open-hearted, transparent, childlike, naïve.

Ingenuousness, n. Artlessness, frankness, candor, sincerity, honesty, truthfulness, openness, guilelessness, single-mindedness, open-heartedness, childlikeness, naïveté.

Inglorious, a.

    1. Obscure, mean, lowly, humble, unknown, undistinguished, nameless, unmarked, unnoted, unhonored.
    2. Shameful, disgraceful, humiliating, scandalous, ignominious.

Ingloriousness, n.

    1. Obscurity, meanness, humbleness, lowliness, namelessness, want of fame, lack of distinction.
    2. Abasement, discredit, disrepute, dishonor, disgrace, ignominy, ignominiousness, obloquy, shame, infamy, opprobrium, odium, humiliation.

In good case. In good condition, in good health, well, sound, hearty, hale.

Ingraft, v. a.

    1. Graft.
    2. Infix, implant, instil, infuse, inculcate.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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