Investment, n.

    1. Investing. See Invest.
    2. Vestment, dress, robe, garments, habiliments, clothes.
    3. Money invested.
    4. (Mil.) Siege.

Inveteracy, n. Inveterateness, obstinacy, chronic state.

Inveterate, a.

    1. Obstinate, besetting, chronic, deep-seated, long established.
    2. Habituated, habitual, accustomed, confirmed, hardened.

Invidious, a. Offensive, hateful, odious, likely to excite ill-will.

Invigorate, v. a. Strengthen, fortify, animate, quicken, energize, give vigor to, give life and energy to.

Invincibility, n. Unconquerableness, invincibleness.

Invincible, a.

    1. Unconquerable, indomitable, unsubduable, incapable of subjugation.
    2. Unconquerable, insuperable, irrepressible, ineradicable, incapable of eradication or suppression.
    3. Insuperable, insurmountable, too great to be overcome.

Invincibleness, n. Invincibility.

Inviolability, n. Inviolableness.

Inviolable, a. Sacred, inviolate, stainless, holy.

Inviolableness, n. Inviolability.

Inviolate, a.

    1. Unbroken, unviolated.
    2. Unhurt, uninjured, unprofaned, unpolluted, unstained, stainless.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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