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Meanings of Imbricated:

verb

Overlap or cause to overlap.

Usage examples:

A distinguishing feature of the echinoids is that the ossicles imbricate
adjective

(of scales, sepals, plates, etc.) having adjacent edges overlapping.

Usage examples:

It has terminal, fascicled inflorescences of several scarlet flowers covered by imbricate, scarious…

Meanings of Imbricating:

verb

Overlap or cause to overlap.

Usage examples:

A distinguishing feature of the echinoids is that the ossicles imbricate
adjective

(of scales, sepals, plates, etc.) having adjacent edges overlapping.

Usage examples:

It has terminal, fascicled inflorescences of several scarlet flowers covered by imbricate, scarious…

Meanings of Imbroglio:

noun

An extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation.

Usage examples:

The abdication imbroglio of 1936

Meanings of Imbroglios:

noun

An extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation.

Usage examples:

The abdication imbroglio of 1936

Imbrue

ɪmˈbruː

Meanings of Imbrue:

verb

Stain (something, especially one's hands or sword).

Usage examples:

They were unwilling to imbrue their hands in his blood

Imbrued

ɪmˈbruː

Meanings of Imbrued:

verb

Stain (something, especially one's hands or sword).

Usage examples:

They were unwilling to imbrue their hands in his blood

Meanings of Imbrues:

verb

Stain (something, especially one's hands or sword).

Usage examples:

They were unwilling to imbrue their hands in his blood

Imbruing

ɪmˈbruː

Meanings of Imbruing:

verb

Stain (something, especially one's hands or sword).

Usage examples:

They were unwilling to imbrue their hands in his blood

Imbue

ɪmˈbjuː

Meanings of Imbue:

verb

Inspire or permeate with (a feeling or quality).

Usage examples:

His works are invariably imbued with a sense of calm and serenity
phrasal verb

To fill something or someone with a quality or feeling

Usage examples:

Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors.

Imbue-with

ɪmˈbjuː

Meanings of Imbue-with:

phrasal verb

To fill something or someone with a quality or feeling

Usage examples:

Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors.

Imbued

ɪmˈbjuː

Meanings of Imbued:

verb

Inspire or permeate with (a feeling or quality).

Usage examples:

His works are invariably imbued with a sense of calm and serenity
phrasal verb

To fill something or someone with a quality or feeling

Usage examples:

Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors.

Meanings of Imbues:

verb

Inspire or permeate with (a feeling or quality).

Usage examples:

His works are invariably imbued with a sense of calm and serenity
phrasal verb

To fill something or someone with a quality or feeling

Usage examples:

Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors.

Meanings of Imbuing:

verb

Inspire or permeate with (a feeling or quality).

Usage examples:

His works are invariably imbued with a sense of calm and serenity
phrasal verb

To fill something or someone with a quality or feeling

Usage examples:

Her poetry was imbued with a love of the outdoors.

Meanings of Imho:

Written abbreviation for in my humble opinion: used when you tell someone your opinion, for example in an email

Meanings of Imidazol:

noun

A colourless crystalline compound with mildly basic properties, present as a substituent in the amino acid histidine.

Usage examples:

The quenching effect is attributed to the presence of proximal imidazole and pyrrole groups in thei…

Meanings of Imidazole:

noun

A colourless crystalline compound with mildly basic properties, present as a substituent in the amino acid histidine.

Usage examples:

The quenching effect is attributed to the presence of proximal imidazole and pyrrole groups in thei…

Meanings of Imide:

noun

An organic compound containing the group —conhco—, related to ammonia by replacement of two hydrogen atoms by acyl groups.

Usage examples:

Fine-changing the structure, namely, substituting the hydroxyl group in the cyclic imide ring of 4 …

Imine

ˈɪmiːn

Meanings of Imine:

noun

An organic compound containing the group —c=nh or —c=nr where r is an alkyl or other group.

Usage examples:

These compounds, widely distributed among freshwater and marine organisms, are cyclohexenone or cyc…
abbreviation

(in the uk) institution of mining engineers.

Imipramine

ɪˈmɪprəmiːn

Meanings of Imipramine:

noun

A synthetic compound used to treat depression.

Usage examples:

Isolated instances of such damage have been reported with such drugs as benoxaprofen, chlorpromazin…

Imitate

ˈɪm.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Imitate:

verb

Take or follow as a model.

Usage examples:

His style was imitated by many other writers

Imitated

ˈɪm.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Imitated:

verb

Take or follow as a model.

Usage examples:

His style was imitated by many other writers

Imitates

ˈɪm.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Imitates:

verb

Take or follow as a model.

Usage examples:

His style was imitated by many other writers

Imitating

ˈɪm.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Imitating:

verb

Take or follow as a model.

Usage examples:

His style was imitated by many other writers

Imitation

ˌɪm.ɪˈteɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Imitation:

noun

The action of using someone or something as a model.

Usage examples:

A child learns to speak by imitation

Imitative

ˈɪm.ɪ.tə.tɪv

Meanings of Imitative:

adjective

Copying or following a model or example.

Usage examples:

The derring-do of our film heroes inspired us to imitative feats

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