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Meanings of Imm:

noun

Abbreviation for international monetary market

Immaculate

ɪˈmakjʊlət

Meanings of Immaculate:

adjective

Perfectly clean, neat, or tidy.

Usage examples:

An immaculate white suit

Immaculately

ɪˈmæk.jə.lət.li

Meanings of Immaculately:

adverb

In a perfectly clean, neat, or tidy manner.

Usage examples:

He always appeared immaculately dressed

Immaculateness

ɪˈmæk.jə.lət.nəs

Meanings of Immaculateness:

noun

The quality of being immaculate (= perfect, clean, or without any mistakes)

Usage examples:

I admired the technical immaculateness of the music, but wasn't moved by it., they are most frequen…

Meanings of Immalleable:

adjective

Not malleable; (originally) literal incapable of being hammered out or beaten; (in later use also of a person, the mind, etc.) unchangeable, obstinate, unyielding.

Meanings of Immanacle:

verb

To put manacles on; to handcuff, fetter. also figurative.

Meanings of Immanacled:

verb

To put manacles on; to handcuff, fetter. also figurative.

Meanings of Immanacling:

verb

To put manacles on; to handcuff, fetter. also figurative.

Meanings of Immanation:

noun

A flowing or entering in; the action or process of this.

Meanings of Immane:

adjective

Inhumanly cruel or savage; brutal.

Immanence

ˈɪm.ə.nəns

Meanings of Immanence:

noun

The state of being present as a natural and permanent part of something

Usage examples:

The immanence of religion is reflected in the music, much of which is based on buddhist chants., th…

Meanings of Immanent:

adjective

Existing or operating within; inherent.

Usage examples:

The protection of liberties is immanent in constitutional arrangements

Meanings of Immanental:

adjective

Of, relating to, or involving immanence; immanent.

Meanings of Immanently:

adverb

In an immanent manner, by immanence; inherently.

Meanings of Immanifest:

adjective

Not manifest or evident.

Meanings of Immanity:

noun

Great size or severity; enormity, hugeness, immensity. rare after 17th century.

Meanings of Immantle:

verb

To clothe, wrap in, or cover with a mantle; to cloak, enrobe. chiefly figurative.

Meanings of Immantled:

verb

To clothe, wrap in, or cover with a mantle; to cloak, enrobe. chiefly figurative.

Meanings of Immantling:

verb

To clothe, wrap in, or cover with a mantle; to cloak, enrobe. chiefly figurative.

Meanings of Immanuel:

proper noun

The name given to christ as the deliverer of judah prophesied by isaiah (isa. 7:14, 8:8; matt. 1:23).

Meanings of Immarble:

verb

To transform as if into marble; to make hard or rigid; to deaden, numb; to immobilize.

Meanings of Immarcescible:

adjective

Unfading; incorruptible, imperishable.

Meanings of Immarcescibly:

adjective

Unfading; incorruptible, imperishable.

Meanings of Immarginate:

adjective

Lacking a distinct or separate margin or border.

Meanings of Immartial:

adjective

Not martial or military; unwarlike.

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