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Meanings of Imperfectness:

noun

The quality or state of being imperfect; imperfection.

Meanings of Imperforable:

adjective

That cannot be perforated or penetrated.

Imperforate

ɪmˈpəːf(ə)rət

Meanings of Imperforate:

adjective

Lacking the normal opening; not perforated.

Usage examples:

Unicellular spores of these parasites have an imperforate wall

Meanings of Imperforated:

adjective

Of a part of the body: lacking a normal or functional orifice or an open channel; (of a person or animal) †having such a part (obsolete); = "imperforate".

Meanings of Imperforation:

noun

The condition of lacking a hole or opening; specifically (with reference to a part of the body) the condition of lacking a normal or functional orifice or an open channel; an instance or case of this.

Meanings of Imperformable:

adjective

That cannot be performed or executed; unperformable.

Meanings of Imperial:

adjective

Relating to an empire.

Usage examples:

Britain's imperial past
noun

A small pointed beard growing below the lower lip (associated with napoleon iii of france).

Usage examples:

The poet wore a luxuriant black moustache and imperial, and a slouched hat which shaded the forehead.

Meanings of Imperialin:

noun

A toxic alkaloid found in the bulbs of the crown imperial, fritillaria imperialis, and certain other plants.

Meanings of Imperialine:

noun

A toxic alkaloid found in the bulbs of the crown imperial, fritillaria imperialis, and certain other plants.

Meanings of Imperialise:

verb

Subject to imperial rule or influence.

Usage examples:

The aim of these movements was to imperialize the whole nation

Imperialised

ɪmˈpɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Imperialised:

verb

Subject to imperial rule or influence.

Usage examples:

The aim of these movements was to imperialize the whole nation

Imperialising

ɪmˈpɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Imperialising:

verb

Subject to imperial rule or influence.

Usage examples:

The aim of these movements was to imperialize the whole nation

Meanings of Imperialist:

adjective

Relating to, supporting, or practising imperialism.

Usage examples:

An imperialist regime
noun

A person who supports or practises imperialism.

Usage examples:

It was only a matter of time before the imperialists and the junta struck.

Imperialistic

ɪmˈpɪə.ri.ə.lɪ.zəm

Meanings of Imperialistic:

adjective

Relating to or characterized by a policy of imperialism.

Usage examples:

Imperialistic attitudes
noun

The attempt of one country to control another country, esp. by political and economic methods

Usage examples:

France was accused of economic imperialism because of its trade policies., roosevelt believed that …

Imperialists

ɪmˈpɪərɪəlɪst

Meanings of Imperialists:

noun

A person who supports or practises imperialism.

Usage examples:

It was only a matter of time before the imperialists and the junta struck.
adjective

Relating to, supporting, or practising imperialism.

Usage examples:

An imperialist regime

Meanings of Imperialities:

noun

Imperial rank, power, or authority.

Meanings of Imperiality:

noun

Imperial rank, power, or authority.

Meanings of Imperialization:

noun

The action of subjecting something to imperial rule or influence.

Imperialize

ɪmˈpɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Imperialize:

verb

Subject to imperial rule or influence.

Usage examples:

The aim of these movements was to imperialize the whole nation

Imperialized

ɪmˈpɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Imperialized:

verb

Subject to imperial rule or influence.

Usage examples:

The aim of these movements was to imperialize the whole nation

Imperializing

ɪmˈpɪərɪəlʌɪz

Meanings of Imperializing:

verb

Subject to imperial rule or influence.

Usage examples:

The aim of these movements was to imperialize the whole nation

Meanings of Imperialness:

noun

Imperial quality, dignity, or style. also (with possessive adjective): a mock title for a haughty or imperial person.

Meanings of Imperials:

noun

A small pointed beard growing below the lower lip (associated with napoleon iii of france).

Usage examples:

The poet wore a luxuriant black moustache and imperial, and a slouched hat which shaded the forehead.
adjective

Relating to an empire.

Usage examples:

Britain's imperial past

Meanings of Imperialty:

noun

Imperial state, government, or rule.

Imperil

ɪmˈpɛrɪl

Meanings of Imperil:

verb

Put at risk of being harmed, injured, or destroyed.

Usage examples:

They advised against tax increases for fear of imperilling the recovery

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