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Meanings of Inculcated:

verb

Instil (an idea, attitude, or habit) by persistent instruction.

Usage examples:

I tried to inculcate in my pupils an attitude of enquiry

Meanings of Inculcates:

verb

Instil (an idea, attitude, or habit) by persistent instruction.

Usage examples:

I tried to inculcate in my pupils an attitude of enquiry

Meanings of Inculcating:

verb

Instil (an idea, attitude, or habit) by persistent instruction.

Usage examples:

I tried to inculcate in my pupils an attitude of enquiry

Inculcation

ˌɪŋ.kʌlˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Inculcation:

noun

The process of fixing beliefs or ideas in someone's mind, especially by repeating them often

Usage examples:

The law exempts nonprofit religious groups whose purpose is the inculcation of religious values, sh…

Inculpate

ˈɪnkʌlpeɪt

Meanings of Inculpate:

verb

Accuse or blame.

Usage examples:

He blamed himself, but also inculpated his fiancée

Meanings of Inculpates:

verb

Accuse or blame.

Usage examples:

He blamed himself, but also inculpated his fiancée

Meanings of Inculpating:

verb

Accuse or blame.

Usage examples:

He blamed himself, but also inculpated his fiancée

Meanings of Incumbencies:

noun

The holding of an office or the period during which one is held.

Usage examples:

During his incumbency he established an epidemic warning system

Incumbency

ɪnˈkʌm.bən.si

Meanings of Incumbency:

noun

The holding of an office or the period during which one is held.

Usage examples:

During his incumbency he established an epidemic warning system

Meanings of Incumbent:

adjective

Necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility.

Usage examples:

The government realized that it was incumbent on them to act
noun

The holder of an office or post.

Usage examples:

The present incumbent will soon be retiring

Incumbents

ɪnˈkʌmb(ə)nt

Meanings of Incumbents:

noun

The holder of an office or post.

Usage examples:

The present incumbent will soon be retiring
adjective

Necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility.

Usage examples:

The government realized that it was incumbent on them to act

Meanings of Incumbrance:

noun

Old-fashioned mainly uk spelling of encumbrance

Incumbrances

ɪnˈkʌm.brəns

Meanings of Incumbrances:

noun

Old-fashioned mainly uk spelling of encumbrance

Incunable

ˌɪnkjʊˈnabjʊləm

Meanings of Incunable:

noun

Another term for incunabulum.

Incunabula

ˌɪnkjʊˈnabjʊləm

Meanings of Incunabula:

noun

An early printed book, especially one printed before 1501.

Usage examples:

Books printed before 1501 are called incunabula; the word is derived from latin for swaddling cloth…

Meanings of Incunabulum:

noun

An early printed book, especially one printed before 1501.

Usage examples:

Books printed before 1501 are called incunabula; the word is derived from latin for swaddling cloth…

Incur

ɪnˈkɜːr

Meanings of Incur:

verb

Become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one's own behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

I will pay any expenses incurred

Incurable

ɪnˈkjʊə.rə.bəl

Meanings of Incurable:

adjective

(of a sick person or a disease) not able to be cured.

Usage examples:

Even when the sick are incurable they are never untreatable
noun

A person who cannot be cured.

Usage examples:

The hospital - which has more than 2,000 fundraisers - was first opened as a cancer pavilion and ho…

Incurably

ɪnˈkjʊə.rə.bli

Meanings of Incurably:

adverb

In a way that is impossible to cure

Usage examples:

She was told that she was incurably ill., the cancer had returned and spread incurably through her …

Incurious

ɪnˈkjʊə.ri.əs

Meanings of Incurious:

adjective

Not eager to know something; lacking curiosity.

Usage examples:

As for who had written it, she was oddly incurious

Incurred

ɪnˈkəː

Meanings of Incurred:

verb

Become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one's own behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

I will pay any expenses incurred

Meanings of Incurrent:

adjective

(of a vessel or opening) conveying fluid inwards.

Usage examples:

Concurrent with this, the entire pectinirhomb becomes greatly protuberant along a large, thinwalled…

Incurring

ɪnˈkəː

Meanings of Incurring:

verb

Become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one's own behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

I will pay any expenses incurred

Present participle of incur formal

Incurs

ɪnˈkɜːr

Meanings of Incurs:

verb

Become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one's own behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

I will pay any expenses incurred

Meanings of Incurvate:

verb

Curve inwards.

Usage examples:

The horn-shaped pathway incurvates
adjective

Curved inwards.

Usage examples:

The haft element is short and broad with an incurvate base

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