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Infamy

ˈɪn.fə.mi

Meanings of Infamy:

noun

The state of being well known for some bad quality or deed.

Usage examples:

A day that will live in infamy

Infancy

ˈɪn.fən.si

Meanings of Infancy:

noun

The state or period of babyhood or early childhood.

Usage examples:

A son who died in infancy

Infangthief

ˈɪnfaŋˌθiːf

Meanings of Infangthief:

noun

(in anglo-saxon law) the right of the lord of a manor to try and to punish a thief caught within the limits of his demesne.

Meanings of Infant:

noun

A very young child or baby.

Usage examples:

Healthy infants

Infantas

ɪnˈfantə

Meanings of Infantas:

noun

A daughter of the ruling monarch of spain or portugal, especially the eldest daughter who was not heir to the throne.

Usage examples:

The peace was sealed the next year by the marriage of the king to the infanta maria theresa, thereb…

Meanings of Infante:

noun

A son of the ruling monarch of spain or portugal other than the heir to the throne, specifically the second son.

Usage examples:

It splintered into hundreds of competing chieftainships, all led by infantes claiming descent from …

Meanings of Infantes:

noun

A son of the ruling monarch of spain or portugal other than the heir to the throne, specifically the second son.

Usage examples:

It splintered into hundreds of competing chieftainships, all led by infantes claiming descent from …

Infanticide

ɪnˈfæn.tɪ.saɪd

Meanings of Infanticide:

noun

The crime of a mother killing her child within a year of birth.

Usage examples:

Cases of infanticide often involve extreme emotional disturbance

Infanticides

ɪnˈfantɪsʌɪd

Meanings of Infanticides:

noun

The crime of a mother killing her child within a year of birth.

Usage examples:

Cases of infanticide often involve extreme emotional disturbance

Infantile

ˈɪn.fən.taɪl

Meanings of Infantile:

adjective

Of or occurring among babies or very young children.

Usage examples:

Infantile colic

Meanings of Infantilism:

noun

Childish behaviour.

Usage examples:

His comedy is a blend of slapstick and sentimental infantilism

Infantilize

ɪnˈfantɪlʌɪz

Meanings of Infantilize:

verb

Treat (someone) as a child or in a way which denies their maturity in age or experience.

Usage examples:

My generation grew up in a time when women were infantilized and treated as property

Infantine

ˈɪnf(ə)ntʌɪn

Meanings of Infantine:

adjective

Archaic term for infantile.

Meanings of Infantries:

noun

Soldiers marching or fighting on foot; foot soldiers collectively.

Usage examples:

The infantry advanced at sunrise

Infantry

ˈɪn.fən.tri

Meanings of Infantry:

noun

Soldiers marching or fighting on foot; foot soldiers collectively.

Usage examples:

The infantry advanced at sunrise

Infantryman

ˈɪnf(ə)ntrɪmən

Meanings of Infantryman:

noun

A soldier belonging to an infantry regiment.

Usage examples:

As operations unfold, the army has found that protection is needed not just for infantrymen but for…

Infantrymen

ˈɪn.fən.tri.mən

Meanings of Infantrymen:

noun

A soldier belonging to an infantry regiment.

Usage examples:

As operations unfold, the army has found that protection is needed not just for infantrymen but for…

Meanings of Infants:

noun

A very young child or baby.

Usage examples:

Healthy infants
phrase

→  infant school

Usage examples:

Andrew's still in the infants., i used to have school meals when i was in the infants., at 11, she …

Infarct

ˈɪnfɑːkt

Meanings of Infarct:

noun

A small localized area of dead tissue resulting from failure of blood supply.

Usage examples:

Lungs were examined for pneumonia, fibrosis, and infarcts and for atherosclerosis, thrombi, and int…

Meanings of Infarction:

noun

Obstruction of the blood supply to an organ or region of tissue, typically by a thrombus or embolus, causing local death of the tissue.

Usage examples:

Secondly, exertional angina can progress to unstable angina, acute myocardial infarction, or death.

Meanings of Infarctions:

noun

Obstruction of the blood supply to an organ or region of tissue, typically by a thrombus or embolus, causing local death of the tissue.

Usage examples:

Secondly, exertional angina can progress to unstable angina, acute myocardial infarction, or death.

Infarcts

ˈɪnfɑːkt

Meanings of Infarcts:

noun

A small localized area of dead tissue resulting from failure of blood supply.

Usage examples:

Lungs were examined for pneumonia, fibrosis, and infarcts and for atherosclerosis, thrombi, and int…

Meanings of Infatuated:

adjective

Possessed with an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone.

Usage examples:

An infatuated teenager
verb

Be inspired with an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for.

Usage examples:

She is infatuated with a handsome police chief

Infatuates

ɪnˈfatʃʊeɪt

Meanings of Infatuates:

verb

Be inspired with an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for.

Usage examples:

She is infatuated with a handsome police chief

Infatuating

ɪnˈfatʃʊeɪt

Meanings of Infatuating:

verb

Be inspired with an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for.

Usage examples:

She is infatuated with a handsome police chief

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