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Indraught

ˈɪndrɑːft

Meanings of Indraught:

noun

The drawing in of something.

Usage examples:

The indraught of the towns is irresistible

Indrawn

ɪnˈdrɔːn

Meanings of Indrawn:

adjective

(of breath) taken in.

Usage examples:

She heard the swift indrawn breath of surprise

Indri

ˈɪndri

Meanings of Indri:

noun

A large, short-tailed madagascan lemur which jumps from tree to tree in an upright position and rarely comes to the ground.

Usage examples:

They range in size from the 2.5-inch pygmy mouse lemur (the world's smallest primate) to the indri,…

Indris

ˈɪndri

Meanings of Indris:

noun

A large, short-tailed madagascan lemur which jumps from tree to tree in an upright position and rarely comes to the ground.

Usage examples:

They range in size from the 2.5-inch pygmy mouse lemur (the world's smallest primate) to the indri,…

Indubitable

ɪnˈdʒuː.bɪ.tə.bəl

Meanings of Indubitable:

adjective

Impossible to doubt; unquestionable.

Usage examples:

An indubitable truth

Indubitably

ɪnˈdʒuː.bɪ.tə.bli

Meanings of Indubitably:

adverb

In a way that cannot be doubted

Usage examples:

He looked different, but it was indubitably john., the museum indubitably has the best collection o…

Induce

ɪnˈdjuːs

Meanings of Induce:

verb

Succeed in persuading or leading (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The pickets induced many workers to stay away

Induced

-ɪn.dʒuːst

Meanings of Induced:

verb

Succeed in persuading or leading (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The pickets induced many workers to stay away
suffix

Caused by the stated person or activity

Usage examples:

A self-induced illness, work-induced stress

Inducement

ɪnˈdʒuːs.mənt

Meanings of Inducement:

noun

A thing that persuades or leads someone to do something.

Usage examples:

Companies were prepared to build only in return for massive inducements

Inducements

ɪnˈdʒuːs.mənt

Meanings of Inducements:

noun

A thing that persuades or leads someone to do something.

Usage examples:

Companies were prepared to build only in return for massive inducements

Inducer

ɪnˈdjuːsə

Meanings of Inducer:

noun

A thing that brings about a particular state or condition.

Usage examples:

Msg is another known headache inducer

Inducers

ɪnˈdjuːsə

Meanings of Inducers:

noun

A thing that brings about a particular state or condition.

Usage examples:

Msg is another known headache inducer

Induces

ɪnˈdjuːs

Meanings of Induces:

verb

Succeed in persuading or leading (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The pickets induced many workers to stay away

Inducible

ɪnˈdjuːsɪbl

Meanings of Inducible:

adjective

Able to be caused or brought about.

Usage examples:

This is a disease that is inducible in rats

Inducing

ɪnˈdjuːs

Meanings of Inducing:

verb

Succeed in persuading or leading (someone) to do something.

Usage examples:

The pickets induced many workers to stay away

Meanings of Induct:

verb

Admit (someone) formally to a post or organization.

Usage examples:

Arrangements for inducting new members to an organization

Inductance

ɪnˈdʌkt(ə)ns

Meanings of Inductance:

noun

The property of an electric conductor or circuit that causes an electromotive force to be generated by a change in the current flowing.

Usage examples:

The inductance of the winding

Inductances

ɪnˈdʌkt(ə)ns

Meanings of Inductances:

noun

The property of an electric conductor or circuit that causes an electromotive force to be generated by a change in the current flowing.

Usage examples:

The inductance of the winding

Inducted

ɪnˈdʌkt

Meanings of Inducted:

verb

Admit (someone) formally to a post or organization.

Usage examples:

Arrangements for inducting new members to an organization

Inductee

ɪnˈdʌkt

Meanings of Inductee:

verb

To introduce someone formally or with a special ceremony to an organization or group

Usage examples:

She was inducted into the army., basketball hall of fame inductee cheryl miller will be there.

Inducting

ɪnˈdʌkt

Meanings of Inducting:

verb

Admit (someone) formally to a post or organization.

Usage examples:

Arrangements for inducting new members to an organization

Induction

ɪnˈdʌk.ʃən

Meanings of Induction:

noun

The action or process of inducting someone to a post or organization.

Usage examples:

Induction into membership of a masonic brotherhood

Inductions

ɪnˈdʌk.ʃən

Meanings of Inductions:

noun

The action or process of inducting someone to a post or organization.

Usage examples:

Induction into membership of a masonic brotherhood

Inductive

ɪnˈdʌktɪv

Meanings of Inductive:

adjective

Characterized by the inference of general laws from particular instances.

Usage examples:

Instinct rather than inductive reasoning marked her approach to life

Inductively

ɪnˈdʌk.tɪv.li

Meanings of Inductively:

adverb

In a way that uses a particular set of facts or ideas to form a general principle

Usage examples:

Inquiry-based instruction encourages students to learn inductively., people arrive at a general vie…

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