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Meanings of Inopportune:

adjective

Occurring at an inconvenient or inappropriate time.

Usage examples:

A storm blew up at an inopportune moment

Meanings of Inopportunely:

adverb

In a way that happens or is done at a time that is not suitable or convenient

Usage examples:

His legs inopportunely failed him at times., her arrival was very inopportunely timed.

Meanings of Inordinate:

adjective

Unusually or disproportionately large; excessive.

Usage examples:

The case had taken up an inordinate amount of time

Meanings of Inordinately:

adverb

To an unusually or disproportionately large degree; excessively.

Usage examples:

The information was inordinately vetted and censored

Inorganic

ˌɪn.ɔːˈɡæn.ɪk

Meanings of Inorganic:

adjective

Not consisting of or deriving from living matter.

Usage examples:

It is no more than a cleverly crafted lump of inorganic matter; its shape and working parts are con…

Inorganically

ˌɪn.ɔːˈɡæn.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Inorganically:

adverb

Using artificial chemicals in the growing or raising of plants and animals for food and other products

Usage examples:

These carrots have been grown inorganically., the inorganically fertilized wheat produced a higher …

Inosculate

ɪˈnɒskjʊleɪt

Meanings of Inosculate:

verb

Join by intertwining or fitting closely together.

Usage examples:

The lpa was too short for the anastomosis to the main artery, so we inosculated the injured lpa to …

Inosculated

ɪˈnɒskjʊleɪt

Meanings of Inosculated:

verb

Join by intertwining or fitting closely together.

Usage examples:

The lpa was too short for the anastomosis to the main artery, so we inosculated the injured lpa to …

Inosculating

ɪˈnɒskjʊleɪt

Meanings of Inosculating:

verb

Join by intertwining or fitting closely together.

Usage examples:

The lpa was too short for the anastomosis to the main artery, so we inosculated the injured lpa to …

Inosine

ˈɪnə(ʊ)siːn

Meanings of Inosine:

noun

A compound which is an intermediate in the metabolism of purine and is used in kidney transplantation to provide a temporary source of sugar. it is a nucleoside consisting of hypoxanthine linked to ribose.

Usage examples:

Adenosine deaminase is an enzyme of purine metabolism which catalyses adenosine into inosine and is…

Meanings of Inositol:

noun

A simple carbohydrate which occurs in animal and plant tissue and is a vitamin of the b group.

Usage examples:

Betaine, along with choline, methionine, vitamin b12, and inositol, were first known for their abil…

Inotropic

ˌɪnə(ʊ)ˈtrəʊpɪk

Meanings of Inotropic:

adjective

Modifying the force or speed of contraction of muscles.

Usage examples:

A drug having a positive inotropic effect on the heart

Inpatient

ˈɪn.peɪ.ʃənt

Meanings of Inpatient:

noun

A patient who lives in hospital while under treatment.

Usage examples:

Yet strangely it has no effective role in treating the most common type of anaemia to affect hospit…

Inpatients

ˈɪnpeɪʃnt

Meanings of Inpatients:

noun

A patient who lives in hospital while under treatment.

Usage examples:

Yet strangely it has no effective role in treating the most common type of anaemia to affect hospit…

Meanings of Inphase:

adjective

Relating to electrical signals that are in phase.

Meanings of Inpouring:

noun

The action of pouring something in.

Usage examples:

Vast inpouring of public money

Meanings of Input:

noun

What is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system.

Usage examples:

There is little input from other members of the team
verb

Put (data) into a computer.

Usage examples:

Test results can be inputted by the technician in the laboratory

Signal going into an electronic system

Inputs

ˈɪnpʊt

Meanings of Inputs:

noun

What is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system.

Usage examples:

There is little input from other members of the team
verb

Put (data) into a computer.

Usage examples:

Test results can be inputted by the technician in the laboratory

Inputted

ˈɪnpʊt

Meanings of Inputted:

verb

Put (data) into a computer.

Usage examples:

Test results can be inputted by the technician in the laboratory
noun

What is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system.

Usage examples:

There is little input from other members of the team

Past simple and past participle of input

Inputting

ˈɪnpʊt

Meanings of Inputting:

verb

Put (data) into a computer.

Usage examples:

Test results can be inputted by the technician in the laboratory
noun

What is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system.

Usage examples:

There is little input from other members of the team

Present participle of input

Meanings of Inqilab:

noun

A revolution or uprising (often used as a political slogan)

Usage examples:

‘inquilab!’ shouted ravi all of a sudden. ‘zindabad!’ the crowd responded hesitatingly

Inquest

ˈɪŋ.kwest

Meanings of Inquest:

noun

A judicial inquiry to ascertain the facts relating to an incident.

Usage examples:

The costs could continue to rise as the ministry of defence is considering applying for a judicial …

Inquests

ˈɪŋ.kwest

Meanings of Inquests:

noun

A judicial inquiry to ascertain the facts relating to an incident.

Usage examples:

The costs could continue to rise as the ministry of defence is considering applying for a judicial …

Meanings of Inquestual:

noun

A judicial inquiry to ascertain the facts relating to an incident.

Usage examples:

The costs could continue to rise as the ministry of defence is considering applying for a judicial …

Inquietude

ɪnˈkwʌɪətjuːd

Meanings of Inquietude:

noun

Physical or mental restlessness or disturbance.

Usage examples:

We are already in the twentieth century with its restlessness, its inquietude, ‘the age of anxiety’.

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