13 letter words whose second letter is N

Anachoretical (a.) See Anchoret, Anchoretic.

Anachronistic (a.) Erroneous in date; containing an anachronism.

Anagrammatism (n.) The act or practice of making anagrams.

Anagrammatist (n.) A maker anagrams.

Anagrammatize (v. t.) To transpose, as the letters of a word, so as to form an anagram.

Anallantoidea (n. pl.) The division of Vertebrata in which no allantois is developed. It includes amphibians, fishes, and lower forms.

Anaphrodisiac (a. & n.) Same as Antaphrodisiac.

Anathematical (a.) Pertaining to, or having the nature of, an anathema.

Anathematized (imp. & p. p.) of Anathematize

Anathematizer (n.) One who pronounces an anathema.

Anatomization (n.) The act of anatomizing.

Ancestorially (adv.) With regard to ancestors.

Andropetalous (a.) Produced by the conversion of the stamens into petals, as double flowers, like the garden ranunculus.

Anemometrical (a.) Of or pertaining to anemometry.

Anemorphilous (a.) Fertilized by the agency of the wind; -- said of plants in which the pollen is carried to the stigma by the wind; wind-Fertilized.

Anencephalous (a.) Without a brain; brainless.

Anfractuosity (n.) A state of being anfractuous, or full of windings and turnings; sinuosity.

Anfractuosity (n.) A sinuous depression or sulcus like those separating the convolutions of the brain.

Angelicalness (n.) The quality of being angelic; excellence more than human.

Angiospermous (a.) Having seeds inclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

Anglicization (n.) The act of anglicizing, or making English in character.

Anidiomatical (a.) Not idiomatic.

Animadversion (n.) The act or power of perceiving or taking notice; direct or simple perception.

Animadversion (n.) Monition; warning.

Animadversion (n.) Remarks by way of criticism and usually of censure; adverse criticism; reproof; blame.

Animadversion (n.) Judicial cognizance of an offense; chastisement; punishment.

Animadversive (a.) Having the power of perceiving; percipient.

Animadverting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Animadvert

Animalization (n.) The act of animalizing; the giving of animal life, or endowing with animal properties.

Animalization (n.) Conversion into animal matter by the process of assimilation.

Anisopetalous (a.) Having unequal petals.

Anisophyllous (a.) Having unequal leaves.

Annexationist (n.) One who favors annexation.

Anniversarily (adv.) Annually.

Anniversaries (pl. ) of Anniversary

Annotationist (n.) An annotator.

Anomalistical (a.) Irregular; departing from common or established rules.

Anomalistical (a.) Pertaining to the anomaly, or angular distance of a planet from its perihelion.

Anomalousness (n.) Quality of being anomalous.

Anomophyllous (a.) Having leaves irregularly placed.

Anonymousness (n.) The state or quality of being anonymous.

Anoplotherium (n.) A genus of extinct quadrupeds of the order Ungulata, whose were first found in the gypsum quarries near Paris; characterized by the shortness and feebleness of their canine teeth (whence the name).

Another-gates (a.) Of another sort.

Another-guess (a.) Of another sort.

Antambulacral (a.) Away from the ambulacral region.

Antaphroditic (a.) Antaphrodisiac.

Antaphroditic (a.) Antisyphilitic.

Antaphroditic (n.) An antaphroditic medicine.

Antapoplectic (a.) Good against apoplexy.

Antapoplectic (n.) A medicine used against apoplexy.

Antecedaneous (a.) Antecedent; preceding in time.

Antecommunion (n.) A name given to that part of the Anglican liturgy for the communion, which precedes the consecration of the elements.

Antenniferous (a.) Bearing or having antennae.

Antepenultima (n.) The last syllable of a word except two, as -syl- in monosyllable.

Antheriferous (a.) Producing anthers, as plants.

Antheriferous (a.) Supporting anthers, as a part of a flower.

Antherogenous (a.) Transformed from anthers, as the petals of a double flower.

Anthobranchia (n. pl.) A division of nudibranchiate Mollusca, in which the gills form a wreath or cluster upon the posterior part of the back. See Nudibranchiata, and Doris.

Anthophyllite (n.) A mineral of the hornblende group, of a yellowish gray or clove brown color.

Anthracomancy (n.) Divination by inspecting a burning coal.

Anthracometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the amount of carbonic acid in a mixture.

Anthraquinone (n.) A hydrocarbon, C6H4.C2O2.C6H4, subliming in shining yellow needles. It is obtained by oxidation of anthracene.

Anthropogenic (a.) Of or pertaining to anthropogeny.

Anthropolatry (n.) Man worship.

Anthropologic (a.) Alt. of Anthropological

Anthropomancy (n.) Divination by the entrails of human being.

Anthropometry (n.) Measurement of the height and other dimensions of human beings, especially at different ages, or in different races, occupations, etc.

Anthropopathy (n.) The ascription of human feelings or passions to God, or to a polytheistic deity.

Anthropophagi (n. pl.) Man eaters; cannibals.

Anthropophagy (n.) The eating of human flesh; cannibalism.

Anthroposcopy (n.) The art of discovering or judging of a man's character, passions. and inclinations from a study of his visible features.

Anthroposophy (n.) Knowledge of the nature of man; hence, human wisdom.

Anti-American (a.) Opposed to the Americans, their aims, or interests, or to the genius of American institutions.

Antiasthmatic (a. & n.) Same as Antasthmatic.

Antiattrition (n.) Anything to prevent the effects of friction, esp. a compound lubricant for machinery, etc., often consisting of plumbago, with some greasy material; antifriction grease.

Anticatarrhal (a.) Efficacious against catarrh.

Anticatarrhal (n.) An anticatarrhal remedy.

Antichristian (a.) Opposed to the Christian religion.

Antichronical (a.) Deviating from the proper order of time.

Anticlinorium (n.) The upward elevation of the crust of the earth, resulting from a geanticlinal.

Antiephialtic (a. & n.) Same as Antephialtic.

Antiepileptic (a. & n.) Same as Antepileptic.

Anti-Gallican (a.) Opposed to what is Gallic or French.

Antilibration (n.) A balancing; equipoise.

Antilogarithm (n.) The number corresponding to a logarithm. The word has been sometimes, though rarely, used to denote the complement of a given logarithm; also the logarithmic cosine corresponding to a given logarithmic sine.

Antimonarchic () Alt. of Antimonarchical

Antinephritic (a.) Counteracting, or deemed of use in, diseases of the kidneys.

Antinephritic (n.) An antinephritic remedy.

Antinomianism (n.) The tenets or practice of Antinomians.

Antiparallels (n. pl.) Straight

Antiparalytic (a.) Good against paralysis.

Antiparalytic (n.) A medicine for paralysis.

Antiquateness (n.) Antiquatedness.

Antiquitarian (n.) An admirer of antiquity. [Used by Milton in a disparaging sense.]

Antiscorbutic (a.) Counteracting scurvy.

Antiscorbutic (n.) A remedy for scurvy.

Antisocialist (n.) One opposed to the doctrines and practices of socialists or socialism.

Antispasmodic (a.) Good against spasms.

Antispasmodic (n.) A medicine which prevents or allays spasms or convulsions.

Antisplenetic (a.) Good as a remedy against disease of the spleen.

Antisplenetic (n.) An antisplenetic medicine.

Antistrumatic (a.) Antistrumous.

Antistrumatic (n.) A medicine for scrofula.

Antivaccinist (n.) One opposed to vaccination.

Antivariolous (a.) Preventing the contagion of smallpox.

Anythingarian (n.) One who holds to no particular creed or dogma.

Enaliosaurian (a.) Pertaining to the Enaliosauria.

Enaliosaurian (n.) One of the Enaliosauria.

Enantiopathic (a.) Serving to palliate; palliative.

Encapsulation (n.) The act of inclosing in a capsule; the growth of a membrane around (any part) so as to inclose it in a capsule.

Encephalocele (n.) Hernia of the brain.

Encephalology (n.) The science which treats of the brain, its structure and functions.

Encephalotomy (n.) The act or art of dissecting the brain.

Encomiastical (a.) Bestowing praise; praising; eulogistic; laudatory; as, an encomiastic address or discourse.

Encompassment (n.) The act of surrounding, or the state of being surrounded; circumvention.

Encouragement (n.) The act of encouraging; incitement to action or to practice; as, the encouragement of youth in generosity.

Encouragement (n.) That which serves to incite, support, promote, or advance, as favor, countenance, reward, etc.; incentive; increase of confidence; as, the fine arts find little encouragement among a rude people.

Encroachingly (adv.) By way of encroachment.

Encyclopaedia (n.) The circle of arts and sciences; a comprehensive summary of knowledge, or of a branch of knowledge; esp., a work in which the various branches of science or art are discussed separately, and usually in alphabetical order; a cyclopedia.

Encyclopedian (a.) Embracing the whole circle of learning, or a wide range of subjects.

Encyclopedism (n.) The art of writing or compiling encyclopedias; also, possession of the whole range of knowledge; encyclopedic learning.

Encyclopedist (n.) The compiler of an encyclopedia, or one who assists in such compilation; also, one whose knowledge embraces the whole range of the sciences.

Endolymphatic (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, endolymph; as, the endolymphatic duct.

Endolymphatic (a.) Within a lymphatic vessel; endolymphangial.

Endosmometric (a.) Pertaining to, or designed for, the measurement of endosmotic action.

Enfranchising (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Enfranchise

Enigmatically (adv.) Darkly; obscurely.

Enlightenment (n.) Act of enlightening, or the state of being enlightened or instructed.

Enneapetalous (a.) Having nine petals, or flower leaves.

Enneaspermous (a.) Having nine seeds; -- said of fruits.

Enravishingly (adv.) So as to throw into ecstasy.

Enteropneusta (n. pl.) A group of wormlike invertebrates having, along the sides of the body, branchial openings for the branchial sacs, which are formed by diverticula of the alimentary canal. Balanoglossus is the only known genus. See Illustration in Appendix.

Enterorrhaphy (n.) The operation of sewing up a rent in the intestinal canal.

Enterparlance (n.) Mutual talk or conversation; conference.

Entertainment (n.) The act of receiving as host, or of amusing, admitting, or cherishing; hospitable reception; also, reception or treatment, in general.

Entertainment (n.) That which entertains, or with which one is entertained; as: (a) Hospitality; hospitable provision for the wants of a guest; especially, provision for the table; a hospitable repast; a feast; a formal or elegant meal. (b) That which engages the attention agreeably, amuses or diverts, whether in private, as by conversation, etc., or in public, by performances of some kind; amusement.

Entertainment (n.) Admission into service; service.

Entertainment (n.) Payment of soldiers or servants; wages.

Enthelminthes (n. pl.) Intestinal worms. See Helminthes.

Entobronchium (n.) One of the main bronchi in the lungs of birds.

Entocuneiform (n.) Alt. of Entocuniform

Entomological (a.) Of or relating to entomology.

Entomophagous (a.) Feeding on insects; insectivorous.

Entomophilous (a.) Fertilized by the agency of insects; -- said of plants in which the pollen is carried to the stigma by insects.

Entomostracan (a.) Relating to the Entomostraca.

Entomostracan (n.) One of the Entomostraca.

Entortilation (n.) A turning into a circle; round figures.

Entosthoblast (n.) The granule within the nucleolus or entoblast of a nucleated cell.

Entozoologist (n.) One versed in the science of the Entozoa.

Gnathastegite (n.) One of a pair of broad plates, developed from the outer maxillipeds of crabs, and forming a cover for the other mouth organs.

Inacquiescent (a.) Not acquiescent or acquiescing.

Inaffectation (n.) Freedom from affectation; naturalness.

Inanimateness (n.) The quality or state of being inanimate.

Inapplication (n.) Want of application, attention, or diligence; negligence; indolence.

Inappreciable (a.) Not appreciable; too small to be perceived; incapable of being duly valued or estimated.

Inappropriate (a.) Not instrument (to); not appropriate; unbecoming; unsuitable; not specially fitted; -- followed by to or for.

Inarticulated (a.) Not articulated; not jointed or connected by a joint.

Incandescence (n.) A white heat, or the glowing or luminous whiteness of a body caused by intense heat.

Incapableness (n.) The quality or state of being incapable; incapability.

Incapacitated (imp. & p. p.) of Incapacitate

Incapsulation (n.) The process of becoming, or the state or condition of being, incapsulated; as, incapsulation of the ovum in the uterus.

Incarcerating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Incarcerate

Incarceration (n.) The act of confining, or the state of being confined; imprisonment.

Incarceration (n.) Formerly, strangulation, as in hernia.

Incarceration (n.) A constriction of the hernial sac, rendering it irreducible, but not great enough to cause strangulation.

Incastellated (a.) Confined or inclosed in a castle.

Incircumspect (a.) Not circumspect; heedless; careless; reckless; impolitic.

Incito-motory (a.) Incitomotor.

Inclinnometer (n.) An apparatus to determine the inclination of the earth's magnetic force to the plane of the horizon; -- called also inclination compass, and dip circle.

Incoalescence (n.) The state of not coalescing.

Incoexistence (n.) The state of not coexisting.

Incognoscible (a.) Incognizable.

Incoincidence (n.) The quality of being incoincident; want of coincidence.

Incombustible (a.) Not combustible; not capable of being burned, decomposed, or consumed by fire; uninflammable; as, asbestus is an incombustible substance; carbon dioxide is an incombustible gas.

Incommiscible (a.) Not commiscible; not mixable.

Incommodating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Incommodate

Incommodation (n.) The state of being incommoded; inconvenience.

Incommodement (n.) The act of incommoded.

Incommodities (pl. ) of Incommodity

Incompetently (adv.) In an competent manner; inadequately; unsuitably.

Incompossible (a.) Not capable of joint existence; incompatible; inconsistent.

Incomprehense (a.) Incomprehensible.

Inconcealable (a.) Not concealable.

Inconceivable (a.) Not conceivable; incapable of being conceived by the mind; not explicable by the human intellect, or by any known principles or agencies; incomprehensible; as, it is inconceivable to us how the will acts in producing muscular motion.

Inconceptible (a.) Inconceivable.

Inconcussible (a.) Not concussible; that cannot be shaken.

Incondensable (a.) Alt. of Incondensible

Incondensible (a.) Not condensable; incapable of being made more dense or compact, or reduced to liquid form.

Inconditional (a.) Unconditional.

Inconformable (a.) Unconformable.

Incongealable (a.) Not congealable; incapable of being congealed.

Incongruities (pl. ) of Incongruity

Inconsequence (n.) The quality or state of being inconsequent; want of just or logical inference or argument; inconclusiveness.

Inconsideracy (n.) Inconsiderateness; thoughtlessness.

Inconsiderate (a.) Not considerate; not attentive to safety or to propriety; not regarding the rights or feelings of others; hasty; careless; thoughtless; heedless; as, the young are generally inconsiderate; inconsiderate conduct.

Inconsiderate (a.) Inconsiderable.

Inconsistence (n.) Inconsistency.

Inconsistency (n.) The quality or state of being inconsistent; discordance in respect to sentiment or action; such contrariety between two things that both can not exist or be true together; disagreement; incompatibility.

Inconsistency (n.) Absurdity in argument ore narration; incoherence or irreconcilability in the parts of a statement, argument, or narration; that which is inconsistent.

Inconsistency (n.) Want of stability or uniformity; unsteadiness; changeableness; variableness.

Inconspicuous (a.) Not conspicuous or noticeable; hardly discernible.

Incontaminate (a.) Not contaminated; pure.

Incontestable (a.) Not contestable; not to be disputed; that cannot be called in question or controverted; incontrovertible; indisputable; as, incontestable evidence, truth, or facts.

Incontinently (adv.) In an incontinent manner; without restraint, or without due restraint; -- used esp. of the passions or appetites.

Incontinently (adv.) Immediately; at once; forthwith.

Inconvenience (n.) The quality or condition of being inconvenient; want of convenience; unfitness; unsuitableness; inexpediency; awkwardness; as, the inconvenience of the arrangement.

Inconvenience (n.) That which gives trouble, embarrassment, or uneasiness; disadvantage; anything that disturbs quiet, impedes prosperity, or increases the difficulty of action or success; as, one inconvenience of life is poverty.

Inconvenience (v. t.) To put to inconvenience; to incommode; as, to inconvenience a neighbor.

Inconveniency (n.) Inconvenience.

Inconversable (a.) Incommunicative; unsocial; reserved.

Inconvertible (a.) Not convertible; not capable of being transmuted, changed into, or exchanged for, something else; as, one metal is inconvertible into another; bank notes are sometimes inconvertible into specie.

Inconvertibly (adv.) In an inconvertible manner.

Inconvincible (a.) Not convincible; incapable of being convinced.

Inconvincibly (adv.) In a manner not admitting of being convinced.

Incorporality (n.) Incorporeality.

Incorporating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Incorporate

Incorporation (n.) The act of incorporating, or the state of being incorporated.

Incorporation (n.) The union of different ingredients in one mass; mixture; combination; synthesis.

Incorporation (n.) The union of something with a body already existing; association; intimate union; assimilation; as, the incorporation of conquered countries into the Roman republic.

Incorporation (n.) The act of creating a corporation.

Incorporation (n.) A body incorporated; a corporation.

Incorporative (a.) Incorporating or tending to incorporate; as, the incorporative languages (as of the Basques, North American Indians, etc. ) which run a whole phrase into one word.

Incorporeally (adv.) In an incorporeal manner.

Incorrectness (n.) The quality of being incorrect; want of conformity to truth or to a standard; inaccuracy; inexactness; as incorrectness may in defect or in redundance.

Incorruptible (a.) Not corruptible; incapable of corruption, decay, or dissolution; as, gold is incorruptible.

Incorruptible (a.) Incapable of being bribed or morally corrupted; inflexibly just and upright.

Incorruptible (n.) One of a religious sect which arose in Alexandria, in the reign of the Emperor Justinian, and which believed that the body of Christ was incorruptible, and that he suffered hunger, thirst, pain, only in appearance.

Incorruptible (n.) The quality or state of being incorruptible.

Incorruptibly (adv.) In an incorruptible manner.

Incorruptness (n.) Freedom or exemption from decay or corruption.

Incorruptness (n.) Probity; integrity; honesty.

Incredibility (n.) The quality or state of being incredible; incredibleness.

Incredibility (n.) That which is incredible.

Incredulously (adv.) In an incredulous manner; with incredulity.

Incriminating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Incriminate

Incrimination (n.) The act of incriminating; crimination.

Incriminatory (a.) Of or pertaining to crimination; tending to incriminate; criminatory.

Incultivation (n.) Want of cultivation.

Incurableness (n.) The state of being incurable; incurability.

Incuriousness (n.) Unconcernedness; incuriosity.

Indefatigable (a.) Incapable of being fatigued; not readily exhausted; unremitting in labor or effort; untiring; unwearying; not yielding to fatigue; as, indefatigable exertions, perseverance, application.

Indefatigably (adv.) Without weariness; without yielding to fatigue; persistently.

Indeliberated (a.) Indeliberate.

Independently (adv.) In an independent manner; without control.

Indescribable (a.) Incapable of being described.

Indescriptive (a.) Not descriptive.

Indeterminate (a.) Not determinate; not certain or fixed; indefinite; not precise; as, an indeterminate number of years.

Indevirginate (a.) Not devirginate.

Indifferently (adv.) In an indifferent manner; without distinction or preference; impartially; without concern, wish, affection, or aversion; tolerably; passably.

Indiscernible (a.) Not to be discerned; imperceptible; not discoverable or visible.

Indiscerpible (a.) Alt. of Indiscerptible

Indispensable (a.) Not dispensable; impossible to be omitted, remitted, or spared; absolutely necessary or requisite.

Indispensable (a.) Not admitting dispensation; not subject to release or exemption.

Indispensable (a.) Unavoidable; inevitable.

Indispensably (adv.) In an indispensable manner.

Indisposition (n.) The state of being indisposed; disinclination; as, the indisposition of two substances to combine.

Indisposition (n.) A slight disorder or illness.

Indissolvable (a.) Not dissolvable; incapable of being dissolved or separated; incapable o/ separation; perpetually firm and binding; indissoluble; as, an indissolvable bond of union.

Indistinction (n.) Want of distinction or distinguishableness; confusion; uncertainty; indiscrimination.

Indistinctive (a.) Having nothing distinctive; common.

Indisturbance (n.) Freedom from disturbance; calmness; repose; apathy; indifference.

Individualism (n.) The quality of being individual; individuality; personality.

Individualism (n.) An excessive or exclusive regard to one's personal interest; self-interest; selfishness.

Individuality (n.) The quality or state of being individual or constituting an individual; separate or distinct existence; oneness; unity.

Individuality (n.) The character or property appropriate or peculiar to an individual; that quality which distinguishes one person or thing from another; the sum of characteristic traits; distinctive character; as, he is a person of marked individuality.

Individualize (v. t.) The mark as an individual, or to distinguish from others by peculiar properties; to invest with individuality.

Individuating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Individuate

Individuation (n.) The act of individuating or state of being individuated; individualization.

Indoctrinated (imp. & p. p.) of Indoctrinate

Indo-European (a.) Aryan; -- applied to the languages of India and Europe which are derived from the prehistoric Aryan language; also, pertaining to the people or nations who speak these languages; as, the Indo-European or Aryan family.

Indo-Germanic (a.) Same as Aryan, and Indo-European.

Indo-Germanic (a.) Pertaining to or denoting the Teutonic family of languages as related to the Sanskrit, or derived from the ancient Aryan language.

Induplicative (a.) Having induplicate sepals or petals in aestivation.

Induplicative (a.) Having induplicate leaves in vernation.

Industrialism (n.) Devotion to industrial pursuits; labor; industry.

Industrialism (n.) The principles or policy applicable to industrial pursuits or organized labor.

Ineffableness (n.) The quality or state of being ineffable or unutterable; unspeakableness.

Ineffectively (adv.) In an ineffective manner; without effect; inefficiently; ineffectually.

Ineffectually (adv.) Without effect; in vain.

Inefficacious (a.) Not efficacious; not having power to produce the effect desired; inadequate; incompetent; inefficient; impotent.

Inefficiently (adv.) In an inefficient manner.

Ineligibility (n.) The state or quality of being ineligible.

Inequidistant (a.) Not equally distant; not equidistant.

Inequilateral (a.) Having unequal sides; unsymmetrical; unequal-sided.

Inequilateral (a.) Having the two ends unequal, as in the clam, quahaug, and most lamellibranch shells.

Inergetically (adv.) Without energy.

Inerrableness (n.) Exemption from error; inerrability; infallibility.

Inevitability (n.) Impossibility to be avoided or shunned; inevitableness.

Inexhaustedly (adv.) Without exhaustion.

Inexhaustible (a.) Incapable of being exhausted, emptied, or used up; unfailing; not to be wasted or spent; as, inexhaustible stores of provisions; an inexhaustible stock of elegant words.

Inexorability (n.) The quality of being inexorable, or unyielding to entreaty.

Inexpectation (n.) Absence of expectation.

Inexpediently (adv.) Not expediently; unfitly.

Inexperienced (a.) Not having experience unskilled.

Inexplainable (a.) Incapable of being explained; inexplicable.

Inexpressible (a.) Not capable of expression or utterance in language; ineffable; unspeakable; indescribable; unutterable; as, inexpressible grief or pleasure.

Inexpressibly (adv.) In an inexpressible manner or degree; unspeakably; unutterably.

Inexsuperable (a.) Not capable of being passed over; insuperable; insurmountable.

Inextinguible (a.) Inextinguishable.

Infallibilist (n.) One who accepts or maintains the dogma of papal infallibility.

Infallibility (n.) The quality or state of being infallible, or exempt from error; inerrability.

Infashionable (a.) Unfashionable.

Infeasibility (n.) The state of being infeasible; impracticability.

Inferentially (adv.) By way of inference.

Infinitesimal (a.) Infinitely or indefinitely small; less than any assignable quantity or value; very small.

Infinitesimal (n.) An infinitely small quantity; that which is less than any assignable quantity.

Inflexibility (n.) The quality or state of being inflexible, or not capable of being bent or changed; unyielding stiffness; inflexibleness; rigidity; firmness of will or purpose; unbending pertinacity; steadfastness; resoluteness; unchangeableness; obstinacy.

Inflorescence (n.) A flowering; the putting forth and unfolding of blossoms.

Inflorescence (n.) The mode of flowering, or the general arrangement and disposition of the flowers with reference to the axis, and to each other.

Inflorescence (n.) An axis on which all the flower buds.

Influentially (adv.) In an influential manner.

Informalities (pl. ) of Informality

Inframarginal (a.) Below the margin; submarginal; as, an inframarginal convolution of the brain.

Infraposition (n.) A situation or position beneath.

Infrascapular (a.) Beneath the scapula, or shoulder blade; subscapular.

Infratemporal (a.) Below the temple; below the temporal bone.

Infrigidation (n.) The act of chilling or causing to become cold; a chilling; coldness; congelation.

Infrugiferous (a.) Not bearing fruit; not fructiferous.

Infundibulate (a.) Having the form of a funnel; pertaining to an infundibulum.

Infundibulums (pl. ) of Infundibulum

Infusibleness (n.) Infusibility.

Ingeniousness (n.) The quality or state of being ingenious; ingenuity.

Ingenuousness (n.) The state or quality of being ingenuous; openness of heart; frankness.

Ingenuousness (n.) Ingenuity.

Ingravidation (n.) The state of being pregnant or impregnated.

Ingurgitation (n.) The act of swallowing greedily or immoderately; that which is so swallowed.

Inhospitality (n.) The quality or state of being inhospitable; inhospitableness; lack of hospitality.

Inimitability (n.) The quality or state of being inimitable; inimitableness.

Injudiciously (adv.) In an injudicious manner.

Injuriousness (n.) The quality of being injurious or hurtful; harmfulness; injury.

Innovationist (n.) One who favors innovation.

Inobservation (n.) Neglect or want of observation.

Inoculability (n.) The qual ity or state of being inoculable.

Inofficiously (adv.) Not-officiously.

Inopportunely (adv.) Not opportunely; unseasonably; inconveniently.

Inopportunity (n.) Want of opportunity; unseasonableness; inconvenience.

Inorganically (adv.) In an inorganic manner.

Inorthography (n.) Deviation from correct orthography; bad spelling.

Inquisitional (a.) Relating to inquiry or inquisition; inquisitorial; also, of or pertaining to, or characteristic of, the Inquisition.

Inquisitively (adv.) In an inquisitive manner.

Inquisitorial (a.) Pertaining to inquisition; making rigorous and unfriendly inquiry; searching; as, inquisitorial power.

Inquisitorial (a.) Pertaining to the Court of Inquisition or resembling its practices.

Inregistering (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Inregister

Insanableness (n.) The state of being insanable; insanability; incurableness.

Insatiability (n.) The state or quality of being insatiable; insatiableness.

Insatiateness (n.) The state of being insatiate.

Insectivorous (a.) Feeding or subsisting on insects; carnivorous.

Insectivorous (a.) plants which have some special adaptation for catching and digesting insects, as the sundew, Venus's flytrap, Sarracenia, etc.

Insectivorous (a.) the Insectivora, and to many bats, birds, and reptiles.

Insensibility (n.) The state or quality of being insensible; want of sensibility; torpor; unconsciousness; as, the insensibility produced by a fall, or by opiates.

Insensibility (n.) Want of tenderness or susceptibility of emotion or passion; dullness; stupidity.

Insignificant (a.) Not significant; void of signification, sense, or import; meaningless; as, insignificant words.

Insignificant (a.) Having no weight or effect; answering no purpose; unimportant; valueless; futile.

Insignificant (a.) Without weight of character or social standing; mean; contemptible; as, an insignificant person.

Insinuatingly (adv.) By insinuation.

Insociability (n.) The quality of being insociable; want of sociability; unsociability.

Insolubleness (n.) The quality or state of being insoluble; insolubility.

Inspectorship (n.) The office of an inspector.

Inspectorship (n.) The district embraced by an inspector's jurisdiction.

Inspirational (a.) Pertaining to inspiration.

Instabilities (pl. ) of Instability

Instantaneity (n.) Quality of being instantaneous.

Instantaneous (a.) Done or occurring in an instant, or without any perceptible duration of time; as, the passage of electricity appears to be instantaneous.

Instantaneous (a.) At or during a given instant; as, instantaneous acceleration, velocity, etc.

Instigatingly (adv.) Incitingly; temptingly.

Instilllatory (a.) Belonging to instillation.

Instimulation (n.) Stimulation.

Instinctively (adv.) In an instinctive manner; by force of instinct; by natural impulse.

Instinctivity (n.) The quality of being instinctive, or prompted by instinct.

Institutional (a.) Pertaining to, or treating of, institutions; as, institutional legends.

Institutional (a.) Instituted by authority.

Institutional (a.) Elementary; rudimental.

Institutively (adv.) In conformity with an institution.

Instructional (a.) Pertaining to, or promoting, instruction; educational.

Instrumentary (a.) Instrumental.

Instrumentist (n.) A performer on a musical instrument; an instrumentalist.

Insubmergible (a.) Not capable of being submerged; buoyant.

Insubordinate (a.) Not submitting to authority; disobedient; rebellious; mutinous.

Insubstantial (a.) Unsubstantial; not real or strong.

Insufficience (n.) Insufficiency.

Insufficiency (n.) The quality or state of being insufficient; want of sufficiency; deficiency; inadequateness; as, the insufficiency of provisions, of an excuse, etc.

Insufficiency (n.) Want of power or skill; inability; incapacity; incompetency; as, the insufficiency of a man for an office.

Insupportable (a.) Incapable of being supported or borne; unendurable; insufferable; intolerable; as, insupportable burdens; insupportable pain.

Insuppressive (a.) Insuppressible.

Insusceptible (a.) Not susceptible; not capable of being moved, affected, or impressed; that can not feel, receive, or admit; as, a limb insusceptible of pain; a heart insusceptible of pity; a mind insusceptible to flattery.

Insusurration (n.) The act of whispering into something.

Intangibility (n.) The quality or state of being intangible; intangibleness.

Integrability (n.) The quality of being integrable.

Integumentary (n.) Belonging to, or composed of, integuments.

Intelligencer (n.) One who, or that which, sends or conveys intelligence or news; a messenger.

Intelligently (adv.) In an intelligent manner; with intelligence.

Intemperately (adv.) In an intemperate manner; immoderately; excessively; without restraint.

Intemperature (n.) Intemperateness.

Intensiveness (n.) The quality or state of being intensive; intensity.

Intentionally (adv.) In an intentional manner; with intention; by design; of purpose.

Intentiveness (n.) Closeness of attention or application of mind; attentiveness.

Interadditive (a.) Added or placed between the parts of another thing, as a clause inserted parenthetically in a sentence.

Interalveolar (a.) Between alveoli; as, the interalveolar septa between adjacent air cells in the lungs.

Interaxillary (a.) Situated within or between the axils of leaves.

Interbrachial (a.) Between the arms.

Intercalating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Intercalate

Intercalation (n.) The insertion of a day, or other portion of time, in a calendar.

Intercalation (n.) The insertion or introduction of anything among others, as the insertion of a phrase,

Intercellular (a.) Lying between cells or cellules; as, intercellular substance, space, or fluids; intercellular blood channels.

Interchaining (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Interchain

Interchanging (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Interchange

Interclavicle (n.) See Episternum.

Intercolonial (a.) Between or among colonies; pertaining to the intercourse or mutual relations of colonies; as, intercolonial trade.

Intercolumnar (a.) Between columns or pillars; as, the intercolumnar fibers of Poupart's ligament; an intercolumnar statue.

Intercommoned (imp. & p. p.) of Intercommon

Intercommuned (imp. & p. p.) of Intercommune

Intercondylar (a.) Alt. of Intercondyloid

Intercrossing (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Intercross

Intercurrence (n.) A passing or running between; occurrence.

Interdigitate (v. t.) To interweave.

Interdigitate (v. i.) To interlock, as the fingers of two hands that are joined; to be interwoven; to commingle.

Interepimeral (a.) Between the epimeral plates of insects and crustaceans.

Interestingly (adv.) In an interesting manner.

Interferingly (adv.) By or with interference.

Interglobular (a.) Between globules; -- applied esp. to certain small spaces, surrounded by minute globules, in dentine.

Interjaculate (v. t.) To ejaculate parenthetically.

Interjunction (n.) A mutual joining.

Interlacement (n.) The act of interlacing, or the state of being interlaced; also, that which is interlaced.

Interlamellar (a.) Alt. of Interlaminar

Interlocation (n.) A placing or coming between; interposition.

Interlocution (n.) Interchange of speech; dialogue; conversation; conference.

Interlocution (n.) An intermediate act or decree before final decision.

Interlocution (n.) Hence, intermediate argument or discussion.

Interlocutory (a.) Consisting of, or having the nature of, dialogue; conversational.

Interlocutory (a.) Intermediate; not final or definitive; made or done during the progress of an action.

Interlocutory (n.) Interpolated discussion or dialogue.

Interlucation (n.) Act of thinning a wood to let in light.

Intermarriage (n.) Connection by marriage; reciprocal marriage; giving and taking in marriage, as between two families, tribes, castes, or nations.

Intermaxillae (pl. ) of Intermaxilla

Intermeddling (n.) The act of improperly interfering.

Intermediator (n.) A mediator.

Intermication (n.) A shining between or among.

Intermination (n.) A menace or threat.

Intermittence (n.) Act or state of intermitting; intermission.

Intermobility (n.) Capacity of things to move among each other; as, the intermobility of fluid particles.

Intermuscular (a.) Between muscles; as, intermuscular septa.

Intermutation (n.) Interchange; mutual or reciprocal change.

International (a.) Between or among nations; pertaining to the intercourse of nations; participated in by two or more nations; common to, or affecting, two or more nations.

International (a.) Of or concerning the association called the International.

International (n.) The International; an abbreviated from of the title of the International Workingmen's Association, the name of an association, formed in London in 1864, which has for object the promotion of the interests of the industrial classes of all nations.

International (n.) A member of the International Association.

Internunciess (n.) A female messenger.

Interpercular (a.) Of or pertaining to the interoperculum.

Interpercular (n.) The interopercular bone.

Interosculant (a.) Mutually touching or intersecting; as, interosculant circles.

Interosculant (a.) Uniting two groups; -- said of certain genera which connect family groups, or of species that connect genera. See Osculant.

Interosculate (v. i. & t.) To kiss together to touch. See Osculate.

Interosculate (v. i. & t.) To have the character of, or to lie between, two distinct groups.

Interparietal (a.) Between the parietal bones or cartilages; as, the interparietal suture.

Interparietal (n.) The interparietal bone or cartilage.

Interpetalary (a.) Between the petals of a flower.

Interpetiolar (a.) Being between petioles. Cf. Intrapetiolar.

Interpilaster (n.) The interval or space between two pilasters.

Interpolating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Interpolate

Interpolation (n.) The act of introducing or inserting anything, especially that which is spurious or foreign.

Interpolation (n.) That which is introduced or inserted, especially something foreign or spurious.

Interpolation (n.) The method or operation of finding from a few given terms of a series, as of numbers or observations, other intermediate terms in conformity with the law of the series.

Interposition (n.) The act of interposing, or the state of being interposed; a being, placing, or coming between; mediation.

Interposition (n.) The thing interposed.

Interpretable (a.) Admitting of interpretation; capable of being interpreted or explained.

Interpunction (n.) The insertion of points between word or sentences; punctuation.

Interrelation (n.) Mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation.

Interrogating (imp. & p. p.) of Interrogate

Interrogation (n.) The act of interrogating or questioning; examination by questions; inquiry.

Interrogation (n.) A question put; an inquiry.

Interrogation (n.) A point, mark, or sign, thus [?], indicating that the sentence with which it is connected is a question. It is used to express doubt, or to mark a query. Called also interrogation point.

Interrogative (a.) Denoting a question; expressed in the form of a question; as, an interrogative sentence; an interrogative pronoun.

Interrogative (n.) A word used in asking questions; as, who? which? why?

Interrogatory (n.) A formal question or inquiry; esp. (Law), a question asked in writing.

Interrogatory (a.) Containing, expressing, or implying a question; as, an interrogatory sentence.

Interruptedly (adv.) With breaks or interruptions; discontinuously.

Interscapular (a.) Between the scapulae or shoulder blades.

Interscapular (a.) Pertaining to the upper back, or the part between the shoulders; as, the interscapular feathers.

Interscendent (a.) Having exponents which are radical quantities; -- said of certain powers; as, xA2, or xAa.

Interscinding (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Interscind

Interscribing (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Interscribe

Interseminate (v. t.) To sow between or among.

Interserttion (n.) The act of interserting, or that which is interserted.

Intersesamoid (a.) Between sesamoid bones; as, intersesamoid ligaments.

Intersidereal (a.) Between or among constellations or stars; interstellar.

Intersomnious (a.) Between the times of sleeping; in an interval of wakefulness.

Interspersing (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Intersperse

Interspersion (n.) The act of interspersing, or the state of being interspersed.

Interstellary (a.) Interstellar.

Interstratify (v. t.) To put or insert between other strata.

Interthoracic (a.) In the thorax.

Intertropical (a.) Situated between or within the tropics.

Interungulate (a.) Between ungulae; as, interungular glands.

Intervenience (n.) Alt. of Interveniency

Interveniency (n.) Intervention; interposition.

Intervolution (n.) The state of being intervolved or coiled up; a convolution; as, the intervolutions of a snake.

Intraaxillary (a.) Situated below the point where a leaf joins the stem.

Intracellular (a.) Within a cell; as, the intracellular movements seen in the pigment cells, the salivary cells, and in the protoplasm of some vegetable cells.

Intramarginal (a.) Situated within the margin.

Intranscalent (a.) Impervious to heat; adiathermic.

Intraparietal (a.) Situated or occurring within an inclosure; shut off from public sight; private; secluded; retired.

Intrapetiolar (a.) Situated between the petiole and the stem; -- said of the pair of stipules at the base of a petiole when united by those margins next the petiole, thus seeming to form a single stipule between the petiole and the stem or branch; -- often confounded with interpetiolar, from which it differs essentially in meaning.

Intrathoracic (a.) Within the thora/ or chest.

Intratropical (a.) Within the tropics.

Intravalvular (a.) Between valves.

Intricateness (n.) The state or quality of being intricate; intricacy.

Intrinsically (adv.) Internally; in its nature; essentially; really; truly.

Introducement (n.) Introduction.

Introductress (n.) A female introducer.

Introgression (n.) The act of going in; entrance.

Intropression (n.) Pressure acting within.

Introspection (n.) A view of the inside or interior; a looking inward; specifically, the act or process of self-examination, or inspection of one's own thoughts and feelings; the cognition which the mind has of its own acts and states; self-consciousness; reflection.

Introspective (a.) Inspecting within; seeing inwardly; capable of, or exercising, inspection; self-conscious.

Introspective (a.) Involving the act or results of conscious knowledge of physical phenomena; -- contrasted with associational.

Inturbidating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Inturbidate

Inturgescence (n.) A swelling; the act of swelling, or state of being swelled.

Invariability (n.) The quality of being invariable; invariableness; constancy; uniformity.

Invendibility (n.) The quality of being invendible; invendibleness; unsalableness.

Invertebrated (a.) Having no backbone; invertebrate.

Investigating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Investigate

Investigation (n.) The act of investigating; the process of inquiring into or following up; research; study; inquiry, esp. patient or thorough inquiry or examination; as, the investigations of the philosopher and the mathematician; the investigations of the judge, the moralist.

Investigative (a.) Given to investigation; inquisitive; curious; searching.

Invincibility (n.) The quality or state of being invincible; invincibleness.

Inviolability (n.) The quality or state of being inviolable; inviolableness.

Inviscerating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Inviscerate

Invisibleness (n.) The quality or state of being invisible; invisibility.

Invitrifiable (a.) Not admitting of being vitrified, or converted into glass.

Involucellate (a.) Furnished with involucels.

Involuntarily (adv.) In an involuntary manner; not voluntarily; not intentionally or willingly.

Knee-crooking (a.) Obsequious; fawning; cringing.

Knickknackery (n.) Knickknacks.

Knight-errant (n.) A wandering knight; a knight who traveled in search of adventures, for the purpose of exhibiting military skill, prowess, and generosity.

Knowa bleness (n.) The state or quality of being knowable.

Oneirocritics (n.) The art of interpreting dreams.

Oneiroscopist (n.) One who interprets dreams.

Onomatologist (n.) One versed in the history of names.

Onomatopoetic (a.) Of or pertaining to onomatopoeia; characterized by onomatopoeia; imitative; as, an onomatopoetic writer or word.

Ontologically (adv.) In an ontological manner.

Pneumatograph (n.) An instrument for recording the movements of the thorax or chest wall during respiration; -- also called stethograph.

Pneumatometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the amount of force exerted by the lungs in respiration.

Pneumatometry (n.) See Spirometry.

Pneumatophore (n.) One of the Pneumonophora.

Pneumogastric (a.) Of or pertaining to the lungs and the stomach.

Pneumogastric (n.) The pneumogastric nerve.

Pneumonometer (n.) A spirometer; a pneumometer.

Pneumonophora (n. pl.) The division of Siphonophora which includes the Physalia and allied genera; -- called also Pneumatophorae.

Pneumotherapy (n.) The treatment of disease by inhalations of compressed or rarefied air.

Unaccountable (a.) Not accountable or responsible; free from control.

Unaccountable (a.) Not to be accounted for; inexplicable; not consonant with reason or rule; strange; mysterious.

Unadulterated (a.) Not adulterated; pure.

Unappropriate (a.) Inappropriate; unsuitable.

Unappropriate (a.) Not appropriated.

Unappropriate (v. t.) To take from private possession; to restore to the possession or right of all; as, to unappropriate a monopoly.

Unbarricadoed (a.) Not obstructed by barricades; open; as, unbarricadoed streets.

Unbenevolence (n.) Absence or want of benevolence; ill will.

Uncertainties (pl. ) of Uncertainty

Unchristianly (a.) Unchristian.

Unchristianly (adv.) In an unchristian manner.

Uncircumcised (n.) Not circumcised; hence, not of the Israelites.

Uncomfortable (a.) Feeling discomfort; uneasy; as, to be uncomfortable on account of one's position.

Uncomfortable (a.) Causing discomfort; disagreeable; unpleasant; as, an uncomfortable seat or situation.

Unconceivable (a.) Inconceivable.

Unconcernment (n.) The state of being unconcerned, or of having no share or concern; unconcernedness.

Unconditional (a.) Not conditional limited, or conditioned; made without condition; absolute; unreserved; as, an unconditional surrender.

Unconditioned (a.) Not conditioned or subject to conditions; unconditional.

Unconditioned (a.) Not subject to condition or limitations; infinite; absolute; hence, inconceivable; incogitable.

Unconformable (a.) Not conformable; not agreeable; not conforming.

Unconformable (a.) Not conformable; not lying in a parallel position; as, unconformable strata.

Unconquerable (a.) Not conquerable; indomitable.

Unconsiderate (a.) Inconsiderate; heedless; careless.

Unconspicuous (a.) Inconspicuous.

Uncontestable (a.) Incontestable.

Uncorruptible (a.) Incorruptible.


Uncreatedness (n.) The quality or state of being uncreated.

Uncunningness (n.) Ignorance.

Undefatigable (a.) Indefatigable.

Underbuilding (n.) Same as Substruction.

Underclothing (n.) Same as Underclothes.

Underestimate (v. t.) To set to/ low a value on; to estimate below the truth.

Underestimate (n.) The act of underestimating; too low an estimate.

Under-garment (n.) A garment worn below another.

Undergraduate (n.) A member of a university or a college who has not taken his first degree; a student in any school who has not completed his course.

Undergraduate (a.) Of or pertaining to an undergraduate, or the body of undergraduates.

Underhandedly (adv.) In an underhand manner.

Underminister (v. t.) To serve, or minister to, in a subordinate relation.

Underministry (n.) A subordinate or inferior ministry.

Underniceness (n.) A want of niceness; indelicacy; impropriety.

Understanding (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Understand

Understanding (a.) Knowing; intelligent; skillful; as, he is an understanding man.

Understanding (n.) The act of one who understands a thing, in any sense of the verb; knowledge; discernment; comprehension; interpretation; explanation.

Understanding (n.) An agreement of opinion or feeling; adjustment of differences; harmony; anything mutually understood or agreed upon; as, to come to an understanding with another.

Understanding (n.) The power to understand; the intellectual faculty; the intelligence; the rational powers collectively conceived an designated; the higher capacities of the intellect; the power to distinguish truth from falsehood, and to adapt means to ends.

Understanding (n.) Specifically, the discursive faculty; the faculty of knowing by the medium or use of general conceptions or relations. In this sense it is contrasted with, and distinguished from, the reason.

Understrapper (n.) A petty fellow; an inferior agent; an underling.

Understratums (pl. ) of Understratum

Undestroyable (a.) Indestructible.

Undeterminate (a.) Nor determinate; not settled or certain; indeterminate.

Undispensable (a.) Indispensable.

Undispensable (a.) Unavoidable; inevitable.

Undispensable (a.) Not to be freed by dispensation.

Undistinctive (a.) Making no distinctions; not discriminating; impartial.

Undomesticate (v. t.) To make wild or roving.

Undulationist (n.) One who advocates the undulatory theory of light.

Unembarrassed (a.) Not embarrassed.

Unembarrassed (a.) Not perplexed in mind; not confused; as, the speaker appeared unembarrassed.

Unembarrassed (a.) Free from pecuniary difficulties or encumbrances; as, he and his property are unembarrassed.

Unembarrassed (a.) Free from perplexing connection; as, the question comes into court unembarrassed with irrelevant matter.

Unempirically (adv.) Not empirically; without experiment or experience.

Unessentially (adv.) In an unessential manner.

Unexhaustible (a.) Inexhaustible.

Unexpectation (n.) Absence of expectation; want of foresight.

Unexperienced (a.) Not experienced; being without experience; inexperienced.

Unexperienced (a.) Untried; -- applied to things.

Unexpressible (a.) Inexpressible.

Unforeseeable (a.) Incapable of being foreseen.

Unforeskinned (a.) Deprived of the foreskin; circumcised.

Unforgettable (a.) Not forgettable; enduring in memory.

Unibranchiate (a.) Having but one gill, as certain molluscs.

Uniflagellate (a.) Having but one flagellum; as, uniflagellate organisms.

Unimpeachable (a.) Not impeachable; not to be called in question; exempt from liability to accusation; free from stain, guilt, or fault; irreproachable; blameless; as, an unimpeachable reputation; unimpeachable testimony.

Uninfringible (a.) That may not be infringed; as, an uninfringible monopoly.

Unitarianized (imp. & p. p.) of Unitarianize

Universalties (pl. ) of Universality

Universalized (imp. & p. p.) of Universalize

Universalness (n.) The quality or state of being universal; universality.

Unoperculated (a.) Destitute of an operculum, or cover.

Unoriginately (adv.) Without origin.

Unpossibility (n.) Impossibility.

Unpracticable (a.) Impracticable; not feasible.

Unprecedented (a.) Having no precedent or example; not preceded by a like case; not having the authority of prior example; novel; new; unexampled.

Unproficiency (n.) Want of proficiency or improvement.

Unreformation (n.) Want of reformation; state of being unreformed.

Unregenerated (a.) Not regenerated; not renewed in heart; remaining or being at enmity with God.

Unremembrance (n.) Want of remembrance; forgetfulness.

Unremorseless (a.) Utterly remorseless.

Unreprievable (a.) Not capable of being reprieved.

Unresponsible (a.) Irresponsible.

Unsatiability (n.) Quality of being unsatiable; insatiability.

Unsoutcheoned (a.) Destitute of an escutcheon.

Unsettledness (n.) The quality or state of being unsettled.

Unsignificant (a.) Insignificant.

Unsociability (n.) The quality or state of being unsociable; unsociableness.

Unspecialized (a.) Not specialized; specifically (Biol.), not adapted, or set apart, for any particular purpose or function; as, an unspecialized unicellular organism.

Unspiritalize (v. t.) To deprive of spiritually.

Unsubstantial (a.) Lacking in matter or substance; visionary; chimerical.

Unsucceedable (a.) Not able or likely to succeed.

Unsufficience (n.) Alt. of Unsufficiency

Unsufficiency (n.) Insufficiency.

Unsupportable (a.) Insupportable; unendurable.

Unsymmetrical (a.) Wanting in symmetry, or due proportion pf parts.

Unsymmetrical (a.) Not symmetrical; being without symmetry, as the parts of a flower when similar parts are of different size and shape, or when the parts of successive circles differ in number. See Symmetry.

Unsymmetrical (a.) Being without symmetry of chemical structure or relation; as, an unsymmetrical carbon atom.

Untangibility (n.) Intangibility.

Untemperately (adv.) Intemperately.

Unthriftfully (adv.) Not thriftily.

Unthriftihead (n.) Alt. of Unthriftihood

Unthriftihood (n.) Untriftiness.

Unthriftiness (n.) The quality or state or being unthrifty; profuseness; lavishness.

Unwarrantable (a.) Not warrantable; indefensible; not vindicable; not justifiable; illegal; unjust; improper.

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Mark McCracken

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