14 letter words whose second letter is I

Bibliographies (pl. ) of Bibliography

Bibliomaniacal (a.) Pertaining to a passion for books; relating to a bibliomaniac.

Bibliopegistic (a.) Pertaining to the art of binding books.

Bibliopolistic (a.) Of or pertaining to bibliopolism.

Bidding prayer () The prayer for the souls of benefactors, said before the sermon.

Bidding prayer () The prayer before the sermon, with petitions for various specified classes of persons.

Bird's-nesting (n.) Hunting for, or taking, birds' nests or their contents.

Bismuthiferous (a.) Containing bismuth.

Bittor Bittour (n.) The bittern.

Bituminiferous (a.) Producing bitumen.

Bituminization (n.) The process of bituminizing.

Cinque-spotted (a.) Five-spotted.

Circulatorious (a.) Travelling from house to house or from town to town; itinerant.

Circumambiency (n.) The act of surrounding or encompassing.

Circumambulate (v. t.) To walk round about.

Circumbendibus (n.) A roundabout or indirect way.

Circumferentor (n.) A surveying instrument, for taking horizontal angles and bearings; a surveyor's compass. It consists of a compass whose needle plays over a circle graduated to 360!, and of a horizontal brass bar at the ends of which are standards with narrow slits for sighting, supported on a tripod by a ball and socket joint.

Circumferentor (n.) A graduated wheel for measuring tires; a tire circle.

Circumflecting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Circumflect

Circumflection (n.) See Circumflexion.

Circumforanean (a.) Alt. of Circumforaneous

Circumgyration (n.) The act of turning, rolling, or whirling round.

Circumgyratory (a.) Moving in a circle; turning round.

Circumlittoral (a.) Adjointing the shore.

Circumlocution (n.) The use of many words to express an idea that might be expressed by few; indirect or roundabout language; a periphrase.

Circumlocutory (a.) Characterised by circumlocution; periphrastic.

Circummeridian (a.) About, or near, the meridian.

Circumnavigate (v. t.) To sail completely round.

Circumnutation (n.) The successive bowing or bending in different directions of the growing tip of the stems of many plants, especially seen in climbing plants.

Circumposition (n.) The act of placing in a circle, or round about, or the state of being so placed.

Circumrotatory (a.) turning, rolling, or whirling round.

Circumrotation (n.) The act of rolling or revolving round, as a wheel; circumvolution; the state of being whirled round.

Circumscissile (a.) Dehiscing or opening by a transverse fissure extending around (a capsule or pod). See Illust. of Pyxidium.

Circumscribing (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Circumscribe

Circumscriptly (adv.) In a literal, limited, or narrow manner.

Circumspection (n.) Attention to all the facts and circumstances of a case; caution; watchfulness.

Circumspective (a.) Looking around every way; cautious; careful of consequences; watchful of danger.

Circumstantial (a.) Consisting in, or pertaining to, circumstances or particular incidents.

Circumstantial (a.) Incidental; relating to, but not essential.

Circumstantial (a.) Abounding with circumstances; detailing or exhibiting all the circumstances; minute; particular.

Circumstantial (n.) Something incidental to the main subject, but of less importance; opposed to an essential; -- generally in the plural; as, the circumstantials of religion.

Circumundulate (v. t.) To flow round, as waves.

Circumvolation (n.) The act of flying round.

Circumvolution (n.) The act of rolling round; the state of being rolled.

Circumvolution (n.) A thing rolled round another.

Circumvolution (n.) A roundabout procedure; a circumlocution.

Diaheliotropic (a.) Relating or, or manifesting, diaheliotropism.

Diamantiferous (a.) Yielding diamonds.

Diamond-shaped (a.) Shaped like a diamond or rhombus.

Diathermaneity (n.) The property of transmitting radiant heat; the quality of being diathermous.

Diathermometer (n.) An instrument for examining the thermal resistance or heat-conducting power of liquids.

Dicotyledonous (a.) Having two cotyledons or seed lobes; as, a dicotyledonous plant.

Dies juridicus () A court day.

Differentially (adv.) In the way of differentiation.

Differentiator (n.) One who, or that which, differentiates.

Diffusibleness (n.) Diffusibility.

Digestibleness (n.) The quality of being digestible; digestibility.

Diminutiveness (n.) The quality of being diminutive; smallness; littleness; minuteness.

Diphthongalize (v. t.) To make into a diphthong; to pronounce as a diphthong.

Diphthongation (n.) See Diphthongization.

Diplomatically (adv.) According to the rules of diplomacy; in the manner of a diplomatist; artfully.

Diplostemonous (a.) Having twice as many stamens as petals, as the geranium.

Direptitiously (adv.) With plundering violence; by violent injustice.

Disaccommodate (v. t.) To put to inconvenience; to incommode.

Disacknowledge (v. t.) To refuse to acknowledge; to deny; to disown.

Disadventurous (a.) Unprosperous; unfortunate.

Disaffirmation (n.) The act of disaffirming; negation; refutation.

Disafforesting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Disafforest

Disaggregation (n.) The separation of an aggregate body into its component parts.

Disappointment (n.) The act of disappointing, or the state of being disappointed; defeat or failure of expectation or hope; miscarriage of design or plan; frustration.

Disappointment (n.) That which disappoints.

Disapprobation (n.) The act of disapproving; mental condemnation of what is judged wrong, unsuitable, or inexpedient; feeling of censure.

Disapprobatory (a.) Containing disapprobation; serving to disapprove.

Disappropriate (a.) Severed from the appropriation or possession of a spiritual corporation.

Disappropriate (v. t.) To release from individual ownership or possession.

Disappropriate (v. t.) To sever from appropriation or possession a spiritual corporation.

Disapprovingly (adv.) In a disapproving manner.

Disarrangement (n.) The act of disarranging, or the state of being disarranged; confusion; disorder.

Disarticulator (n.) One who disarticulates and prepares skeletons.

Disassociating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Disassociate

Discerpibility (n.) Alt. of Discerptibility

Disciplinarian (a.) Pertaining to discip

Disciplinarian (n.) One who discip

Disciplinarian (n.) A Puritan or Presbyterian; -- because of rigid adherence to religious or church discip

Discodactylous (a.) Having sucking disks on the toes, as the tree frogs.

Discomfortable (a.) Causing discomfort; occasioning uneasiness; making sad.

Discomfortable (a.) Destitute of comfort; uncomfortable.

Discommendable (a.) Deserving, disapprobation or blame.

Discomposition (n.) Inconsistency; discordance.

Disconformable (a.) Not conformable.

Disconsolation (n.) Dejection; grief.

Discontentment (n.) The state of being discontented; uneasiness; inquietude.

Discontinuable (a.) Admitting of being discontinued.

Discontinuance (n.) The act of discontinuing, or the state of being discontinued; want of continued connection or continuity; breaking off; cessation; interruption; as, a discontinuance of conversation or intercourse; discontinuance of a highway or of travel.

Discontinuance (n.) A breaking off or interruption of an estate, which happened when an alienation was made by a tenant in tail, or other tenant, seized in right of another, of a larger estate than the tenant was entitled to, whereby the party ousted or injured was driven to his real action, and could not enter. This effect of such alienation is now obviated by statute in both England and the United States.

Discontinuance (n.) The termination of an action in practice by the voluntary act of the plaintiff; an entry on the record that the plaintiff discontinues his action.

Discontinuance (n.) That technical interruption of the proceedings in pleading in an action, which follows where a defendant does not answer the whole of the plaintiff's declaration, and the plaintiff omits to take judgment for the part unanswered.

Disconvenience (n.) Unsuitableness; incongruity.

Discountenance (v. t.) To ruffle or discompose the countenance of; to put of countenance; to put to shame; to abash.

Discountenance (v. t.) To refuse to countenance, or give the support of one's approval to; to give one's influence against; to restrain by cold treatment; to discourage.

Discountenance (n.) Unfavorable aspect; unfriendly regard; cold treatment; disapprobation; whatever tends to check or discourage.

Discourageable (a.) Capable of being discouraged; easily disheartened.

Discouragement (n.) The act of discouraging, or the state of being discouraged; depression or weakening of confidence; dejection.

Discouragement (n.) That which discourages; that which deters, or tends to deter, from an undertaking, or from the prosecution of anything; a determent; as, the revolution was commenced under every possible discouragement.

Discretionally (adv.) Alt. of Discretionarily

Discriminating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Discriminate

Discriminately (adv.) In a discriminating manner; distinctly.

Discriminating (a.) Marking a difference; distinguishing.

Discrimination (n.) The act of discriminating, distinguishing, or noting and marking differences.

Discrimination (n.) The state of being discriminated, distinguished, or set apart.

Discrimination (n.) The arbitrary imposition of unequal tariffs for substantially the same service.

Discrimination (n.) The quality of being discriminating; faculty of nicely distinguishing; acute discernment; as, to show great discrimination in the choice of means.

Discrimination (n.) That which discriminates; mark of distinction.

Discriminative (a.) Marking a difference; distinguishing; distinctive; characteristic.

Discriminative (a.) Observing distinctions; making differences; discriminating.

Discriminatory (a.) Discriminative.

Diseasefulness (n.) The quality of being diseaseful; trouble; trial.

Disembarkation (n.) The act of disembarking.

Disembarrassed (imp. & p. p.) of Disembarrass

Disemboguement (n.) The act of disemboguing; discharge.

Disembowelment (n.) The act of disemboweling, or state of being disemboweled; evisceration.

Disenchantment (n.) The act of disenchanting, or state of being disenchanted.

Disencumbering (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Disencumber

Disencumbrance (n.) Freedom or deliverance from encumbrance, or anything burdensome or troublesome.

Disenfranchise (v. t.) To disfranchise; to deprive of the rights of a citizen.

Disforestation (n.) The act of clearing land of forests.

Disfranchising (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Disfranchise

Disfurnishment (n.) The act of disfurnishing, or the state of being disfurnished.

Disgustfulness (n.) The state of being disgustful.

Disheartenment (n.) Discouragement; dejection; depression of spirits.

Disillusionize (v. t.) To disenchant; to free from illusion.

Disimpassioned (a.) Free from warmth of passion or feeling.

Disimprovement (n.) Reduction from a better to a worse state; as, disimprovement of the earth.

Disincarcerate (v. t.) To liberate from prison.

Disinclination (n.) The state of being disinc

Disincorporate (v. t.) To deprive of corporate powers, rights, or privileges; to divest of the condition of a corporate body.

Disincorporate (v. t.) To detach or separate from a corporation.

Disincorporate (a.) Separated from, or not included in, a corporation; disincorporated.

Disinheritance (n.) The act of disinheriting, or the condition of being; disinherited; disherison.

Disintegrating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Disintegrate

Disintegration (n.) The process by which anything is disintegrated; the condition of anything which is disintegrated.

Disintegration (n.) The wearing away or falling to pieces of rocks or strata, produced by atmospheric action, frost, ice, etc.

Disinteresting (a.) Uninteresting.

Disinthralling (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Disinthrall

Disinvestiture (n.) The act of depriving of investiture.


Disoxygenation (n.) Deoxidation.

Dispensatively (adv.) By dispensation.

Dispensatorily (adv.) In the way of dispensation; dispensatively.

Dispensatories (pl. ) of Dispensatory

Displeasedness (n.) Displeasure.

Disputableness (n.) State of being disputable.

Disquisitional (a.) Pertaining to disquisition; of the nature of disquisition.

Disquisitorial (a.) Disquisitory.

Disregardfully (adv.) Negligently; heedlessly.

Disrespectable (a.) Not respectable; disreputable.

Dissertational (a.) Relating to dissertations; resembling a dissertation.

Disserviceable (a.) Calculated to do disservice or harm; not serviceable; injurious; harmful; unserviceable.

Dissociability (n.) Want of sociability; unsociableness.

Dissolubleness (n.) The quality of being dissoluble; dissolubility.

Dissolvability (n.) Capacity of being dissolved; solubility.

Dissymmetrical (a.) Not having symmetry; asymmetrical; unsymmetrical.

Distemperately (adv.) Unduly.

Distemperature (n.) Bad temperature; intemperateness; excess of heat or cold, or of other qualities; as, the distemperature of the air.

Distemperature (n.) Disorder; confusion.

Distemperature (n.) Disorder of body; slight illness; distemper.

Distemperature (n.) Perturbation of mind; mental uneasiness.

Distensibility (n.) The quality or capacity of being distensible.

Distermination (n.) Separation by bounds.

Distinguishing (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Distinguish

Distinguishing (a.) Constituting difference, or distinction from everything else; distinctive; peculiar; characteristic.

Distractedness (n.) A state of being distracted; distraction.

Distressedness (n.) A state of being distressed or greatly pained.

Distributional (a.) Of or pertaining to distribution.

Distributively (adv.) By distribution; singly; not collectively; in a distributive manner.

Disworkmanship (n.) Bad workmanship.

Ditrichotomous (a.) Divided into twos or threes.

Ditrichotomous (a.) Dividing into double or treble ramifications; -- said of a leaf or stem.

Diureticalness (n.) The quality of being diuretical; diuretic property.

Diversiloquent (a.) Speaking in different ways.

Divertissement (n.) A short ballet, or other entertainment, between the acts of a play.

Fibrinoplastic (a.) Like fibrinoplastin; capable of forming fibrin when brought in contact with fibrinogen.

Fibrinoplastin (n.) An albuminous substance, existing in the blood, which in combination with fibrinogen forms fibrin; -- called also paraglobulin.

Fibrocartilage (n.) A kind of cartilage with a fibrous matrix and approaching fibrous connective tissue in structure.

Filoplumaceous (a.) Having the structure of a filoplume.

Fissigemmation (n.) A process of reproduction intermediate between fission and gemmation.

Ginny-carriage (n.) A small, strong carriage for conveying materials on a railroad.

Hiberno-Celtic (n.) The native language of the Irish; that branch of the Celtic languages spoken by the natives of Ireland. Also adj.

Hieroglyphical (a.) Emblematic; expressive of some meaning by characters, pictures, or figures; as, hieroglyphic writing; a hieroglyphic obelisk.

Hieroglyphical (a.) Resembling hieroglyphics; not decipherable.

Hierogrammatic (a.) Written in, or pertaining to, hierograms; expressive of sacred writing.

Hierographical (a.) Of or pertaining to sacred writing.

High-churchism (n.) The principles of the high-church party.

High-churchman (n.) One who holds high-church principles.

High-stomached (a.) Having a lofty spirit; haughty.

Hindleys screw () A screw cut on a solid whose sides are arcs of the periphery of a wheel into the teeth of which the screw is intended to work. It is named from the person who first used the form.

Hippocrepiform (a.) Shaped like a horseshoe.

Hippopathology (n.) The science of veterinary medicine; the pathology of the horse.

Hippopotamuses (pl. ) of Hippopotamus

Histographical (a.) Of or pertaining to histography.

Historiography (n.) The art of employment of an historiographer.

Kingston metal () An alloy of tin, copper, and mercury, sometimes used for the bearings and packings of machinery.

Kingston valve () A conical valve, opening outward, to close the mouth of a pipe which passes through the side of a vessel below the water

Libbard's bane () Leopard's bane.

Liberalization (n.) The act of liberalizing.

Libertarianism (n.) Libertarian principles or doctrines.

Lichenographic (a.) Alt. of Lichenographical

Lieutenantship (n.) Same as Lieutenancy, 1.

Life-preserver (n.) An apparatus, made in very various forms, and of various materials, for saving one from drowning by buoying up the body while in the water.

Light-fingered (a.) Dexterous in taking and conveying away; thievish; pilfering; addicted to petty thefts.

Light-horseman (n.) A soldier who serves in the light horse. See under 5th Light.

Light-horseman (n.) A West Indian fish of the genus Ephippus, remarkable for its high dorsal fin and brilliant colors.

Lignum rhodium () The fragrant wood of several shrubs and trees, especially of species of Rhodorhiza from the Canary Islands, and of the West Indian Amyris balsamifera.

Linguistically (adv.) In a linguistic manner; from the point of view of a linguist.

Linsey-woolsey (n.) Cloth made of

Linsey-woolsey (n.) Jargon.

Linsey-woolsey (a.) Made of

Lipogrammatist (n.) One who makes a lipogram.

Literalization (n.) The act of literalizing; reduction to a literal meaning.

Lithographical (a.) Of or pertaining to lithography; made by lithography; as, the lithographic art; a lithographic picture.

Lithologically (adv.) From a lithological point of view; as, to consider a stratum lithologically.

Lithonthriptic (a. & n.) Alt. of Lithonthryptic

Lithonthryptic (a. & n.) Same as Lithontriptic.

Lithontriptist (n.) Same as Lithotriptist.

Liturgiologist (n.) One versed in liturgiology.

Microcephalous (a.) Having a small head; having the cranial cavity small; -- opposed to megacephalic.

Micro-chemical (a.) Of or pertaining to micro-chemistry; as, a micro-chemical test.

Micropegmatite (n.) A rock showing under the microscope the structure of a graphic granite (pegmatite).

Microphthalmia (n.) Alt. of Microphthalmy

Microtasimeter (n.) A tasimeter, especially when arranged for measuring very small extensions. See Tasimeter.

Millenarianism (n.) Alt. of Millenarism

Mineralization (n.) The process of mineralizing, or forming a mineral by combination of a metal with another element; also, the process of converting into a mineral, as a bone or a plant.

Mineralization (n.) The act of impregnating with a mineral, as water.

Mineralization (n.) The conversion of a cell wall into a material of a stony nature.

Ministerialist (n.) A supporter of the ministers, or the party in power.

Misacceptation (n.) Wrong acceptation; understanding in a wrong sense.

Misadventurous (a.) Unfortunate.

Misanthropical (a.) Hating or disliking mankind.

Misapplication (n.) A wrong application.

Misappreciated (a.) Improperly appreciated.

Misappropriate (v. t.) To appropriate wrongly; to use for a wrong purpose.

Misarrangement (n.) Wrong arrangement.

Miscellanarian (a.) Of or pertaining to miscellanies.

Miscellanarian (n.) A writer of miscellanies.

Mischief-maker (n.) One who makes mischief; one who excites or instigates quarrels or enmity.

Miscollocation (n.) Wrong collocation.

Miscomputation (n.) Erroneous computation; false reckoning.

Misconsequence (n.) A wrong consequence; a false deduction.

Misconstruable (a.) Such as can be misconstrued, as language or conduct.

Miscontinuance (n.) Discontinuance; also, continuance by undue process.

Misdisposition (n.) Erroneous disposal or application.

Misdistinguish (v. t.) To make wrong distinctions in or concerning.

Misexplanation (n.) An erroneous explanation.

Misexplication (n.) Wrong explication.

Misimagination (n.) Wrong imagination; delusion.

Misimprovement (n.) Ill use or employment; use for a bad purpose.

Misinformation (n.) Untrue or incorrect information.

Misinstruction (n.) Wrong or improper instruction.

Misinterpreter (n.) One who interprets erroneously.

Mismeasurement (n.) Wrong measurement.

Mispronouncing (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Mispronounce

Misrepresenter (n.) One who misrepresents.

Mistranslation (n.) Wrong translation.

Mitter's green () A pigment of a green color, the chief constituent of which is oxide of chromium.

Niagara period () A subdivision or the American Upper Silurian system, embracing the Medina, Clinton, and Niagara epoch. The rocks of the Niagara epoch, mostly limestones, are extensively distributed, and at Niagara Falls consist of about eighty feet of shale supporting a greater thickness of limestone, which is gradually undermined by the removal of the shale. See Chart of Geology.

Nicaragua wood () Brazil wood.

Night-blooming (a.) Blooming in the night.

Nitrocellulose (n.) See Gun cotton, under Gun.

Nitromagnesite (n.) Nitrate of magnesium, a sa

Niteosaccharin (n.) An explosive nitro derivative of certain sugars, analogous to nitroglycerin, gun cotton, etc.

Nitrosalicylic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, a nitro derivative of salicylic acid, called also anilic acid.

Pickle-herring (n.) A herring preserved in brine; a pickled herring.

Pickle-herring (n.) A merry-andrew; a buffoon.

Pigeon-hearted (a.) Timid; easily frightened; chicken-hearted.

Pigeon-livered (a.) Pigeon-hearted.

Pisciculturist (n.) One who breeds fish.

Pistilliferous (a.) Pistillate.

Siderographist (n.) One skilled in siderography.

Silicatization (n.) Silicification.

Silicification (n.) Thae act or process of combining or impregnating with silicon or silica; the state of being so combined or impregnated; as, the silicification of wood.

Silicispongiae (n. pl.) Same as Silicoidea.

Silicofluoride (n.) A fluosilicate; a salt of silicofluoric acid.

Silicotungstic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, any one of a series of double acids of silicon and tungsten, known in the free state, and also in their salts (called silicotungstates).

Similitudinary (a.) Involving or expressing similitude.

Simple-hearted (a.) Sincere; inguenuous; guileless.

Simplification (n.) The act of simplifying.

Single-hearted (a.) Having an honest heart; free from duplicity.

Siphonostomata (n. pl.) A tribe of parasitic copepod Crustacea including a large number of species that are parasites of fishes, as the lerneans. They have a mouth adapted to suck blood.

Siphonostomata (n. pl.) An artificial division of gastropods including those that have siphonostomatous shells.

Sisters-in-law (pl. ) of Sister-in-law

Tintinnabulary (a.) Having or making the sound of a bell; tinkling.

Tintinnabulous (a.) Of, pertaining to, or resembling, the tinkling of a bell; having a tinkling sound; tintinnabular.

Tippling-house (n.) A house in which liquors are sold in drams or small quantities, to be drunk on the premises.

Tithonographic (a.) Of, relating to, or produced by, the chemical action of rays of light; photographic.

Vitilitigation (n.) Cavilous litigation; cavillation.

Vitriolization (n.) The act of vitriolizing, or the state of being vitriolized; vitriolation.

Viviparousness (n.) The quality of being viviparous; viviparity.

Vivisectionist (n.) One who practices or advocates vivisection; a vivisector.

Zingiberaceous (a.) Of or pertaining to ginger, or to a tribe (Zingibereae) of endogenous plants of the order Scitamineae. See Scitamineous.

Zinziberaceous (a.) Same as Zingiberaceous.

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