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ICE BROOK, sub. supposed to be the river Salo,
near Bibilis
IGNOMY, sub. ignominy
ILLUME, v. t. to illuminate
ILLUSTROUS, adj. wanting lustre, without brightness
IMBAR, v. t. to secure, or perhaps to exclude
IMMANITY, sub. ferocity
IMMEDIACY, sub. directness
IMMOMENT, adj. insignificant
IMP, sub. child, used affectedly; v. t. to graft new feathers
into a hawk's wing
IMPASTED, pt. p. coagulated
IMPERCEIVERANT, sub. dull, undiscerning
IMPORTANCE, sub. importunity
IMPORTANT, adj. urgent, importunate
IMPOSE, sub. command
IMFOSTHUME, sub. an abscess
IMPRESS, sub. a device with a motto
INCARNARDINE, v. t. to dye red
INCH-MEAL, sub. piecemeal
INCONTINENT, sub. immediately
INCONTINENTLY, adv. the same
INCONY, adj. delicate, pretty
INDENT, v. t. to make terms
INDUCTION, sub. introduction, and preparation
INEXECRABLE, adf. that cannot be sufficiently
execrated
INFORM, v. i. to take shape; to animate, inspire
INFORMAL, adj. crazy
INHERIT, v. t. to possess
INKLE, sub. a kind of coarse tape
INLAND, adj. civilized, perhaps living near the
capital
INNOCENT, sub. an idiot
INSANE, adj. causing insanity
INSANIE, sub. madness
INSOULPED, pt p. engraved, cut
INSCULPTURE, sub. an inscription cut in stone
INSISTURE, sub. persistency
INSTANCE, sub. motive
INTELLIGENCER, sub. agent, go-between
INTELLIGENCING, adj. going between parties
INTEND, v. t. to pretend
INTENDMENT, sub. design, purpose; aim
INTENIBLE, adj. unretentive
INTENTION, sub. aim, direction
INTENTIVELY, ady. attentively, or perhaps con-
secutively
INTERESSED, pt. p. interested [legal sense]
INTPINSE, adj. hard to untie
INTRINSICATE, adj. the same
INVECTIVELY, adj. reproachfully
INVINCIBLE, adj. invisible [Qy. error]
INWARD, adj. intimate; secret; sub. an intimate friend
INWARDNESS, sub. intimacy
IRON-WITTED, adj. unfeeling, insensible
IRREGULOUS, adj. lawless
ITERANCE, sub. repetition
IWIS, adv. certainly [Ang.-Sax. ge-wis],
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