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In ter ces' sor, n. a meditor; an agent who intercedes.
In ter change, v. to exchange. n. an exchange; a bargain. In ter change' a ble, given and taken mutualÏy. In ter change a blỹ, ad. alternately, so that each gives and receives. In' ter course, n. communication; exchange. In ter dict', v. to prohibit; to forbid.
In' ter est, v. to concern ; to affect; to influence. n. concern; advantage;
usury. In ter fere', v. to interpose; to intermeddle. In ter jec' tion, n. a sudden exclamation. In' te rim, n. mean time. In te ri or, a. internal. In ter lard', v. to insert between; to diversify by mixture.
bounded. In ter mis' sion, n. a cessation for a time. In ter mit' tent, a. not continual.
In ter' nal, a. inward. In ter po la' tion, n. something added or put into the original matter In ter poses, v. to mědi
ate; to intervene. In ter po 'si' tion, n. inter vention; agency between parties; mediation. In ter pret, v. to explain ; to translate.
In ter pre ta' tion, n. an explanation.
In ter pre ter, n. an ex
positor; a translator. In ter reg num, n. the time between the death of a king and the acces⚫ sion of his successor. In ter' ro gate, v. to exa mine by questions. In ter rog a to rỹ, n. s question; an inquiry. In ter rupt', v. to hinder; to divide to separate.
In ter rup' tion, n. hinder- | ance; intervention. In ter sect', v. to cut; to
cross each other. In ter sec' tion, n. a point
where lines cross. In ter sperse', v. to scatter here and there. In' ter stice, n. a space be
tween two things. In ter twine', v. to unite by twisting together. In' ter val, n. interstice; vacuity; time elapsing between two periods. In ter vene', v. to come between things and per
In ter ven' tion, n. inter
position, agency. In' ter view, n. a sight of one another.
In ter weave', v. to mix one with another in a regular texture.
In tes' tate, a. dying without a will.
In tes' tine, a. internal; inward
In thrâ, v. to enslave; to shackle.
In thâl' ment, n. servi. tude; slavery; difficulty. I'ti ma cy, n. close familiarity.
In' ti mate, v. to hint; to suggest. a. familiar; inmost. n. a familiar friend; a confidant.
In' ti mate lỹ, ad. closely ; familiarly; nearly.
In ti ma' tion, n. a hint ; an indirect declaration. In tim' i date, v. to frighten; to dastardize. In tol' e ra ble, a. unsuf ferable; very bad.
In tol' e rant, a. not able to endure.
In tox' i cate, v. to make
drunk; to inebriate. In tox i ca' tion, n. inebriation; drunkenness. In tract' a ble, a. unmanageable; unruly.
In trench',v. to fortify with
a rampart or trench. In trench' ment, n. a fortification, with a trench to defend against an attack.
In trep' id, a.
resolute; brave. In tre pid' i ty, n. courage; boldness. In' tri ca cy, n. perplexity; difficulty.
In' tri cate, a. perplexed; involved; obscure. In trigue, (in treeg',) v.to carry on private designs. n. a plot; cabal; an a
In trin' sic, a. inward; true; real; natural. In tro duce', v. to bring or usher in.
In tro duc' tion, n. a bring
ing in; a preface. In tro duc to ry, a. previous; serving as a means to something farther. In trude', v. to encroach; to force without right or welcome. In tru`der, n. an encroacher; an interloper. In trusion, n. the act of intruding.
In trust', v. to put in trust with.
In tu i tive ly, ad. by im
mediate perception. In twine', v. to twist or wreath together.
In vade', v. to enter in a
In va' der, n. an assailant; | In ves' ti ture, n. the act
one who invades, In val' id, a. weak; of no force or weight.
In va lid', (in va leed'), n. one disabled.
In val' i date, v. to weak
en; to make void. In val' u a ble, a. precious above estimation.
of giving possession. In vet' e rate, a. long established; obstinate. In vid' i ous, a. envious; malignant.
In vig o rate, strengthen; to animate. in vin' ci ble, a. unconquerable.
In va'ri a ble, a. unchange-In vi o la ble, a. not to be
able; constant. In vasion, n. a hostile
entrance; an attack. In vec' tive, n. railing;
sharp expressions. In veigh', (in va,) v. to rail at; to declaim against. In vei gle, v. to allure. In vent', v. to discover;
profaned or broken. In vi o late, a. uninjured; unbroken.
In vis i ble, a. not to be
seen; imperceptible. In vi ta' tion, n. an inviting a bidding. In vite', v. to bid; to call; to entice; to persuade.
In un da' tion, n. a deluge; an overflow of waters. In vo ca' tion, n. a calling
upon in prayer. In' voice, n. a catalogue of goods.
In voke', v. to call upon; to pray to.
In volve', v. to inwrap; to comprise ; to entangle.
In vo un ta rỹ, a. not done willingly. In ure, v. to habituate;
In vul' ner a ble, a. that
cannot be wounded. I ras' ci ble, a. apt to be easily provoked. Irk' some, a. tedious;
I ron' i cal, a. spoken by way of irony; sneering. I' ro ny, n. a meaning con
trary to words spoken. Ir ra di ate, v. to illumin
ate; to enlighten. Ir ra" tion al, a. void of
Ir re claim a ble, a. not to be reclaimed; shameless.
Ir re con ci la ble, a. that
cannot be reconciled. Ir re cover a ble, a. not
to be regained or reme died.
Ir re fra ga ble, a. that cannot be denied or
Ir re fu'ta ble, a. that can
not be refuted; certain. Ir reg u lar, a. immethod
ical; disorderly; loose. Ir reg u lar′ i tỷ, n. a de viation from rule; disorder.
Ir rel' e vant, a. inapplicable.
Ir re li" gion, n. a contempt of religion; impiety.
Ir re li" gious, a. ungodly; profane; wicked. Ir re me' di a ble, a. not to be remedied or cured.
Ir re move a ble, a not to be removed or chang. ed.
Ir rep' a ra ble, a. not to be repaired or recover
Ir rep re hen' si ble, a. exempt from blame. Ir re proach' a ble, a.free from reproach
Ir re prove a ble, a. not to be blamed.
Ir re sist' i ble, a. what
cannot be resisted. Ir resó o lute, a, not de
termined; not steady. Ir re triev' a ble, a. irre
coverable; irreparable. Ir rev' e rence, n. a want
of veneration. Ir rev' e rent, a. not pay.