- Sir! Did you have a good holiday? Did you go away?
- Yes, I went to France, to Paris.
- Did you have much trouble with your French when you were there?
- No, I didn"t - but the Parisians did.
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List of words beginning with: I
Found: 1165 results
—v. - speak to or treat with scornful abuse.
- offend the self-respect or modesty of. —n. Insulting remark or action. insulting adj. Insultingly adv. [latin insulto leap on, assail]
v. (-ring) (often foll. By against; also absol.) Secure compensation in the event of loss or damage to (property, life, a person, etc.) By advance regular payments. [var. Of *ensure]
adj. - undamaged; entire.
- untouched. intactness n. [latin tango tact- touch]
n. - action of taking in.
- a number (of people etc.), or amount, taken in or received. B such people etc. (this year's intake).
- place where water is taken into a pipe, or fuel or air enters an engine etc.
v. - have as one's purpose (we intend to go; we intend going).
- (usu. Foll. By for, as) design or destine (a person or a thing) (i intend him to go; i intend it as a warning). [latin tendo stretch]
—n. Intention; purpose (with intent to defraud). —adj. - (usu. Foll. By on) a resolved, determined. B attentively occupied.
- (esp. Of a look) earnest; eager. to all intents and purposes practically; virtually. intently adv. Intentness n. [latin intentus]
—n. (also interne) esp. Us = *houseman. —v. Oblige (a prisoner, alien, etc.) To reside within prescribed limits. internment n. [french: related to *internal]
v. (-ning) 1 recite (prayers etc.) With prolonged sounds, esp. In a monotone.
- utter with a particular tone. [medieval latin: related to *in-2]
n. Tray for incoming documents.
v. (-ding) (often absol.) 1 enter (a country etc.) Under arms to control or subdue it.
- swarm into.
- (of a disease) attack.
- encroach upon (a person's rights, esp. Privacy). invader n. [latin vado vas- go]
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