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interim-noun
an intervening time; interval

interval-noun
a space of time between events or states; intermission; a space between objects, units, points, or states 
intervallic-adjective

illiterate-adjective
having little or no education; especially: unable to read or write; showing or marked by a lack of familiarity with language and literature; violating approved patterns of speaking or writing; showing or marked by a lack of acquaintance with the fundamentals of a particular field of knowledge 
illiterate, illiterateness-nouns
illiterately-adverb
synonym-ignorant

impertinent-adjective
not pertinent; irrelevant; not restrained within due or proper bounds especially of propriety or good taste (impertinent curiosity): implies exceeding the bounds of propriety in showing interest or curiosity or in offering advice (resented their impertinent interference) 
impertinently-adverb
synonyms-obstrusive; officious; meddlesome; intrusive

officious implies the offering of services or attentions that are unwelcome or annoying (officious friends made the job harder)

meddlesome stresses an annoying and usually prying interference in others' affairs (a meddlesome landlord)

intrusive implies a tactless or otherwise objectionable thrusting into others' affairs (tried to be helpful without being intrusive)

implicit-adjective
being without doubt or reserve; unquestioning; capable of being understood from something else though unexpressed; implied (an implicit assumption); involved in the nature or essence of something though not revealed, expressed, or developed; potential; explicit 
compare-explicit
implicitness-noun
implicitly-adverb

implicitly-adjective
being without doubt or reserve; unquestioning
implicitness-noun
implicitly-adverb

inadvertent-adjective
not focusing the mind on a matter; inattentive; unintentional; careless
inadvertently-adverb

infer-transitive verb
to draw as a conclusion from something assumed or known; imply
inference-noun
logical conclusion or deduction

ingrained-adjective
worked into the grain or fiber; forming a part of the essence or inmost being; deep seated (ingrained prejudice) 
ingrainedly-adverb
ingrain-transitive verb 
to work indelibly into the natural texture or mental or moral constitution
synonym-infuse

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