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imaigine, imaagine, imaigin, imagin, imagine, imaigination, imaiginashun, imaginaution, imaginawtion, imaginaation, imagination,
imaigine [ɪˈmedʒɪn]
v. To imagine.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
imaigination [ɪˈmadʒɪneʃən, arch. -ɑːʃən]: Imagination.
imy, imey, imit, ilmet, imsket, emsket, emskit, ime, yme, ym, im, äim, imy, imey,
ime [NN.b. I. əim]
n. NN.b. I.Ork. A scum which forms on the surface of a liquid. I.Sh. The soot that forms on the bottom of a pot or kettle.
 
imit, imskit
adj. I.Sh. Of a nondescript colour. Bluish-grey.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
imy-leukin: adj. NN.b. I.Ork. Hazy, misty, clouding over.
immediately, immedantly, immedently, immidintly, immedantly, immedently, immediantly, immidently, immedentlie, immediate, immediat, immedant, immedent,
immediate [ɪˈmɛdɪ(j)et, ɪmɪˈdənt]
adj. Immediate.
adv. Immediately.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
immediately [ɪˈmɛdɪ(j)etlɪ, ɪmɪˈdəntlɪ]: adv. Immediately.
mensely, $mense, mense, minse, immense,
immense [ɪˈmɛns]
contracted 'mense
n. A great amount, a large quantity.
adj. immense.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
immensely: adv. Strongly, greatly, largely.
immis, immas, emmis, eemis, yeemmies, eemish,
immis [MN. ˈɪmɪs, ˈɛmɪs]
adj. Of the weather or the atmosphere: variable, uncertain, dark, gloomy, misty, chill, having every appearance of rain. Of land or crops grown upon it: unfruitful, unproductive, not dependable as to productivity. Of an object: insecurely balanced, unsteady.
adv. Insecurely, unsteadily.
imp, emp, hemp, himp, hempe,
imp [ɪmp]
n. An imp. A young shoot of a tree or plant, especially one used in grafting.
v. To engraft.
imper,
imper [I.Sh. ˈɪmpər]
n. A low sound, murmur, cursory remark.
v. To make a slight cursory remark, to murmur, make a low sound. To hint at, venture, be so bold as.
imph, imph-imph, imphm, phim, him, imp$m, euphm, imph$m, imphim, imhim,
imphm [m(ː)mm]
int. An exclamation used with a variety of intonation to indicate attentiveness, decided or reluctant assent, sarcastic agreement, hesitation.
impidence, imperence, impident, impeddent, impiddent, imperent, imperint, impitint,
impident [ˈɪmpɪd(ə)nt, ˈɛmpɪd(ə)nt]
adj. Impudent.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
impidence [ˈɪmpɪd(ə)ns, ˈɛmpɪd(ə)ns]: Impudence.
impignorate, impignorated, impignoratit, impignoraution, impignorawtion, impignoraation, impignoration, impignorat,
impignorate [ɪmˈpɪgnəret]
v. To place in pawn, pledge, mortgage.
pp. impignorat [ɪmˈpɪgnərnət]
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
impignoration [ɪmˈpɪgnəreʃən, arch. -ɑːʃən]: Action or fact of pledging or pawning.

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