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(pronounced ihn-SIHP-ee-ehnt)

In the beginning there was the word incipient. What we are trying to say is that incipient means in the preliminary stages or starting to come into being.

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(pronounced in-KLU-sihv dih-ZYNE)

See Design For All and universal

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(pronounced IN-kuhl-kayt)

This strong verb means to teach, infuse or ingrain a concept or habit by repetition and admonition.

Example: Judy did everything she could think of

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(pronounced in-DEL-a-bull)

We just think this adjective is a lovely word, and you frequently hear it in its adverb form: indelibly. It means memorable, lasting, unforgettable, and is applied to describe something that cannot

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(pronounced ihn-DU-beh-the-behl)

This multisyllabic adjective is simply fun to pronounce, and we dare you to say it out loud without grinning afterwards. But what does it mean" Undeniable, unquestionable, and undisputable

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(pronounced ih-NER-shuh)

Most of us think of science class when we hear the word inertia since we probably first heard it when learning about Newton’s First Law of Motion: “The velocity

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(pronounced IN-eks-er-eh-bul)

If you are inexorable, then you are steadfast, immovable, relentless in your actions or opinion, and not to be persuaded to stray off course. It’s a strong word, no"

Example: Jacqueline led the pack of students

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(pronounced IHN-freh-struk-cher)

You probably know that this term describes systems and resources that support the operation of the public such as streets, highways, utilities, sewers, etc. However, it also refers to the substructure of

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(pronounced in-GRAYSH-ee-ate)

This verb means gaining positive acceptance by some sort of calculated effort, and it’s commonly used with the word “with.” One way to remember this word… If you are somewhat familiar with Spanish, “gracias” means

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(pronounced ih-NAH-kyeh-wehs)

One of our favorites, this smart-sounding little word means harmless, inoffensive, not likely to produce bad feelings.

Example: Though her comments were direct and honest while delivering annual reviews to her project team members, Jessica’s