17-letter words starting with in

  • in (great) demand — If someone or something is in demand or in great demand, they are very popular and a lot of people want them.
  • in a fit of pique — If someone does something in a fit of pique, they do it suddenly because they are annoyed at being not treated properly.
  • in a/the minority — If people are in a minority or in the minority, they belong to a group of people or things that form less than half of a larger group.
  • in all likelihood — very probably
  • in broad daylight — openly, in full public view
  • in double figures — An amount or number that is in single figures is between zero and nine. An amount or number that is in double figures is between ten and ninety-nine. You can also say, for example, that an amount or number is in three figures when it is between one hundred and nine hundred and ninety-nine.
  • in double harness — in a harness for two animals pulling the same carriage, plow, etc.
  • in forma pauperis — as a poor person; i.e. without paying court costs
  • in good condition — person: fit and healthy
  • in line/into line — If you keep someone in line or bring them into line, you make them obey you, or you make them behave in the way you want them to.
  • in mint condition — looking as good as new
  • in one fell swoop — to sweep through the air, as a bird or a bat, especially down upon prey.
  • in one's own time — outside paid working hours
  • in recognition of — If something is done in recognition of someone's achievements, it is done as a way of showing official appreciation of them.
  • in seventh heaven — ecstatically happy
  • in someone's face — the front part of the head, from the forehead to the chin.
  • in sth's entirety — If something is used or affected in its entirety, the whole of it is used or affected.
  • in the altogether — wholly; entirely; completely; quite: altogether fitting.
  • in the background — behind the focus of attention
  • in the event that — if it happens that
  • in the family way — a basic social unit consisting of parents and their children, considered as a group, whether dwelling together or not: the traditional family. a social unit consisting of one or more adults together with the children they care for: a single-parent family.
  • in the front line — Someone who is in the front line has to play a very important part in defending or achieving something.
  • in the market for — an open place or a covered building where buyers and sellers convene for the sale of goods; a marketplace: a farmers' market.
  • in the past tense — using a past tense verb
  • in the process of — If you are in the process of doing something, you have started to do it and are still doing it.
  • in the public eye — featured prominently in the media
  • in the same canoe — of the same tribe
  • in the wilderness — If politicians or other well-known people spend time in the wilderness, they are not in an influential position or very active in their profession for that time.
  • in there pitching — taking part with enthusiasm
  • in-band signaling — in-band signalling
  • in/into disrepair — If something is in disrepair or is in a state of disrepair, it is broken or in bad condition.
  • in/out of fashion — If something is in fashion, it is popular and approved of at a particular time. If it is out of fashion, it is not popular or approved of.
  • in/out of keeping — If one thing is in keeping with another, it is suitable in relation to that thing. If one thing is out of keeping with another, it is not suitable in relation to that thing.
  • in/with regard to — You can use with regard to or in regard to to indicate the subject that is being talked or written about.
  • inalienable right — right that cannot be taken away
  • inappropriateness — not appropriate; not proper or suitable: an inappropriate dress for the occasion.
  • incandescent lamp — a lamp that emits light due to the glowing of a heated material, especially the common device in which a tungsten filament enclosed within an evacuated glass bulb is rendered luminous by the passage of an electric current through it.
  • incendiary device — a bomb that is designed to start fires
  • incline one's ear — to listen favourably (to)
  • inclusion complex — a solid solution in which molecules of one compound occupy places in the crystal lattice of another compound. Compare adduct (def 2).
  • inclusive fitness — the fitness of an individual organism as measured in terms of the survival and reproductive success of its kin, each relative being valued according to the probability of shared genetic information, an offspring or sibling having a value of 50 percent and a cousin 25 percent.
  • income inequality — a situation in which there is great disparity in income within a society
  • incommunicability — incapable of being communicated, imparted, shared, etc.
  • incompatibilities — not compatible; unable to exist together in harmony: She asked for a divorce because they were utterly incompatible.
  • incomplete flower — a flower without one or more of the normal parts, as carpels, sepals, petals, pistils, or stamens.
  • incomprehensively — In an incomprehensive manner.
  • incompressibility — The quality of being incompressible, of not compressing under pressure.
  • inconceivableness — The quality of being inconceivable.
  • inconsequentially — The adverb form of inconsequential: to do something in a manner of little consequence.
  • inconsiderateness — without due regard for the rights or feelings of others: It was inconsiderate of him to keep us waiting.

On this page, we collect all 17-letter words starting with IN. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 17-letter word that beginning with IN to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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