GLOSSARY 329 Incompatible: Contrary; not able to exist together. Incomprehensible: Not capable of being comprehended or understood. Incontinently: Without restraint. Incontrovertible: Indisputable; too certain to admit of dispute. Incodrdinate: Lacking coordination or adjustment. Incorporate: To include; embody; unite. Inculcate: To impress; implant; teach; enforce. Incumbent: Resting upon one as a duty or obligation. Indelible: Incapable of being blotted out. Indeterminate: Indefinite; uncertain; not precise. Index-finger: The forefinger; the pointing finger. Indiscipline: Want of discipline; deficiency of control. Indiscriminate: Without distinction; confused; not making distinction. Indite: To compose; write; commit to written words. Indolent: Lazy; sluggish. Indubitable: Undoubted; unquestionable. Induce: To cause; bring on; produce. Ineptitude: Lack of skill. Inertia: Resistance; indisposition to move; inertness. Inexorable: Unyielding; immovable; relentless. Inexplicable: Not capable of being explained. Inflection: The raising or lowering of the pitch of the voice; modulation of the voice. Ingenuous: Open; frank; honest; sincere. Inhale; To breathe in; to draw air into the lungs. Inhere: To be fixed in; to be an inseparable part of. Inheritable: Capable of being inherited. Inhibit: To restrain; hinder; check; repress; holdback. Inimical: Harmful; hostile; unfriendly. Iniquitous: Wicked. , Initial: First; placed at the beginning; opening; incipient.