GLOSSARY 331 Intrinsic: Real; true; inherent; inward; genuine. Introspect; To look within the mind; to examine the workings of the mind. Intuitive: Perceived by the mind immediately and without any process of reasoning. Invective: Abusive; railing; expressing censure or reproach. Inveigh: To exclaim or raU against; to censure. Inversion: A reversing; a placing in opposite order. Invert: To reverse; place upside down; place in opposite order. Invest: To endow; clothe; dress. Inveterate: Confirmed in a habit or practice. Invoke: To call into activity; summon; conjure; appeal to. Involuntary: Independent of will or choice. Involvement: The state of being involved or implicated. Iodide of potassium: A drug; a medicine. Ipecacuanha: A drug; a medicine. Irate: Wrathful; angry. Irradiate: To spread like rays from a center; to diffuse. Irrelevant: Foreign to the subject; not bearing on the matter under consideration; inapplicable. Jrruptive: Invading; rushing in or upon. Italicize: To print in italics or slanting type. Itinerant: Wandering; passing or travelling about a country. Jet* d'esprft: A play of wit or fancy; a joke. Jocund: Sportive; gay; merry. J wctee 2 A point of time. Kaleidoscopic: Resembling the figures of a kaleidoscope; chang- ing in color and form. XJnmthetic: Motor; relating to muscular movement Knee-jerk: The involuntary jerk or kick that results from a blow delivered immediately below the knee-cap. Ktdttiraenschen: Civilized people.