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See also: Ingeminate Ingeminated Ingenious Ingenuous Ingenuousness Ingenue Ingest Ingenuity Ingenuitive Inge Ingenix Ingenua Inger Ingenium Ingeniosa Ingeniously Ingenuously Ingenuine Ingesta Ingester Ingestion

1. Inclination to Ingeminate previous action, formulated through frequent performance in a stable context (Gefen, 2003; Ouellete and Wood, 1998)

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2. Ingeminate This is a fancy word for "repeat" as in repeat the cycle of cite and explain

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3. Once again I Ingeminate, Thank you for all your support

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4. Duplicated - Ingeminate - reiterated - reproduced - warmed-over 11 letter words battologize - perseverate - plagiarized - tautologize 12 letter words give an encore - recapitulate - reduplicated - regurgitated - …

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5. Amanuensis - bootlicker - circumvent - claim agent - footlicker - handmaiden - handshaker - hectograph - hocus-pocus - Ingeminate - instrument - interagent - led captain - mealymouth - mimeograph - multigraph - press agent - repetition - sales agent - simple soul - timeserver - transcribe - transcript - triplicate - tufthunter 11 letter words

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6. Glazier jambosa, nonionized pea-nuts, utilisation lacquer asbestos, and the refer, had flavorouss of customers—and propelling these, we Ingeminate, were the sled.The diagram of sewing machine of rataplans, tartly metaphysical saclike scullerys of the buick and

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7. Ingeminate, November Eva Hesse • 1965

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8. Several studies have Ingeminate the case of economic inequality and health care access leading threat to the newborns at early age [25]

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9. Her more restrained and restricted-palette drawings of 1965 to '68, many with circular themes, in shades of black, white and gray, relate to parts of the body, like "Ingeminate" (1965), a

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10. Invite extra forms if you create a blunder or attempt to Ingeminate your answers

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11. Ingeminate, reiterate, repeat, restate, retell tell - let something be known; "Tell them that you will be late" perseverate - psychology: repeat a response after the cessation of the original stimulus; "The subjects in this study perseverated"

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12. To Ingeminate a sentiment from Notes on Virginia: “It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods, or no god

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13. Ingeminate- to reiterate or redouble 934.ingerence- intrusion interference 935.ingle- a fire in a room fireplace 936indlenook- alcve by a large open fire 937

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14. Ingeminate- to reiterate or redouble 934.ingerence- intrusion interference 935.ingle- a fire in a room fireplace 936indlenook- alcve by a large open fire 937

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15. Additionally, Ingeminate pelvic or abdominal surgery increases the possibility of intra-abdominal adhesions

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16. To Ingeminate a sentiment from Notes on Virginia: “It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods, or no god

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INGEMINATE [inˈjeməˌnāt]

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What does ingeminate mean?

“Ingeminate.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ingeminate. Accessed 18 Apr. 2020. What made you want to look up ingeminate? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible). Capricious is derived in part from the Italian word for hedgehog.

What does Ingemino mean?

To say (a statement, word etc.) two or more times; to reiterate, to emphasize through repetition. Etymology: From the participle stem of ingemino.

What does the name ingeminated mean?

Borrowed from the participle stem of Latin ingeminō (“repeat, reiterate”) . we found a black pavillion; in it three old Arabians; who, out of their Alcoran ingeminated a dolefull requiem to their Brothers carcasse, over which they sat [ …] (Can we find and add a quotation of Jeremy Taylor to this entry?)

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