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imprecate, v. execrate, anathematize, send to perdition, curse, SI. put the whammy on, Inf. jinx; damn, denounce, denunciate, condemn; blaspheme, slander,

imprecation, n. curse, malediction, ban, anathema, Archaic, malison, execration; evil eye, SI. whammy, hoodoo, jinx; denunciation, condemnation, damning, proscription; blasphemy, slander, abuse, threat,

imprecatory, adj. execratory, maledictory, denunciatory, damning, proscriptive; threatening, menacing, warning; blasphemous, slanderous,

imprecise, adj. inexact, approximate; incorrect, not right, untrue, inaccurate, wide-of-the-mark, off; ambiguous, inexplicit, indistinct, indefinite, vague, ill-defined; hazy, cloudy, wispy, fuzzy, fuzzy around the edges, Inf. muzzy, blurred; disorderly, inchoate, confused, careless,

impregnable, adj. 1. invulnerable, indestructible, undestroyable, imperishable, nonperishable, Obs., Rare, imperdible; invincible, unconquerable, impenetrable, inviolable, inexpugnable; unassailable, unat-tackable, insuperable, insurmountable, undefeatable, unbeatable; formidable, powerful, mighty; tenable, secure, safe, safe and sound; stout, strong, sturdy, solid, stable, staunch, stanch; indomitable, redoubtable, unyielding.
2. indisputable, incontestable, irrefutable, undeniable, unquestionable, indubitable, incontrovertible, sure, certain, absolute; unimpeachable, irreproachable; perfect, flawless, unflawed, faultless,

impregnate, v. 1. inseminate, make pregnant, get with child or young, SI. knock up; fertilize, fructify, make fruitful, fecundate; beget, create, procreate, engender, generate.
2. permeate, spread throughout, overspread, fill, suffuse, imbue, imbrue; soak, steep, saturate, drench, flood, inundate; pervade, penetrate, infuse, inject; tinge, tincture, dye.

impresario, n. manager, director, producer, administrator; conductor, maestro, choirmaster, concert master, precentor, coryphaeus; ballet master,

impress', v. 1. move, sway, bend, influence; persuade, win over, bring round; touch, reach, go to one's heart, SI. get under one's skin; affect deeply, stir, disturb, bother, trouble; grab, galvanize, electrify, strike, overwhelm, overpower, bedazzle.
2. fix deeply, establish, ground, instill, plant, install.
3. urge, prevail upon, spur, prompt, induce; emphasize, bring home to.
4. stamp, imprint, mark, seal, engrave.
5. draw attention to oneself, show off, flaunt, swagger; make a show, cut
or make a figure, SI. cut a dash, Inf. cut a swath, SI. cut a shine, SI. cut a feather; make an impression, make a splash, SI. snow; play up to, SI. shine up to, work on.
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n. 6. mark, imprint, print, stamp, seal, impression.
7. hallmark, earmark, keynote, characteristic; sign, sure sign, telltale sign, index, indicator.

impress2, v. 1. (usu. in reference to military service) draft, induct, conscript, conscribe, press, Naut. shanghai, crimp; recruit, enlist, Archaic, list, levy, muster in; activate, call up, mobilize.
2. seize, take possession of, expropriate, appropriate, arrogate, assume; requisition, confiscate, impound,
Law. distrain; wrest from, take from, usurp, accroach; commandeer, hijack.
3. persuade, convince, induce, prevail on
or upon; impel, oblige, constrain, compel, coerce; wheedle, cajole, coax.

impressibility, n. softness, yieldingness, impressionability; flexibility, pliableness, pliability, plasticity, malleability, moldability, fictileness, clayiness. See - impressionability.

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Benefits of Pineapple

Antiinflammatory Action

Pineapple fruit is very much known for its antiinflammatory properties which prevent inflammation in arthritis patients and gives strength to the bones. Pineapple or ananas season lasts from March until June when fresh fruits available in the markets at their best. In the store, choose that are heavy for their size. While larger fruits will have a greater proportion of edible flesh, there is usually no difference in quality between a small and largesize pineapple

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