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2. ill-advised, inadvisable, disadvantageous, inexpedient; impolitic, imprudent, indiscreet, tactless, injudicious.
3. inauspicious, unfavorable, untoward, unpropi-tious; unlucky, ill-starred, unfortunate. inordinate, adj. 1. excessive, immoderate, extravagant, beyond all bounds; unrestrained, unlimited, intemperate; unreasonable, disproportionate, undue, uncalled-for, unwarranted, unneeded, needless, unnecessary; exorbitant, extreme, too much, unconscionable, outrageous, preposterous; superabundant, overabundant, copious, profuse, plethoric, overfull; adsci-titious, supplemental, additional; redundant, superfluous, oversufficient, Inf. too much, Inf. a bit much.
2. irregular, erratic, fitful, variable, unregulated; unconventional, anomalous, unusual, abnormal, aberrant. inorganic,
adj. 1. inanimate, lifeless; Farming. chemical, man-made, artificial, hydroponic.
2. extraneous, adventitious, extrinsic; unessential, nonessential, irrelevant, alien, foreign. inquietude,
n. restlessness, unrest, restiveness, uneasiness, skittishness; jumpiness, nervousness, jitters, fidgets, Sl. antsiness, formication, edginess, irritation; impatience, dissatisfaction, anxiety, apprehension; discontent, discomposure, disquiet, disquietude, troubled soul, troubled heart; discomfort, malaise, anxiety, angst. inquire, v. 1. ask, question, query, quiz; examine, interrogate, Inf. grill, cross-examine, catechize.
2. study, scrutinize, scan, inspect; examine, sound, fathom; search, seek out, probe, dig out, dig, delve, unearth; research, investigate, look into, explore; track down, ferret out,
Inf. nose out; reconnoiter, scout, spy out; test, analyze, assay. inquiring, adj. asking, questioning, querying, quizzing, interrogating; scrutinizing, exploring, investigating; digging, probing, delving, unearthing; wondering, musing, pondering; skeptical, doubting. See inquisitive (def. 1). inquiry, n. 1. investigation, inquest, exploration, probe; search, quest, research, pursuit; scrutiny, study, examination, audit, test; review, survey, inspection, analysis, autopsy.
2. interrogation, query, question; questioning, crossexamination, catechizing, inquisition. inquisition,
n. 1. inquiry, inquest, assize, hearing, trial.
2. interrogation, third degree, grilling,
Sl. rubber hose, Sl. beating it out.
3. investigation, examination, research. See inquiry
(defs. 1, 2). inquisitive, adj. 1. inquiring, questioning, probing, investigative; curious, eager, eager for knowledge, interested, burning with curiosity, dying to know.
2. prying, snoopy,
Inf. nosy, meddlesome; intrusive, impertinent, persistent; spying, peeping, eavesdropping.
-n. 3. questioner, interrogator, researcher; meddler,
Inf. Nosy Parker, busybody, Paul Pry; snoop, spy. inroad, n. encroachment, trespassing, Chiefly Brit. poaching, infringement, infiltration, interpenetration; forced entry, break-in; invasion, intrusion, irruption, incursion; raid, foray, predation, plunder, pillage; aggression, attack, assault, onset, onslaught; drive, charge, offensive, rush, sally, sortie. insalubrious, adj. unsalubrious, unhealthy, unhealthful, bad for one's health; foul, dirty, unclean,

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Heathman Hotel US

Three rooms at the Heathman Hotel in Portland, Oregon are reported to be the most haunted rooms in the hotel. There have been frequent complaints of drops in temperature, unexplained noises and other paranormal activity reported by different guests. Some claimed to have seen a hazy face watching them in the shadows. Objects often seemed to have been moved around and towels found soiled with no explanation.

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