Similar throughout; of uniform structure or composition.
homozygosity (s) (noun)
, homozygosities (pl)
The state of possessing a pair of identical alleles at a given locus: In the different study groups no homozygosity
Homozygosity has two identical genes at the corresponding loci of homologous chromosomes.
1. Human beings as a group.
2. The quality, condition, or fact of being human; humanness.
hyperacuity (s) (noun)
, hyperacuities (pl)
The increased sharpness of sense perceptions: When Anita went to the ophthalmologist's office for a regular check-up, she was diagnosed as having hyperacuity, which was better than twenty-twenty vision!
hyperadiposis (s) (noun) (no pl)
An extreme degree of fatness; morbid obesity; lipomatosis: If someone is severely overweight, he or she suffers from hyperadiposis exemplified by an extreme accumulation of body fat or an unusual degree of adiposis.
hypoacidity (s) (noun)
, hypoacidities (pl)
Deficiency of normal acidity: Hypoacidity is a condition of having an insufficient amount of acidity in the gastric juice of a person's stomach.
hypoacuity (s) (noun)
, hypoacuities (pl)
Decreased sharpness of sense perception: Since Jane noticed a change in her hearing, she decided to go to the otorhinolaryngologist for a checkup and found out that she couldn't hear as well as before, and he diagnosed her condition as being a case of hypoacuity.
The quality or state of being idiomatic.
inability (s) (noun)
, inabilities (pl)
1. A lack of capacity or means to do something: Grandmother was blind and therefore had the inability to see.
2. Absence of enough power, capacity or resources: Although Tim had been in school for many years, he still had the inability to read up to grade level.
, more inalterable, most inalterable
Relating to anything that is not possible to change or to modify: History is inalterable
since it has already passed and cannot be replaced or remodelled!
The death of an individual is an inalterable fact that cannot be reversed.
1. A disbelieving frame of mind; unreadiness or unwillingness to believe (statements, etc.); disbelief.
2. A state or feeling of disbelief.
There are two ways to slide easily through life; to believe everything or to doubt everything; both ways save us from thinking.
inequilibrium (s) (noun)
, inequilibriums, inequilibria (pl)
That which is unbalanced because of opposing forces being uneven.
infecundity (s) (noun)
, infecundities (pl)
An unfruitfulness; barrenness; a female sterility.
infinity (s) (noun)
, infinities (pl)
1. Unlimited space, time, distance, quantity, etc.; extending beyond any measure or comprehension; without beginning or end; endless: Beyond the Earth we find infinity.
2. Very great; vast; immense: such as, space or time: Outer space provides an infinity of stars.
3. In mathematics, the concept of being unlimited by always being larger than any imposed value or boundary: Infinity exists beyond or is greater than any arbitrarily large value.
4. In photography, a distance setting, as on a camera, beyond which the entire field is in focus: Shirley set the lens on her camera to infinity so objects at a distance would be in focus.
1. Lack of pity or compassion.
2. An inhuman or cruel act.