An injunction is a court order that prevents someone from doing something.
If something is inordinate, it is much larger in amount or degree than is normally expected.
If you indemnify someone against something bad happening, you promise to protect them from financial loss or legal responsibility if it happens.
If you inveigh against something, you criticize it very strongly.
If you are inured to something unpleasant you have become so used to it that it no longer affects you.
Something that inhibits you from doing something restricts or keeps you from doing it.
An insurrection is a rebellion or open uprising against an established form of government.
If you hurl invective at another person, you are verbally abusing or highly criticizing them.
When you indict someone you accuse or charge him with an illegal act or wrongdoing of some kind.
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