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Prepositions after Adjectives
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ideal for, in, as, at or from?

  • MPC would be ideal for the Army.
  • Kalabagh is ideal in every way.
  • Ideal as a PLAYER of the DAY award.
  • At the moment, the Note 2 is ideal at 5.
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"identical to" or "identical with"?

  • This is almost identical to the 4.
  • Jehosadak to be identical with R.
  • They're identical in that sense.
  • Do the identical for breathingin.
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identifiable by, as, with, in or to?

  • It is uniquely identifiable by humans.
  • Sergius identifiable as the monastery of Ss.
  • I want it to be easily identifiable with a strong branding.
  • People should be identifiable in their dresses.
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"idle for" or "idle in"?

  • My guitar has lain idle for ages.
  • They see the idle in affluence.
  • You may even become idle at times.
  • A tenantless property sitting idle on South Beach.
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ignorant of, about, to, in or on?

  • Ignorant of both meetings, Maj.
  • I was hopelessly ignorant about it.
  • Ignorant to bed bugs, I took it.
  • So are the ignorant in the world.
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ill with, in, for, at or of?

  • Now I feel ill with the stress.
  • Joint ill / Navel ill in calves.
  • This bodes ILL for USA JRPGers.
  • That set me ill at ease as well.
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"illegal in" or "illegal for"?

  • Penned hunts ILLEGAL in Florida now.
  • It's called illegal for a reason.
  • Yeah, it's illegal under US law.
  • Pot was originally made illegal by W.
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illustrative of, in, rather or for?

  • Benghazi is illustrative of the same lesson.
  • Few examples may be illustrative in this regard.
  • My rant was illustrative rather than concrete.
  • These savings are illustrative for this specific household and should not be quoted as general savings.
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"immune to" or "immune from"?

  • HOW TO BE IMMUNE AGAINST THE OPPRESSORS 1.
  • Nobody is immune from the effects.
  • They are not immune to the dangers.
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"impatient with" or "impatient for"?

  • I am impatient with most officials.
  • He also became impatient for a sign.
  • They are impatient of all restraint.
  • I am patient and impatient at the same time.
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impervious to, from or in?

  • They are impervious to new data.
  • I will admit that they provide a stronger position -- however, it is not impervious from question, error or improvement.
  • Becoming impervious in that way is one of those.
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implicit in, to, within, from or rather?

  • The ontology implicit in it (i.
  • The threat was implicit to the German princes.
  • I think that is implicit within the term ' helpmeet.
  • Their target should be implicit from what they have.
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"important for" or "important to"?

  • Important for buying decisions.
  • YOUR PRIVACY IS IMPORTANT TO US.
  • A CAR IS SO IMPORTANT IN SEOUL.
  • This is the most important of the six.
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impossible for, in, to, without or with?

  • Impossible for me to actually do.
  • Nothing is impossible in the NBA.
  • It is impossible to not change.
  • Democracy is impossible without it.
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impressive in, for, with, to or on?

  • It was less impressive in the U.
  • That's impressive for a rabbit.
  • Impressive with lots of interest.
  • This was really impressive to me.
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inaccessible to, for, by, in or due?

  • The surrounding space is inaccessible to them.
  • The whole area was inaccessible for almost a year.
  • Brooks Camp is inaccessible by road.
  • Inaccessible In your dybbuk fury, babies Hurled into the car, you drove.
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"inactive for" or "inactive in"?

  • They will be inactive for two years.
  • His law license became inactive in 2002.
  • MIP-1? is inactive on basophils.
  • PS: It's just the forums that are a bit inactive at this point.
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"inadequate for" or "inadequate in"?

  • That's inadequate for two reasons.
  • But it is inadequate in mental health.
  • But the checklist is wholly inadequate to the task.
  • Human reason is totally inadequate as a standard to govern the State.
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inappropriate for, in, to, with or as?

  • Aamir is inappropriate for the role.
  • Its inappropriate in all venues.
  • That seemed inappropriate to me.
  • I don't see anything inappropriate with this comment.
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incapable of

  • Incapable of physical activity.
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incidental to, in, as, for or on?

  • Contact incidental to the mark.
  • These benefits are incidental in almost every way.
  • From its wheel and blade, the brightly-colored human figure flies off incidental as a spark.
  • By no means was all he achieved in government rubbish or wrong, but I think the benefit of the nation was incidental for this nutter.
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"inclined to" or "inclined towards"?

  • I am inclined to think that Mr.
  • He is not inclined towards sweetness.
  • I'd inclined toward the latter.
  • The dwarf planet's orbit is inclined at 10.
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inclusive of, in, for, to or with?

  • This is not inclusive of the $7.
  • Transfers will be inclusive in the deal.
  • We took the all inclusive for a week.
  • This definition seems too inclusive to me.
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incompatible with, for, in or to?

  • Incompatible with: Reverse Mode.
  • Science and religion are seen as incompatible for this reason.
  • We were incompatible in the bedroom.
  • This is not incompatible to a more equitable society.
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"incompetent in" or "incompetent at"?

  • They were incompetent in this matter.
  • He would not be incompetent at housework.
  • We don't want someone that is too incompetent for the position.
  • He has proven himself to be incompetent as a leader.
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incomplete without, in, for, with or at?

  • He is incomplete without a body.
  • They are incomplete in the analysis.
  • Your piece is very interesting but incomplete for Canada.
  • Any article about AFCW is incomplete with them.
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incomprehensible to, in, for, without or as?

  • It was just incomprehensible to me.
  • Plenty of things are incomprehensible in life.
  • Theological books can be almost incomprehensible for the ordinary reader.
  • Yet the history of Spanish American independence is incomprehensible without Bolivar.
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inconsistent with, in, at, for or on?

  • But this is inconsistent with 2.
  • I'd inconsistent in my life plans.
  • This leads to the metrics being inconsistent at times.
  • This is very inconsistent for a serial killer.
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"inconvenient for" or "inconvenient to"?

  • That's much too inconvenient for him.
  • The euro is inconvenient to Ireland.
  • The pregnancy was inconvenient in each case.
  • In all the most inconvenient of places.
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incorrect in, for, on, about or with?

  • He is incorrect in this regard.
  • It is incorrect for two reasons.
  • Ken is not incorrect on that point.
  • You are incorrect about Sciences.
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"incredible for", "incredible to" or "incredible in"?

  • The camera is incredible for a 5mp cam.
  • Jim Nash is incredible in that.
  • This still seems incredible to me.
  • Bollywood is incredible with music.
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indebted to, for, in, by or with?

  • I am also greatly indebted to Mr.
  • Both of which I am very grateful and indebted for.
  • To each of them, I am indebted in a way.
  • It stunned a misguided fan of the Deeply Indebted by forecasting successive defeats at Chelski and MugSmasherLand.
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independent of, from, in, for or on?

  • Each is independent of the other.
  • LITCs are independent from the IRS.
  • Power is independent in nature.
  • We became independent for this.
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indian in, for, with, to or as?

  • There is nothing Indian in you.
  • I am planning to go to Indian for my H1 stamping.
  • He said in his speech, Indian with 1.
  • Yes, in 1967 Burt coaxed the Indian to 201.
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indicative of

  • Indicative of spiritual tribunals.
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indifferent to, about, towards, as or between?

  • I was indifferent to the election.
  • I am wholly indifferent about it.
  • He is indifferent towards Jake.
  • He seemed too indifferent as a vet caring for my dog.
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indigenous to, in, as, of or against?

  • We are indigenous to this planet.
  • The indigenous in the area are Maasai people.
  • N Indigenous as well as derailing that gravy-train many kiwis will come back.
  • We as the indigenous of a proficient GHD manufacturer.
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"indispensable to" or "indispensable for"?

  • Nobody is indispensable to anyone.
  • That makes him indispensable for us.
  • Nobody is indispensable in this game.
  • By being indispensable as a civilian volunteer I helped my husband's career.
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indistinguishable from, in, to, by or for?

  • Indistinguishable from other events.
  • They may not be absolute, but they're indistinguishable in practice.
  • The two have been indistinguishable to the Newport Smoking.
  • Obama and Romney will be indistinguishable by the end of the race and only Obama fans will show up to vote.
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ineffective in, at, for, against or as?

  • He was ineffective in the second half.
  • Microsoft has so far been ineffective at the reserve.
  • Chemo is ineffective for most forms of cancer.
  • Antibiotics are ineffective against viruses.
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ineligible for, by, due, to or under?

  • Many places IMGs are ineligible for it.
  • Those who are deemed ineligible by definition can not win.
  • Once widowed mother become ineligible due to her marriage next become eligible.
  • He's still ineligible to practice law in California.
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"inevitable in" or "inevitable for"?

  • It was inevitable in one sense.
  • Ageing is inevitable for us all.
  • Extreme stress is inevitable with moving.
  • There's nothing inevitable about it.
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infamous for, in, of, as or by?

  • BF3 is infamous for big patches.
  • The waves are infamous in the area.
  • The most infamous of these was the treaty of Nanjing.
  • In its early days Port Royal was infamous as a centre for piracy.
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infatuated with, by or in?

  • I had become infatuated with it.
  • The BBC were infatuated by the Seekers.
  • I don't think it's orchestrated per se but they do seem a little infatuated in their hate for me.
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inferior to, in, about, of or for?

  • The Jewish women are inferior to the men.
  • Yet all these tea were inferior in quality.
  • There is nothing inferior about you or me.
  • Be the inferior of no man, or of any men be superior.
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infinite in, of, by, to or for?

  • It's infinite in every direction.
  • That was the infinite of the muscles.
  • The argument really tries to reach the infinite by merely negating the finite.
  • His knowledge seemed infinite to us as children.
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influential in, on, of, to or for?

  • France is also very influential in the EU.
  • He is influential on this prakriti.
  • The most influential of his followers was A.
  • There are a number of influential tools out ther; i.
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inherent in, to, within or with?

  • It is inherent in the Dreaming.
  • But this is inherent to the source.
  • Make choices that radiate the power inherent within you.
  • There are some things inherent with that position.
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inimical to, towards, for or with?

  • Also, he is inimical to the believers.
  • You can not defeat it by being inimical towards it.
  • The observation that most adaptations of individuals are inimical for individuals or their genes but good for populations/species.
  • The minister (Grey) told the King that the pledge was inimical with the interests of the country.
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injurious to, for or in?

  • Smoking is injurious to health.
  • Likewise, poverty, joblessness, powerlessness and economic insecurity are injurious for human health.
  • However delay is particularly injurious in domestic violence cases.
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"innocent of" or "innocent in"?

  • You are completely innocent of it.
  • The PD is not innocent in this.
  • He is considered innocent by some.
  • I plead innocent to statistical illiteracy.
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innovative in, with, about, for or at?

  • It was just so innovative in every way.
  • This is hilarious! Innovative with humour.
  • There is nothing innovative about this.
  • That is quite innovative for us.
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"insecure about" or "insecure in"?

  • She was insecure about her looks.
  • She is insecure in her own body.
  • You both seem insecure with each other.
  • I have always felt insecure of myself because I AM SKINNY.
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insensitive to, in, towards, of or about?

  • So I'd not insensitive to that.
  • Yes, your opinion is insensitive in and of itself.
  • The AG is very insensitive towards public feelings.
  • That was very insensitive of Mrs.
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inseparable from, in, for, after or at?

  • LITTLETON Inseparable from Coke.
  • We were inseparable in being and Essence.
  • We'd been inseparable for twenty years.
  • We became inseparable after that.
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"insignificant in" or "insignificant to"?

  • It's all insignificant in the end.
  • The growth is insignificant to me.
  • No issue is too insignificant for these slimy shysters dude.
  • The assistance to GM is insignificant by comparison.
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instrumental in, to, for or of?

  • Instrumental in arranging it were Fr.
  • Therefore it is instrumental to.
  • You have truly been instrumental for my freedom.
  • This is instrumental of the city's desire to grow.
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"insufficient for" or "insufficient in"?

  • That was insufficient for the King.
  • I don't want to be insufficient in both areas.
  • But they proved insufficient to power even our new low energy fridge.
  • Courage is probably insufficient on its own.
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intact in, for, with, from or after?

  • This remains intact in the amendment.
  • But the killers were intact for almost 2.
  • Tag must be intact with the fish.
  • Their hearing is intact from birth, Nor are they dumb or lame of limb.
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integral to, in, of, for or over?

  • Integral to that agenda is race war.
  • See the integral in car physics.
  • After all, isn't climate the integral of weather.
  • All these details matter as they are integral for good engagement.
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intelligent in, of, with, for or about?

  • But more intelligent in other ways.
  • Deer are not the most intelligent of animals.
  • She's intelligent with an enviable work ethic.
  • He was too intelligent for that.
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"intense in" or "intense for"?

  • The traffic is intense in Japan.
  • It was too intense for the eyes.
  • Mom gets really intense with this sort of stuff).
  • It could get pretty intense at times.
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intent on, upon, in or of?

  • So be intent on your meditation.
  • Each is intent upon preaching his own nonsense.
  • I'd intent in working hard for my money.
  • Anyone intent of causing or contributing to civil unrest should stay away.
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interested in

  • But being interested in people.
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interesting to, for, in, about or with?

  • The content was interesting to me.
  • This has been interesting for me.
  • INTERESTING in capital letters.
  • Interesting about the scientists.
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internal to, as, in, of or rather?

  • One is internal to the company.
  • Im a little internal as? you describe.
  • The external joins the internal in unison in Salah.
  • Do the opposite -- be the most internal of internal departments.
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international in, at, for, on or with?

  • International in Bangkok and Mr.
  • Fourth One-Day International at Hambantota.
  • Spurs signed the Portugal international for 6.
  • Watch on CNN International on Saturday, June 16, at 4 a.
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intimate with, of, in, to or for?

  • We need to be intimate with him.
  • But I was never the intimate of those in the back row.
  • This is how one is intimate in villages.
  • They have become more intimate to us.
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intolerant of, to, towards, in or with?

  • The spouse is intolerant of adulterey.
  • Also intolerant to eggs and dairy.
  • But Europe is intolerant towards Muslims.
  • I am not being intolerant in my remarks.
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intrinsic to, in, about, as or within?

  • This is intrinsic to the dance.
  • It's so intrinsic in human nature, isn't it.
  • There is nothing intrinsic about a tree.
  • Collaboration has intrinsic as well as extrinsic value.
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"invaluable to", "invaluable for" or "invaluable in"?

  • Desley has been invaluable to me.
  • It is invaluable in that situation.
  • This has been invaluable for me.
  • Matty has been invaluable as a messenger.
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invisible to, in, from, for or on?

  • It's invisible to the audience.
  • This expression was invisible in Mr.
  • Easy to do and invisible from the outside.
  • We have been invisible for far too long.
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involved in or with?

  • Facts involved in the issue led W.
  • Gorman was not involved with the research.
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irish in, for, at, to or with?

  • You clearly have a lot of Irish in you.
  • That is Irish for School of Mary.
  • You didn't learn Irish at school.
  • This is very noticeable in Irish today.
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irrelevant to, in, for, of or as?

  • That's irrelevant to the study.
  • God became irrelevant in his life.
  • Reserves are irrelevant for banking.
  • Irrelevant of how legendary it can be.
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"irresponsible for" or "irresponsible of"?

  • Not to those irresponsible for their actions.
  • That would be irresponsible of me.
  • He is totally irresponsible in this regard.
  • Vod is very irresponsible with her.
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