- variant of in-2 before b, m, p: imbrute; immigrate; impassion.
- variant of in-3 before b, m, p: imbalance; immoral; imperishable.
- variant of in-1 before b, m, p: imbed; immure; impose.
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Word Origin and History for im-
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