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    In- means Nothing

    The prefix "In-" in front of a word will usually change the meaning of the word to its opposite (for example):
    active / inactive
    accurate / inaccurate
    Humane / inhumane
    etc

    Can you think of a word that adding the prefix "In-" to word does NOT change the meaning of the word at all?

    Steve

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    Re: In- means Nothing

    flammable - inflammable

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