[in-som-nl-uh ns] /ɪnˈsɒm nl əns/
a troubled week of insomnolence.
[in-suh-muhch, -soh-] /ˌɪn səˈmʌtʃ, -soʊ-/ adverb 1. to such an extent or degree; so (usually followed by that). 2. inasmuch (usually followed by as). /ˌɪnsəʊˈmʌtʃ/ adverb 1. foll by as or that. to such an extent or degree 2. (foll by as) because of the fact (that); inasmuch (as) late 14c. as a phrase; tending […]
insorption in·sorp·tion (ĭn-sôrp’shən) n. Movement of substances from the intestinal tract into the blood.
[in-soo-see-uh ns; French an-soo-syahns] /ɪnˈsu si əns; French ɛ̃ suˈsyɑ̃s/ noun 1. the quality of being ; lack of care or concern; indifference. n. 1799, from French insouciant “carelessness, thoughtlessness, heedlessness,” from in- “not” (see in- (1)) + se soucier “to care,” from Latin sollicitare “to agitate” (see solicit).
[in-soo-see-uh nt; French an-soo-syahn] /ɪnˈsu si ənt; French ɛ̃ suˈsyɑ̃/ adjective 1. free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant. /ɪnˈsuːsɪənt/ adjective 1. carefree or unconcerned; light-hearted adjective unconcerned, undisturbed; carefree and nonchalant Word Origin Latin in- + soucier ‘to disturb’ adj. 1829, from French insouciant “careless, thoughtless, heedless,” from in- “not” (see in- (1)) […]