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Identified =
I defined it.
La Noitan, TE, 1913

Ignorant =
No rating.
Evening Star, Telegraph Twisters, 1905

Imperators =
A prime sort.
Author unknown

Impersonation =
Apers in motion.
K.T. Did, TE, 1923

Impetus =
Time's up!
Author unknown

Income taxes =
Exact monies.
Jemand, date unknown

Incomprehensible =
Problem in Chinese.
Gemini, TE, 1929

Inconsiderateness =
Is in sense "Don't care".
Arty Ess, C, 1905

Inconsistent =
N is, n is not, etc.
Wrong Font, TE, 1943

In Davy Jones' locker =
No "Jack" lives yonder.
O.N.E. One, NP, 1905

Indomitableness =
Endless ambition.
Author unknown

Infantile paralysis ~
is an early spinal fit.
Amaranth, TE, 1912

The Infernal Regions =
No final resting here!
Viking, TE, 1931

The inheritance tax =
An heir? Then exact it.
J.H. Wickham, 1935

Innominate =
No name in it.
Spud, TE, 1922

Innumerable =
A number line.
Balmar, AP, 1900

Inroads
No raids.
Viking, TE, 1964

The insane asylums =
See a sly man shut in.
Amaranth, TE, 1911

Insensate =
Anti-sense.
Amaranth, TE, 1924

Insurance policies =
Coin is in sure place.
Lateo, TE, 1924

Insurgent =
Gets run in.
M.C.S., C, 1899

Insurgent =
I rent guns.
Balmar, AP, 1900

Insurgent =
Unresting.
Barnyard, TE, 1921

Insurrection =
Ruction risen.
Balmar, Perplexities, 1900

The insurrectionist =
He incites riot's turn.
Esperance, AP, 1902

Integral calculus =
Calculating rules.
Ralph, C, 1902

Intelligentsia =
An elite listing.
Archimedes, TE, 1938

The International Morse Code =
Those radio men once learnt it.
Viking, TE, 1972

In the gloaming =
Main light gone.
Amaranth, TE, 1916

In the South Sea islands =
A thousand islets shine.
Ellsworth, TE, 1925

An intolerable condition =
One ill I don't, I cannot, bear.
Amaranth, TE, 1924

Intoxicate =
Excitation.
Rex, AP, 1900

In union there is strength =
Herein the strong's in unit.
Cincinnatus, Merion Maze, 1898

Intrusion =
Is to run in.
M.C.S., C, 1901

Ireland =
Erin, lad.
Author unknown

The Irish Nation =
Oh, that is in Erin.
Author unknown, Notes & Queries, 1851

Is pity love? =
Positively!
Author unknown, Walsh's Handbook of Literary Curiosities1892

Italian =
A Latin, I.
Welred, The Black Imp, 1899

It's all Greek to me =
Gee, talker, I'm lost.
Wabbit, TE, 1990

 

Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott =
A novel by a Scottish writer.
Arcanus, NT, 1896

 

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  • AG = Anagram Genius.
  • AP = The Ardmore Puzzler.
  • B&O = Baltimore & Ohio Magazine.
  • C = Complications (aka Inter-Ocean).
  • F-SP = The Four-Star Puzzler.
  • GD = Golden Days.
  • NT = The National Tribune.
  • NP = The Newark Puzzler.
  • TE = The Enigma.
  • TEE = The Eastern Enigma.
  • WW = Word Ways

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