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(IN-yoo-ate-ed) deformed, mutilated.
Also used to describe a person who is sick or sore.
Often used with the modifier "all".

1)The quiche looked fine until it was dropped on the floor, making it all inuated.
2)Yesterday he fell off his bike, so today he is all inuated, or maybe just his leg is inuated.
3)"How are you feeling?"
"I have the Flu; I'm all inuated."
by info@kathrinepiper.com August 25, 2006
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