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IMMACULATE
spotless; flawless; absolutelyclean
A
IMMINENT
near at hand; impending
A
IMMOBILITY
state of being immovable
N
IMMOLATE
offer as a sacrifice
V
IMMUNE / IMMUNITY
resistant to; free or exempt from
A
IMMURE
imprison; shut up in confinement
V
IMMUTABLE
unchangeable
A
IMPAIR
injure; hurt
V
IMPALE
pierce
V
IMPALPABLE
imperceptible; intangible
A
IMPARTIAL
not biased; fair
A
IMPASSABLE
not able to be traveled or croseed
A
IMPASSE
predicament from which there is no escape
N
IMPASSIVE
without any feeling; imperturbable; stoical
A
IMPEACH
charge with crime in office; indict
N
IMPECCABLE
faultless
A
IMPECUNIOUS
without money
A
IMPEDE / IMPEDIMENT
hinder; block
hindrance; stumbling-block
V / N
IMPEL
drive or force onward
V
IMPENDING
nearing; approaching
A
IMPENETRABLE
not able to be pierced or entered; beyond understanding
A
IMPENITENT
not repentant
A
IMPERATIVE
absolutely necessary; critically important
A / N
IMPERCEPTIBLE
unnoticeble; undetectable
A
IMPERIAL
like an emperor; related to an empire
A
IMPERIOUS / IMPERIOUSNESS
domineering; haughty
A / N
IMPERMEABLE
impervious; not permitting passage through its substance
A
IMPERTINENT / IMPERTINENCE
insolent; rude
A
IMPERTURABLE
calm; placid
A
IMPERVIOUS
impenetrable; incable of being damaged or distressed
A
IMPETUOUS
violent; hasty; rash
A
IMPETUS
moving force; incentive; stimulus
N
IMPIETY / IMPIOUS
irreverence; lack of respect to God
N
IMPINGE
infringe; touch; collide with
V
IMPIOUS
irreverent
A
IMPLACABLE
incapable of being pacified
A
IMPLAUSIBLE
unlikely; unbelievable
A
IMPLEMENT
put into effect; supply with tools
V / N
IMPLICATE
incriminate; show to be involved
V
IMPLICATION
something hinted at or suggested
N
IMPLICIT
understood but not stated
A
IMPLODE
burst inward
V
IMPLORE
beg
V
IMPLY
suggest a meaning not expressed; signify
V
IMPOLITIC
not wise
A
IMPONDERABLE
weightless
A
IMPORT
significance
N
IMPORTUNATE
urging; demanding
A
IMPOSTURE
assuming a false identity; masquerade
N
IMPOTENT
weak; ineffective
A
IMPRECATION
curse
N
IMPREGNABLE
invulnerable
A
IMPROMPTU
without previous preparation; off the cuff; on the spur of the moment
A
IMPROPRIETY
improperness; unsuitableness
N
IMPROVIDENT /IMPROVIDENCE
thiftless
A / N
IMPROVISE
compose on the spur of the moment
V
IMPRUDENT
lacking caution; injudicious
A
IMPUDENCE
impertinenence; insolent
N
IMPUGN
dispute or contradict (often in an insulting way); challenge; gainsay
V
IMPUISSANCE
powerlessness; feebleness
N
IMPUNITY
freedom from punishment or harm
N
IMPUTE
attribute; ascribe
V
INADVERENTLY
unintentionally; by oversight; carelessly
ADV
INALIENABLE
not to be taken away; nontransferable
A
INANE /INANITY
silly; senseless
A
INANIMATE
lifeless
A
INARTICULATE
speechless; producing indistinct speech
A
INAUGURATE
begin formally; install in office
V
INCANDESCENT
strikingly bright; shining with intense heat
A
INCANTATION
singing or chanting of magic spells; magical formula
N
INCAPACITATE
disable
V
INCARCERATE
imprison
V
INCARNATE / INCARNATION
endowed with flesh; personified
Act of assuming a human body and human nature
A / N
INCENDIARY
arsonist
N / A
INCENSE
enrage; infuriate
V
INCENTIVE
spur; motive
N
INCEPTION
start; beginning
N
INCESSANT
uninterrupted; unceasing
A