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INCHOATE
recently begun; rudimentary; elementary
A
INCIDENCE
rate of occurence; particular occurrence
N
INCIDENTAL
not essential; minor
A
INCIPIENT
beginning
A
INCISIVE / INCISION
cutting;sharp
A / N
INCITE
arouse to action; goad; motivate; induce to exist
V
INCLEMENT
stormy; unkind
A
INCLINE / INCLINED
slope; slant
tending or leaning toward; bent
N / A
INCLUSIVE
tending to include all
A
INCOGNITO
with identity concealed; using an assumed name
ADV / A
INCOHERENT / INCOHERENCE
unintelligible; muddled; illogical
A / N
INCOMMODIOUS
not spacious; inconvenient
A
INCOMPATIBLE / INCOMPATIBILITY
inharmonious
A / N
INCONGRUITY / INCONGRUOUS
lack of harmony; absurdity
N / A
INCONSEQUENTIAL
insignificant; unimportant
A
INCONSISTENCY / INCONSISTENT
state of being self-contradictory; lack of uniformity or steadiness
N / A
INCONTINENT
lacking self-restraint; licentious
A
INCONTROVERTIBLE
indisputable; not open to question
A
INCORPORTATE
introduce something into a larger whole; combine; unite
V / A
INCORPOREAL
lacking a material body; insubstantial
A
INCORRIGIBLE
uncorrectable
A
INCREDULITY / INCREDULOUS
tendency to disbelief
withholding belief; skeptical
N / A
INCREMENT
increase
V
INCRIMINATE
accuse; serve as evidence against
V
INCRUSTATION
hard coating or crust
N
INCUBATE
hatch
V
INCUBUS
burden; mental care; nightmare
N
INCULCATE
teach
V
INCUMBENT
obligatory; currently holding an office
A
INCUR
bring upon oneself
V
INCURSION
temporary invasion
N
INDEFATIGABLE
tireless
A
INDELIBLE
not able to be erased
A
INDEMNIFY
make secure against lost; compensate for loss
V
INDENTATION / INDENT
notch; deep recess
N / V
INDENTURE
bind as servant or aprrentice to master
V / N
INDETERMINATE
uncertain; not clearly fixed; indefinite
A
INDICATIVE
suggestive; implying
A
INDICES / INDEX
signs; indications
N
INDICT / INDICTMENT
charge
V / N
INDIFFERENT
unmoved or unconcerned by; mediocre
A
INDIGENCE // INDIGENT
poverty
poor; destitute
N // A/N
INDIGENOUS
native
A
INDIGNATION
anger at an injustice
N
INDIGNITY
offensive or insulting treatment
N
INDISCRIMINATE
choosing at random; confuse
A
INDISPUTABLE
too certain to be disputed
A
INDISSOLUBLE
permanent
A
INDITE
write; compose
V
INDOLENT / INDOLENCE
lazy
A / N
INDOMITABLE
unconquerable; unyielding
A
INDUBITABLE
unable to be doubted; unquestionable
A
INDUCE / INDUCEMENT
persuade; bring about
V
INDUCTIVE
pertaining to induction or proceeding from the specific to the general; leading on
A
INDULGENT
humoring; lenient; yielding
A
INDUSTRIOUS / INDUSTRY
diligent; hard-working
A / N
INEBRIATED
habitually intoxicated; drunk
A
INEFFABLE
unutterable; cannot be expressed in speech
A
INEFFECTUAL
not effective; weak
A
INELUCTABLE
irresistible; not to be escaped
A
INEPT; INEPTNESS
lacking skill; unsuited; incompetent
A / N
INEQUITY / INEQUITABLE
unfairness
N
INERRANCY
infallibility
N
INERT / INERTIA
inactive; lacking power to move
A / N
INEVITABLE
unavoidable
A
INEXORABLE
relentless; unyielding; implacable
A
INFALLIBLE
unerring
A
INFAMOUS
notoriously bad
A
INFANTILE
childish; infantlike
A
INFER / INFERENCE
deduce; conclude
V / N
INFERNAL
pertaining to hell; devilish
A
INFIDEL
unbeliever
N
INFILTRATE
pass into or through; penentrate (an organization) sneakily
V
INFINITESIMAL
very small
A
INFIRMITY
weakness
N
INFLATED
exaggerated; pompous; enlarged (with air or gas)
A
INFLUX
flowing into
N
INFRACTION
violation (of a rule or regulation); breach
N