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INFRINGE
violate; encroach
V
INGENIOUS / INGENUITY
clever; resourceful
A / N
INGENUOUS / INGENUE
naive and trusting; young; unsophisticated
A / N
INGRAINED
deeply established; firmly rooted
A
INGRATE
ungrateful person
N
INGRATIATE
become popular with
V
INHERENT
firmly established by nature or habit
A
INIHIBIT / INHIBITION
restrain; retard or prevent
V
INIMICAL
hostile; unfriendly
A
INIMITALBE
matchless; not able to be imitated
A
INIQUITOUS / INIQUITY
wicked; immoral; unrighteous
A
INITIATE
begin; originate; receive into a group
V
INJURIOUS
harmful
A
INKLING
hint
N
INNATE
inborn
A
INNOCUOUS
harmless
A
INNOVATION / INNOVATIVE / INNOVATE
change; introduction of something new
N / A / V
INNUENDO
hint; insinuation
N
INOPPORTUNE
untimely; poorly chosen
A
INORDINATE
unrestrained; excessive
A
INQUISTOR
questioner (esp. harsh); investigator
N
INSALUBRIOUS
unwholesome; not healthful
A
INSATIABLE
not easily satisfied; unquenchable; greedy
A
INSCRUTABLE
impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
A
INSENSATE
without feeling
A
INSENSIBLE
unconscious; unresponsive
A
INSIDIOUS
treacherous; stealthy; sly
A
INSIGHTFUL
discerning; perceptive
A
INSINUATE
hint; imply; creep in
V
INSIPID
lacking in flavor; dull
A
INSOLENCE / INSOLENT
impudent disrespect; haughtiness
N / A
INSOLVENT / INSOLVENCY
bankrupt; lacking money to pay
A / N
INSOMNIA
wakefulness; inability to sleep
N
INSOUCIANT
indifferent; without concern or care
A
INSTIGATE
urge; start; provoke
V
INSUBORDINATION / INSUBORDINATE
disobedience; rebelliousness
N / A
INSUBSTANTIAL
lacking substance; insignificant; frail
A
INSULARITY / INSULAR
narrow-mindedness; isolation
N / A
INSUPERABLE
insurmountable; unbeatable
A
INSURGENT // INSURGENCY
rebellious
A / N // N
INSURMOUNTABLE
overwhelming; unbeatable; unsuperable
A
INSURRECTION
rebellion; uprising
N
INTANGIBLE
not able to be perceived by touch; vague
A
INTEGRAL / INTEGRATE / INTEGRITY
complete; necessary for completeness
make whole; combine; make into one unit
uprightness; wholeness
A / V / N
INTELLECT
higher mental powers
N
INTELLIGENTSIA
intellectuals; members of the educated elite (often used derogatory)
N
INTER / INTERMENT
bury
V / N
INTERDICT
prohibit; forbid
V
INTERIM
meantime
N
INTERLOPER
intruder
N
INTERMINABLE
endless
A
INTERMITTENT
periodic; on and off
A
INTERNECINE
mutually destructive
A
INTERPOLATE
inserst between
V
INTERREGNUM
period between two reigns
N
INTERROGATE
question closely; cross-examine
V
INTERVENE / INTERVENTION
come between
V / N
INTIMATE
hint
V
INTIMIDATE / INTIMIDATION
frighten
V / N
INTRACTABLE
unruly; stubborn; unyielding
A
INTRANSIGENCE / INTRANSIGENT
refusal to any compromise; stubbornness
N / A
INTREPID
fearless
A
INTRINSIC
essential; inherent; built-in
A
INTROSPECTIVE / INTROSPECTION
looking within oneself
A / N
INTROVERT
one who is introspective; inclined to think more about oneself
N
INTRUDE
trespass; enter as an uninvited person
V
INTUITION ; INTUITIVE; INTUIT
immediate insight; power of knowing without reasoning
N / A / V
INUNDATE
overwhelm; flood; submerge
V
INURED
accustomed; hardened
A
INVALIDATE
weaken; destroy
V
INVECTIVE
abuse
V
INVEIGH
denounce; utter censure or invective
V
INVEIGLE
lead astray; wheedle
V
INVERSE
opposite
A
INVERT
turn upside down or inside out
V