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59 Cards in this Set

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hypocritical
pharisaical, sanctimonious
iconoclast
one who attacks settled beliefs
idiosyncrasy
peculiar, distinctive behavioural character
idyll
carefree episode/experience
ignominy
deep personal disgrace, humiliation
illuminati
person unusually enlightened
imbibe
absorb by drinking
bibe = drink
im = in
imbue
diffuse, soak
imbroglio
violently confused misunderstanding
spurious
intended to deceive
immaculate
chaste, unblemished
immanent
in man
immaterial
not relevant/important
incorporeal
incipient
partly formed
incipient civil disorder
immemorial
existing since beyond limits of memory
imminent
close, pending
imminent danger
eminent
prominent
soporific
drug inducing sleep
immure
close within walls
impassion
ardent
impassive
callous, make insensitive
impertinence
disrespectful
impervious
not passable
friable
easily broken
impecunious
poor, desitute, penurious
impenitent
not feeling regret, not remorseful
imperious
arrogant assurance
impertinent
meddlesome, insolent rudeness
insolent
casual disrespect
imperturable
extreme calm
impiety
impiousness, by disrespect for God
implacable
impossible to appease
implode
collapse inward
importune
beg persistantly
impresario
promoter of entertainment
imprudent
careless, unwise
impugn
contravene, gainsay
impuissance
powerless
inane
devoid of intelligence
innocuous
harmless
jejune
malnutrition, immature
sapless
weak
incarnate
embody
incendiary
cend = cand
deliberate burning of property
insense
infuriate, umbrage
inception
source, root
inchoate
partly in existence
incinerate
cause to burn to ashes
incisive
keen, acute
incite
instigate, abet, forment
inclement
harsh, intemperate
incogitant
brash, thoughtless
incontrovertible
incontestable, indubitable
inscrutable
cryptic
inculcate
instill
inculpate
incriminate, impeach, arraign
incumbent
obligatory
incursion
hostile entrance into territory
indeminity
compensations, insurance, restitution