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indigent
destitute, improvished
indisposed
mildly ill
indolent
slothful, faineant
indulgent
lenient,forbearing, merciful, clement
indurate
make hard, solidify
industriousness
diligence in task
ineffable
can't express in words
ineluctable
inevitable
inexorable
adament, obdurate
inexorable creditors, advance of science
infirm
weak, decrepit
industriousness
diligence in task
ineffable
can't express in words
ineluctable
can't be avoided
inexorable
adament, obdurate
infirm
weak, decrepit
inflame
aggrevate
infelicitous
inappropriate application; defective; unhappy
infelicitous remark, infelicitious circumstance
ingenuous
artless, innocent
dissemble
intent to deceive
raffish
dashing; carefree unconventionality, disreputableness
ingrate
ungrateful person
ingratiating
gain/win favor
inimical
unfriendly
inimi = enemy
iniquity
gross injustice
modicum
small/moderate amt
innocuous
harmless
insensate
lack human feeling
insentient
devoid of feeling or conciousness
discern
distinguish
insight
able to discern true situation; penetration
insinuate
introduce oneself subtly; give impression
He insinuated himself into the conversation of people at a nearby table
insipid
flat, jejune, banal, vapid (lack taste or flavour, significance or liveliness)
insolent
an insolent child
insouciant
casual, nonchalant concern
instate
establish into rank
instigate
abet
instill
put in drops; into someone's mind
insuboridinate
contumacious, insurgent, rebellious
insular
isolated, narrow-minded, parochial (provincial)
insulate
isolate
integral
essential to completeness
intemperate
excessive, unrestrained
inter
(bury) place in tomb or grave; between
intercede
intervene between differing parties
interdict
forbid in authorative manner
interim
between interval of time
interregnum
time between two reigns
cholar
irritated feeling, petulant
inundate
flood, overwhelm
inure
accustom to something undesirable, wont
invective
insulting, abusive language, opprobrious
inveigh
protest/complain bitterly
inveigle
lure, entice by ingenuity, blarney