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impediment
a barrier; an obstruction
impel
push into motion; urge
impending
likely to happen soon
imperetive
extremely necessary
imperious
domineering; haughty
impermeable
not permitting passage
impertinent
rude; disrespectful
imperturbable
steady; calm
impervious
not capable of being affected; hardened
impetuous
acting without thought; impulsive
impetus
a stimulus; a moving force
impinge
to strike; to collide; to encroach
impious
disrespectful toward God
implacable
unbending; inflexible; merciless
implausible
unbelievable
implement (two meanings)
a tool (n); to carry out or put into practice (v)
implication
an indirect indication; a statement that suggests something
implicit
suggested, but not plainly expressed
imply
to suggest
import (two meanings)
significance; meaning (n); to bring in from a foreign country (v)
importune
to persistently ask; to beg
impostor
a person who goes about under an assumed name or character
impotent
powerless; lacking strength
imprecation
a curse
impregnable
unconquerable
impromptu
without preparation; offhand
impropriety
pertaining to something that is not proper or suitable
improvise
to do without preparation
impudent
disrespectful; shamless
impugn
to attack a person with words; to challenge a person in regard to motives
impunity
freedom from punishment
impute
to accuse a person of some wrongdoing; to attribute a fault or a crime to a person