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inadvertent
unintentional
inalienable
not able to be transferred to another
inane
silly; meaningless
inanimate
lifeless; dull; dead
inarticulate
pertaining to speech that is not clear or understandable
incandescent
very bright; shining
incapacitated
disabled; unable to function
incarcerate
to imprison
incarnadine
blood-red; flesh-colored
incarnate
in human form
incendiary
causing fire; stirring up trouble
incense
to inflame; to enrage
incentive
something that incites to action
inception
beginning; start
incessant
continuous; without pause
inchoate
at an early stage; just beginning
incipient
beginning to exist or appear
incisive
sharp; keen
incite
to urge to action; to stir up
inclement
harsh; unfavorable; severe (usually refers to weather)
incognito
disguised
incoherent
rambing; not logically connected
incongruous
unsuited; inappropriate
inconsequential
unimportant
incontrovertible
certain; undeniable
incorrigible
bad beyond correction or reform
incredulous
skeptical; disbelieving
increment
an increase; a gain
incriminate
to charge with a crime; to connnect or relation to a wrong doing
incubus
nightmare
inculcate (in or upon)
to teach earnestly; to influence someone to accept an idea
incumbent (two meanings)
resting or lying down (adj); one who holds a political office (n)
incur
to bring upon oneself; to run into some undesirable consequence