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Iconoclast
one who attacks traditional beliefs
Idealism
pursuit of noble goals
Idiosyncrasy
peculiarity of temperament, eccentricity
Ignominious
disgraceful and dishonorable
Illicit
illegal, improper
Illusory
unreal, deceptive
Illustrious
famous, renowned
Immaculate
spotless, free from error
Immerse
to bate, dip, to engross, preoccupy
Immune
exempt, protected from harm or disease, unresponsive to
Immutable
unchangeable, invariable
Impair
to damage, injure
Impasse
blocked path, dilemma with no solution
Impassive
showing no emotion
Impeach
to charge with misdeeds in public office, accuse
Impeccable
flawless, without fault
Impecunious
poor, having no money
Impediment
barrier, obstacle, speech disorder
Imperious
arrogantly self-assured, domineering, overbearing
Impertinent
rude
Impervious
impossible to penetrate, incapable of being affected
Impetuous
quick to act without think
Implacable
inflexible, incapable of being pleased
Implicate
to involve in a crime, incriminate
Implicit
implied, not directly expressed
Importune
to ask repeatedly, beg
Impotent
powerless, ineffective, lacking strength
Impoverish
to make poor or bankrupt
Imprecation
curse
Impregnable
totally safe from attack, able to resist defeat
Impudent
arrogant, audacious
Impugn
to call into question, attack verbally
Inane
foolish, silly, lacking significance
Inaugurate
to begin or start officially, to induct into office
Incandescent
shining brightly
Incarcerate
to put in jail, to confine
Incendiary
combustible, flammable, burning easily
Incense (v.)
to infuriate, enrage
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Inception
beginning
Incessant
continuous, never ceasing
Inchoate
imperfectly formed or formulated
Incipient
beginning to exist or appear, in an initial stage
Incisive
perceptive, penetrating
Incognito
in disguise, concealing one's identity
Incontrovertible
unquestionable, beyond dispute
Incorrigible
incapable of being corrected
Incredulous
skeptical, doubtful
Inculcate
to teach, impress in the mind
Indefatigable
never tired
Indelible
permanent, not erasable