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incense
enrage
incessant
w/o stopping
inchoate
in rudimentary stages, not fully or perfectly formed yet
nascent
in early stages
incisive
keen or perceptive
incognito
disguised
incumbent
one currently in office
constituents
voters who put one into office
incursion
sudden invasion
indefensible
unforgivable
indict
formally charged with a crime
indignant
angry
indubitable
unquestionable, arousing no doubt
induce
to persuade, to bring about
induct
to place ceremoniously in office
indulge
to give into craving
alacrity
cheerfull
celerity
quickness
recriminate
to accuse bitterly
infallible
cant fail
infamy
reputation for bad deeds
inert
inactive, unable to move
inestimable
too great to be estimated
infatuated
overly in love
infinitesimal
extremely small
infringe
violate by trespassing
infuriate
to outrage
inkling
hint, vague idea
innuendo
insinuation
innumerable
too mant to be counted
inquest
an official investigation
satiate
to satisfy
insatiable
never satisfied
insentient
unfeeling, insensitive
integral
necessary and essential
insubstantial
insignificant
intemperate
immoderate
interdict
to forbid
interpose
intervene
interregnum
the interval between reigns
intersperse
to mix with
intimation
suggestion
intimate
to suggest
ingratiate
to purposely bring into another's good grace
interject
to interrupt and interpolate
putative
alleged, supposed
insipid
dull and boring
vapid
insipid, dull and boring
vacuous
devoid of matter; stupid
demean
to lower in esteem, to degrade
gall
bitterness of feeling
redolent
emitting fragrance, reminescent of
unctuous
slimy, sketchy, of questionable intentions or reputation
baleful
evil
bane
fatal ruin
propitious
favorable and lucky
auspicious
favorable and lucky
delineate
explain; specify
supercilious
arrogant, haughty
hubris, hybris
excessive pride, arrogance
bumptious
arrogant
revulsive
disgusting and sickening
to condone
to allow
to sanction
to allow
to countenance
to allow
to brook
to allow
chasm
a deep crack in the earth's crust
crevice
narrow crack; fissure
crevasse
a deep fissure
gelid
icy cold
circumspect
cautious
wary
cautious
chary
cautious
punitive
of or related to punishment
impunity
exemption from punishment
liable
responsible
libel
lies written down about someone
petulant
ill tempered
obstreperous
noisily and stubbornly defiant
recalcitrant
resistant to authority
insidious
evil and stealthy
obviate
to make unnecessary
niche
area within a habitant occupied by an organism
abstruse
abstract
renown
popular and unknown
derivative
something that comes from something else
filial
of or related to son/daughter
armada
group of ships
kith
friends and neighbors
anthracite
type of coral
tally
to count up
census
official count of population
acrid
bitter
acrimony
bitterness
lull
to calm
bonfire
a large out door fire
conflagration
a huge destructive fire
holocaust
a huge destructive fire
frugal
careful not to waste money
parsimonious
stingy
spine of a cactus
prickly part
spine of a book
back of
stench
an odor
piquant
pleasantly pungent to taste; charming and interesting
-tomy-
root for cut
demographics
study of population trends
calligraphy
the study/practice of fine artistic writing
nihilism
rejection of all distinctions, immoral beliefs
poignant
emotionally stirring and touching
rivulet
a stream
truculent
belligerent