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Iconoclast
One who attacks common beliefs or institutions
Idiosyncratic
Peculiar to one person; highly individualized
Idolatrous
Excessively worshiping one object or person
Ignominious
Humiliating, disgracing
Illicit
Forbidden, not permitted
Immutable
Not changeable
Impassive
Stoic, not susceptible to suffering
Impeccable
Exemplary, flawless
Impecunious
Poor
Imperative
Necessary, pressing OR a rule, command, or order
Impertinent
Rude, insolent
Impetuous
Rash, hastily done
Impinge
To affect, impact, make an impression OR to encroach, infringe
Implacable
Incapable of being appeased or mitigated
Implement
An instrument, utensil, tool OR to put into effect, to institute
Implicate
To involve in an incriminating way, incriminate
Impregnable
Resistant to capture or penetration
Impudent
Casually rude, insolent, impertinent
Impute
To ascribe, blame
Inane
Silly and meaningless
Inarticulate
Incapable of expressing oneself clearly through speech
Incarnate
Existing in flesh, embodied OR to give human form to
Incendiary
A person who agitates OR inflammatory, causing combustion
Incessant
Unending
Inchoate
Unformed or formless, in a beginning stage
Incisive
Sharp, clear, direct
Incorrigible
Incapable of correction, delinquent
Incumbent
One who holds an office OR obligatory
Indefatigable
Incapable of defeat, failure, decay
Indigent
Very poor, impoverished, destitute
Indignation
Anger sparked by something unjust or unfair
Indomitable
Incapable of being conquered
Ineffable
Unspeakable, incapable to be expressed in words
Inept
Not suitable or capable, unqualified
Inexorable
Incapable of being persuaded or placated
Infusion
An injection of one substance into another; the permeation of one substance by another
Ingenuous
Not deviant; innocent and candid
Inimical
Hostile, enemylike
Iniquity
Wickedness or sin
Injunction
An order of official warning
Innocuous
Harmless, inoffensive
Innuendo
An insinuation
Inoculate
To introduce a microorganism, serum, or vaccine into an organism in order to increase immunity to illness; to vaccinate
Inquisitor
One who inquires, especially in a hostile manner
Insatiable
Incapable of being satisfied
Insidious
Appealing but imperceptively harmful, seductive
Insolent
Rude, arrogant, overbearing
Instigate
To urge, goad
Insular
Separated and narrow-minded; tight-knit, closed off
Insurgent
One who rebels
Integral
Necessary for completeness
Interject
To insert between other things
Interlocutor
Someone who participates in dialogue or conversation
Interminable
Without possibility of end
Intimation
An indirect suggestion
Intractable
Difficult to manipulate, unmanageable
Intransigent
Unwilling to compromise, often on an extreme opinion
Inundate
To flood with abundance
Inure
To cause someone or something to become accustomed to a situation
Invective
An angry verbal attack
Inviolable
Secure from assault
Irascible
Easily angered
Iridescent
Showing rainbow colors