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increment
an increase
incorrigible
bad beyind correction
incontrovertible
undeniable
inconsequential
unimportant
incongruous
not appropriate; out of place
incoherent
rambling; not logically connected
incognito
disguised
inclined
favorable to one direction
inclement
harsh; unfavorable; sevire
incite
to stir up
incisive
sharp or keen perception
incipient
beginning to appear
inchoute
just beginning
incessant
contionuous; never ending
inception
start
incense
to anger
incendiary
causing fire or trouble
incarnate
in human form
incarnadine
blood-red; flesh-colored
incarcerate
to imprison
incapicitated
disabled
incandescent
very bright
inarticulate
unclear speech
inanimate
lifeless; dull; dead
inane
meaningless
inalienable
not able to be given to another
inadvertent
unintentional
impute
to accuse a person
impunity
freedom from punishment
impugn
to attack a person verbally
impudent
disrespectful
improvident
wasteful
impropriety
pertaining to something that is not proper or suitable
impromptu
without planning
impregnable
unconquerable
imprecation
a curse
impotent
powerless
impartune
to beg
import
significance; to bring in from a foreign country
implicit
suggested, but not plannely stated
impetus
a stimulus
implication
an indirect suggestion
implement
a tool; to carry off
impetuous
impulsive
implausible
unbelievable
implacable
inflexible
impinge
to collide
impervious
not cappable of beeing effected
imperturbable
calm
impertinent
rude
impermeable
not permitting passage
imperious
domineering
imperative
very necessary
impending
likely to happen soon
impel
push into action
impediment
an obstruction
impede
to block
impecunious
without money
impeccable
perfect
impeach
to accuse
impasse
a dead-end; a problem without a solution.
impartial
without prejudice; neutral
impalpable
vague; not understandable
impale
to pierce with a sharp stake through the body
impair
to weaken; to cause to become worse
immutable
unchangeable
immunity
freedom from disease; protected
immortal
not subject to death
immolate
to kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
imminent
likely to happen; threatening
immaculate
spotless; pure
imbue
to fill completely
imbroglio
a difficult or confusing situation.
imbibe
to drink; to absorb
illustrious
distinguished; bright
iconoclast
one who breaks with tradition
idealist
one with very high principles
idiosyncracy
a peculiar trait
idiomatic
language peculiar to a group
idyllic
charmingly simple or poetic
idolatry
worship of idols
igneous
pertaining to fire
ignoble
dishonorable
ignominious
shameful; disgraceful
ilk
type; sort; kind
illicit
unlawful; illegal
illiterate
uneducated
illusory
misleading impression
illumine
to brighten; to inspire
incriminate
to connect to a crime
incubus
nightmare
inculcate
to influence someone to accept an idea
incumbent
resting or lying; one who holds a political office
incur
to bring upon ones self
incursion
a raid
indefatigable
untiring
indelible
incapable of being erased
indemnify
to repay for a loss
indicative
signifying; implying
indict
to charge with a crime; to accuse of a wrongdoing
indifferent
neutral; lacking preference
indiginous
native to a particular area; inborn
indigent
extremely poor
indignant
angry as a result of unjust treatment
indiscriminate
at random
indoctrinate
to teach someone a set of beliefs
indolence
laziness
indomitable
unconquerable
indubitable
unquestionable
induce
to bring about
indulgence
gentle treatment; pampering
inebriated
drunk
ineffable
unspeakable
ineluctable
inevitable
inept
unfit
inert
not moving
inevitable
unavoidable; will happen
inexorable
unyielding
infallible
without mistakes
infamous
notorious; scandalous
infamy
shocking or brutal
infantile
immature
infer
to derive by reasoning; imply
infernal
fiendish
infidel
unbeliever
infinitesimal
very small
infirmity
weakness; feebleness
influx
a flowing in
infraction
the breaking of a law
infringe
to violate
ingenious
clever
ingenuous
simple; pleasent
ingrate
ungrateful person
ingratiate
to work one's way into another's favor
inherent
inborn
innocuous
harmless
innovate
to be creative; begin anew
innuendo
indirect remark
inordinate
excessive
insatiable
unable to be satisfied
inscrutable
mysterious
insidious
treacherous
insightful
having a penetrating understanding of things; mentally alert and sharp
insinuate
to hint; to suggest
insipid
tasteless; bland; boring
insolent
boldly disrespectful
insolvent
boldly disrespectful
insouciant
carefree
instigate
to stir up(trouble)
insular
detached or isolated
insuperable
uncounqerable
insurgence
rebellion
insurrection
uprising
intact
left whole
intangible
vague or untouchable; abstract
integral
essential
integrate
unify; to bring together
integrity
honesty
inter
to bury
interdict
to prohibit; to block
interim
period of time between acts
interiocutor
one who takes part in a conversation
interioper
an intruder
interlude
a period of time between two events
interminable
endless
intermittent
periodic
interpose
to place between
interregnum
period in which a nation is without a permenent leader; pause
intimate
private; to imply
intimidate
threaten
intolerant
bigoted
intractable
hard to manage
intransigent
stubborn
intrepid
courageous
intrinsic
essential
introspective
looking into one's self
intuitive
insightful
inundate
to fill until overflowing
inured
accustomed to
invalidate
make null and void
invariably
constantly; without changing
invective
strong verbal abuse
inveigh
a bitter verbal attack
inveigle
trick or deceive
inveterate
firmly established; deep-rooted
invidious
causing resentment; offensive
invigorate
to fill with energy
invoke
to call upon
iota
a small amount
irascible
easily angered
ire
anger; wrath
iridescent
a wide range of colors
irksome
annoying
ironic
unexpected
irrational
unreasonable; unpredictable
irreconcilable
unable to agree
irredeemable
hopeless
irremidiable
unable to be changed or cured
irrepressible
unable to be restrained
irresolute
doubtful
irreverent
disrepectful
irrevocable
unchangeable
itinerant
moving from place to place