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immaculate
spotless, flawless, absolutely clean
impalpable
imperceptible, intangible
impassable
not able to be traveled or crossed
impassive
without feeling, imperturbable, stoical
impeccable
faultless
impediment
hindrance, stumbling-block
impale
pierce
impart
reveal or tell; grant
impasse
predicament from which there is no escape; deadlock
impeach
charge with crime in office, indict
impecunious
without money
impel
drive or force onward
impenetrable
not able to be pierced or entered, beyond understanding
impending
nearing, approaching
impenitent
not repentant
imperative
absolutely necessary; critically important
imperceptible
unnoticeable, undetectable
imperious
domineering, haughty
impermeable
impervious, not permitting passage through its substance
impertinent
insolent, rude
imperturbable
calm, placid, composed
impervious
impenetrable, incapable of being damaged or distressed
impetuous
violent, hasty, rash
impetus
incentive, stimulus, moving force
impiety
irreverence, lack of respect for God
impinge
infringe, touch, collide with
impious
irreverent
implacable
incapable of being pacified
implicate
incriminate, show to be involved
implication
something hinted at or suggested
implicit
understood but not stated
importunate
urging, demanding
importune
beg persistently
impotent
weak, ineffective
impregnable
invulnerable
impropriety
improperness, unsuitableness
improvident
thriftless
impudence
impertinence, insolence
impugn
dispute or contradict (often in an insulting way), challenge, gainsay
impunity
freedom from punishment or harm
inalienable
not to be taken away
inanimate
lifeless
inarticulate
speechless, producing indistinct speech
incandescent
strikingly bright, shining with intense heat
inaugurate
start, initiate, install in office
incapacitate
disable
incarnation
act of assuming a human body and human nature
incendiary
arsonist
incense
enrage, infuriate
incentive
spur, motive
inception
start, beginning
incarcerate
imprison
incessant
uninterrupted, unceasing
imperial
like an emperor, related to an empire