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  • iconoclast (n.)—one who attacks commonly held beliefs or institutions
  • idiosyncratic (adj.)—peculiar to one person; highly individualized
  • idolatrous (adj.)—excessively worshipping one object or person
  • ignominious (adj.)—humiliating, disgracing
  • illicit (adj.)—forbidden, not permitted
  • immerse (v.)—to absorb, deeply involve, engross
  • immutable a. (adj.)—not changeable; b. (adj.)—stoic, not susceptible to suffering
  • impeccable (adj.)—exemplary, flawless
  • impecunious (adj.)—desperately poor
  • imperative a. (adj.)—necessary, pressing; b. (n.)—a rule, command, or order
  • imperious (adj.)—commanding, domineering
  • impertinent (adj.)—rude, insolent
  • impervious (adj.)—impenetrable, incapable of being affected
  • impetuous (adj.)—rash; hastily done
  • impinge a. (v.)—to impact, affect, make an impression; b. (v.)—to encroach, infringe
  • implacable (adj.)—incapable of being appeased or mitigated
  • implement a. (n.)—an instrument, utensil, tool; b. (v.)—to put into effect, to institute
  • implicit (adj.)—understood but not outwardly obvious; implied [Opposite – Explicit]
  • impregnable (adj.)—resistant to capture or penetration
  • impudent (adj.)—casually rude, insolent, impertinent
  • inane (adj.)—silly and meaningless
  • inarticulate (adj.)—incapable of expressing oneself clearly through speech
  • incarnate a. (adj.)—existing in the flesh, embodied; b. (v.)—to give human form to
  • incendiary a. (n.)—a person who agitates; b. (adj.)—inflammatory, causing combustion
  • incessant (adj.)—unending
  • inchoate (adj.)—unformed or formless, in a beginning stage
  • incisive (adj.)—clear, sharp, direct
  • inclination (n.)—a tendency, propensity
  • incontrovertible (adj.)—indisputable
  • incorrigible (adj.)—incapable of correction, delinquent
  • increment (n.)—an enlargement; the process of increasing
  • incumbent a. (n.)—one who holds an office; b. (adj.)—obligatory
  • indelible—(of ink or a pen)—making marks that cannot be removed
  • indefatigable (adj.)—incapable of defeat, failure, decay
  • indigenous (adj.)—originating in a region
  • indigent (adj.)—very poor, impoverished
  • indignation (n.)—anger sparked by something unjust or unfair
  • indolent (adj.)—lazy
  • indomitable (adj.)—not capable of being conquered
  • induce (v.)—to bring about, stimulate
  • ineffable (adj.)—unspeakable, not able to be expressed in words
  • inept (adj.)—unsuitable or incapable, not qualified
  • inexorable (adj.)—incapable of being persuaded or placated
  • inextricable (adj.)—hopelessly tangled or entangled
  • infamy (n.)—notoriety, extreme ill repute
  • infusion (n.)—an injection of one substance into another
  • ingenious (adj.)—clever, resourceful
  • ingenuous (adj.)—innocent and candid
  • inhibit (v.)—to prevent, restrain, stop
  • inimical (adj.)—hostile, enemy-like
  • iniquity (n.)—wickedness or sin
  • injunction (n.)—an order of official warning
  • innate (adj.)—inborn, native, inherent
  • innocuous (adj.)—harmless, inoffensive
  • innovate (v.)—to do something in an unprecedented way
  • innuendo (n.)—an insinuation
  • inoculate (v.)—to vaccinate against a disease
  • inquisitor (n.)—one who inquires, especially in a hostile manner
  • insatiable (adj.)—incapable of being satisfied
  • insidious (adj.)—appealing, but imperceptibly harmful, seductive
  • insinuate (v.)—to suggest indirectly or subtly
  • insipid (adj.)—dull, boring
  • insolent (adj.)—rude, arrogant, overbearing
  • instigate (v.)—to urge, goad, provoke
  • insular (adj.)—separated and narrow-minded; tight-knit, closed off
  • insurgent (n.)—one who rebels
  • integral (adj.)—necessary for completeness
  • interject (v.)—to insert between other things
  • interlocutor (n.)—someone who participates in a dialogue or conversation
  • interminable (adj.)—without possibility of end
  • intimation (n.)—an indirect suggestion
  • intractable (adj.)—difficult to manipulate, unmanageable
  • intransigent (adj.)—refusing to compromise, often on an extreme opinion
  • intrepid (adj.)—brave in the face of danger
  • inundate (v.)—to flood with abundance
  • inure (v.)—to cause one to become accustomed or acclimated
  • invective (n.)—an angry verbal attack
  • inveterate (adj.)—stubbornly established by habit
  • irascible (adj.)—easily angered
  • iridescent (adj.)—showing rainbow colours
  • irreverence (n.)—disrespect
  • irrevocable (adj.)—incapable of being taken back





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