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Impulsion

n. A strong urge to do something; an impulse

Impunity

n. freedom from punishment or harm

Impute

v. to attribute a fault or a crime or a virtue to a person

Inadvertent

adj. done unintentionally

Inane

adj. Silly; stupid

Inapt

adj. Not suitable or appropriate in the circumstances

Inbred

adj. 1.Produced by inbreeding 2.Existing in a person, animal, or plant from birth

Incandescent

adj. 1. showing extreme anger or happiness 2. extremely good, special or skilled

Incapacitate

v. 1. Prevent from functioning in a normal way

Incarcerate

v. 1. Imprison 2. confine in a particular place

Incendiary

adj. 1. (of a device or attack) Designed to cause fires 2.Tending to stir up conflict 3. Very exciting

Inchmeal

adj. 1.By inches; little by little

Inchoate

adj. only recently or partly formed, or not completely developed or clear

Incidental

adj.1. minor 2. Occurring by chance in connection with something else " 3.Liable to happen as a consequence of (an activity)

Incipient

adj. in an initial stage; beginning to happen or develop

Incite

v. , provoke or stir up

Incomprehensible

adj. impossible or extremely difficult to understand

Incongruous

adj. Not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something

Inconsequential

adj. Not important or significant

Incontrovertible

adj. unquestionable, beyond dispute

Indelible

adj. (of ink or a pen) Making marks that cannot be removed, Not able to be forgotten or removed

Indict

v. formally accuse of or charge with a serious crime

Indigence

n. a state of extreme poverty or destitution

indigenous

adj. Originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native

Indignant

adj. Feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment

Indiscernible

adj. Impossible to see clearly or understand

Indiscreet

adj. saying or doing things which let people know things that should be secret or which embarrass people

Indiscriminate

adj. done at random or without careful judgment

Indispensable

adj. Essential

Indistinct

adj. not clear in mostly shape

Indivisible

adj. Unable to be divided or separated

Indolence

n. Avoidance of activity or exertion; laziness

Indomitable

adj. Impossible to subdue or defeat

Induct

v. place formally in office; install; admit as a member; initiate; "

Induction

n. process of deriving general principles from particular facts

Inebriated

adj. drunk, intoxicated

Ineffable

adj. Indescribable

Inept

adj. Not skilled or effective

Inert

adj. unmoving; lethargic; sluggish; not energetic or interesting

Inexhaustible

adj. unlimited; unable to use up

Inexorable

adj. unstoppable

Inexpedient

adj. Not practical, suitable, or advisable

Inexplicable

adj. unable to be explained or understood

infamous

adj. famous for something considered bad

Infamy

n. he state of being well known for some bad quality or deed

Infernal

adj. characteristic of or resembling hell

Infest

v. inhabit in numbers large enough to be harmful

Infidel

n. person who does not believe in religion or who adheres to a religion other than one's own

Infirm

adj. lacking physical strength or vitality

Infirmary

n. a health facility where patients receive treatment

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