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IN- and IM-, the Latin way to say "not." UN-, the Old English way to say "not." AB-, the Latin way to say "away from," "off."

Interminable

not having an end; endless

Incorrigible

unable to be corrected or reformed

Impious

lacking reverence; disrespectful

Incorporeal

having no body or substance

Intrepid

without fear; brave, courageous

Inviolable

secure from violation; invincible

Unfettered

unchained; free or liberated

Unfounded

lacking a sound basis; groundless & untrue; unsubstantiated

Unflappable

controlled, unruffled; not showing excitement

Unscathed

unharmed, uninjured

Unorthodox

not following established or traditional practices

Abhor

to intensely dislike someone or something

Abdicate

to surrender, to give away, to relinquish power formally

Abstain

to voluntarily avoid, or stay away from doing something

Aberrant

deviating from the proper course; deviating from what is normal; untrue to type

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