26 terms

chapter 2 vocabulary

Not,not and not
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inadequate
(sometimes followed by 'to') not meeting the requirements especially of a task
inaccessible
capable of being reached only with great difficulty or not at all
inclement
used of persons or behavior
intolerable
impossible to tolerate or endure
inhospitable
not hospitable
insatiable
impossible to satiate or satisfy
improbable
not likely to be true or to occur or to have occurred
immortal
not subject to death
immobilized
unable to move
disarm
take away the weapons from
disadvantage
the quality of having an inferior or less favorable position
discredit
cause to be distrusted or disbelieved
disgrace
a state of dishonor
disloyal
showing lack of love for your country
distrust
doubt about someone's honesty
disconcerted
having self-possession upset
disregard
willful lack of care and attention
dissolved
separated or undone; broken apart
disinherit
To deprive of an inheritance.
unable
(usually followed by 'to') not having the necessary means or skill or know-how
unabridged
not shortened
unaffected
undergoing no change when acted upon
unaltered
not changed
untouchable
not capable of being obtained
impassable
blocked so that nothing can go through
immoral
violating principles of right and wrong