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SAT Words 23/50

Divided from the set "SAT Words (5000) - freevocabulary.com"
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illogical
Contrary to the rules of sound thought.
illuminant
That which may be used to produce light.
illuminate
To supply with light.
illumine
To make bright or clear.
illusion
An unreal image presented to the senses.
illusive
Deceptive.
illusory
Deceiving or tending to deceive, as by false appearance.
imaginable
That can be imagined or conceived in the mind.
imaginary
Fancied.
imbibe
To drink or take in.
imbroglio
A misunderstanding attended by ill feeling, perplexity, or strife.
imbrue
To wet or moisten.
imitation
That which is made as a likeness or copy.
imitator
One who makes in imitation.
immaculate
Without spot or blemish.
immaterial
Of no essential consequence.
immature
Not full-grown.
immeasurable
Indefinitely extensive.
immense
Very great in degree, extent, size, or quantity.
immerse
To plunge or dip entirely under water or other fluid.
immersion
The act of plunging or dipping entirely under water or another fluid.
immigrant
A foreigner who enters a country to settle there.
immigrate
To come into a country or region from a former habitat.
imminence
Impending evil or danger.
imminent
Dangerous and close at hand.
immiscible
Separating, as oil and water.
immoral
Habitually engaged in licentious or lewd practices.
immortalize
To cause to last or to be known or remembered throughout a great or indefinite length of time.
immovable
Steadfast.
immune
Exempt, as from disease.
immutable
Unchangeable.
impair
To cause to become less or worse.
impalpable
Imperceptible to the touch.
impartial
Unbiased.
impassable
That can not be passed through or over.
impassible
Not moved or affected by feeling.
impassive
Unmoved by or not exhibiting feeling.
impatience
Unwillingness to brook delays or wait the natural course of things.
impeccable
Blameless.
impecunious
Having no money.
impede
To be an obstacle or to place obstacles in the way of.
impel
To drive or urge forward.
impend
To be imminent.
imperative
Obligatory.
imperceptible
Indiscernible.
imperfectible
That can not be perfected.
imperil
To endanger.
imperious
Insisting on obedience.
impermissible
Not permissible.
impersonal
Not relating to a particular person or thing.
impersonate
To appear or act in the character of.
impersuadable
Unyielding.
impertinence
Rudeness.
imperturbable
Calm.
impervious
Impenetrable.
impetuosity
Rashness.
impetuous
Impulsive.
impetus
Any impulse or incentive.
impiety
Irreverence toward God.
impious
Characterized by irreverence or irreligion.
implausible
Not plausible.
impliable
Capable of being inferred.
implicate
To show or prove to be involved in or concerned
implicit
Implied.
imply
To signify.
impolitic
Inexpedient.
importation
The act or practice of bringing from one country into another.
importunate
Urgent in character, request, or demand.
importune
To harass with persistent demands or entreaties.
impotent
Destitute of or lacking in power, physical, moral, or intellectual.
impoverish
To make indigent or poor.
impracticable
Not feasible.
impregnable
That can not be taken by assault.
impregnate
To make pregnant.
impromptu
Anything done or said on the impulse of the moment.
improper
Not appropriate, suitable, or becoming.
impropriety
The state or quality of being unfit, unseemly, or inappropriate.
improvident
Lacking foresight or thrift.
improvise
To do anything extemporaneously or offhand.
imprudent
Heedless.
impudence
Insolent disrespect.
impugn
To assail with arguments, insinuations, or accusations.
impulsion
Impetus.
impulsive
Unpremeditated.
impunity
Freedom from punishment.
impure
Tainted.
impute
To attribute.
inaccessible
Difficult of approach.
inaccurate
Not exactly according to the facts.
inactive
Inert.
inadequate
Insufficient.
inadmissible
Not to be approved, considered, or allowed, as testimony.
inadvertent
Accidental.
inadvisable
Unadvisable.
inane
Silly.
inanimate
Destitute of animal life.
inapprehensible
Not to be understood.
inapt
Awkward or slow.
inarticulate
Speechless.
inaudible
That can not be heard.