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Bowyer Vocab 17

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intemperate
not moderate
interdict
to forbid, prohibit
interlocutor
someone taking part in a dialog
interloper
trespasser; meddler in others affairs
internecine
deadly to both sides
interpolate
to insert; to change by adding new words or material
interpose
to insert; to intervene
interregnum
interval between reigns
intractable
not easily managed
intransigent
uncompromising; refusing to be reconciled
intrepid
fearless
intrinsic
inherent; internal
inure
to harden; accustom; become used to
invective
verbal abuse
investiture
ceremony confirming authority
inveterate
confirmed, longstanding, deeply rooted
invidious
likely to provoke ill-will, offensive
inviolable
safe from violation or assault
iota
very tiny amount
irascible
easily angered
itinerant
wandering from place to place, unsettled
jaded
tired by excess or overuse; slightly synical
jaundiced
yellowish discoloration of the skin;prejudiced or inbittered
jingoism
beligerant support of one's country
jocular
jovial, playful, humorous
juggernaut
huge force destroying everything in its path
juncture
point where two things are joined
juxtaposition
set together side by side
knell
sound of a funeral bell, omen of death or failure
kudos
fame, glory, honor
lachrymose
tearful
laconic
using few words
lapidary
relating to precious stones
lassitude
lethargy, sluggishness
legerdemain
trickery
libertine
one without moral restraint
licentious
immoral, unrestrained by society
linguistics
the study of language
lissome
easily fixed, limber agile
lithe
moving and bending with ease; graceful