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List 5

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."
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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