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25 terms

Kaplan 500 Hardest (Set 13)

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Impugn
(verb) to call into question; to attack verbally.
Incarnadine
(adjective), blood red in color.
Inchoate
(adjective). Not fully formed; disorganized...
Inculcate
(verb) to teach; impress in the mind.
Indolent
(adjective), habitually lazy or idle.
Inexorable
(adjective) inflexible; unyielding.
Ingenuous
(adjective) showing innocence or childlike simplicity.
Ingrate
(noun), ungrateful person.
Ingratiate
(verb) to gain favor with another by deliberate effort; to seek to please someone so as to gain an advantage.
Inimical
(adjective) hostile; unfriendly.
Iniquity
(noun) sin; evil act.
Innocuous
(adjective), harmless.
Inquest
(noun) an investigation; an inquiry.
Insipid
(adjective) lacking interest or flavor.
Insurrection
(noun) rebellion.
Inter
(verb) to bury.
Interregnum
(noun) a period between reigns.
Intractable
(adjective). Not easily managed or manipulated.
Intransigent
(adjective), uncompromising; refusing to be reconciled.
Intrepid
(adjective), fearless; resolutely courageous.
Inundate
(verb) to overwhelm; to cover with water.
Inure
(verb) to harden; accustom; become used to.
Invective
(noun), abusive language.
Investiture
(noun) ceremony conferring authority.
Invidious
(adjective), envious, obnoxious, or offensive; likely to promote ill will.