AP English Vocab 7

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inanimate
lifeless
inaugurate
to install in office with a formal ceremony
incapacitate
to deprive of strength or ability
incendiary
deliberately setting or causing fires; designed to start fires
incest
sexual relations with a close relative
incur
to come into/acquire; to become liable to one's actions
inept
unskilled; clumsy
infuse
To inject; to fill something or someone with
inquest
an investigation; an inquiry
insinuate
to suggest or hint slyly
insurrection
a violent uprising against an authority or government
integral
necessary for completeness
intercede
to plead on behalf of someone else
interlope
To intrude or interfere wrongly
intern
temporarily imprison; to restrict within prescribed limits
intrusive
Tending to intrude/thrust without invitation/welcome
inverse
opposite
invocation
The act of calling up a spirit
invoice
A form describing the goods or services sold, the quantity, and the price
irrelevant
not to the point, not applicable or pertinent