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25 terms

SAT List 17

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hardy
adj- bold; brave; capable of withstanding harsh conditions
heed
verb- notice; pay attention to
imminent
adj- about to take place; happening soon
impair
verb- weaken in strength or value
impassive
adj- without feeling; expressionless
impede
verb- get in the way; hinder
impetuous
adj- making quick decisions and taking sudden action; hasty; impulsive
inadvertent
adj- unintentional
inane
adj- silly; insignificant
incessant
adj- continuous; endless
incite
verb- arouse to action; stir up; foment
incompatible
adj- incapable of existing together in peace
incredulous
adj- unwilling or unable to believe
indolent
adj- lazy
induce
verb- cause to happen; bring about
inert
adj- lacking movement; inactive; sluggish
infiltrate
verb- penetrate by passing through gaps; enter secretly and become established, such as a spy might do in an enemy organization
ingenuous
adj- naive; unsophisticated; inexperienced
innate
adj- having a quality that arises from within, rather than learned or acquired from the outside; native; inborn
innovation
noun- a new idea or product; a new way of doing something that is so much better, it causes other to copy it
insolent
adj- rude; haughty
intermittent
adj- occurring at intervals; periodic; not constant or continual
intractable
adj- stubborn; immovable
invert
verb- turn upside down or inside out; reverse position
irresolute
adj- indecisive; unsure