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944. IDEAL adj. perfect; not real; imaginary. 945. IDENTICAL adj. exactly alike; the same. 946. IDEOLOGY n. the ideas or doctrines of a group. 947. IDLE adj. inactive; unemployed; useless 948. IDYLLIC adj. picturesque; pastoral; simple. 949. IGNOBLE adj. dishonorable lowly. 950. IGNORANT adj. lacking knowledge; unlearned; uninformed 951. IGNORE v. to refuse to acknowledge or pay attention to. 952. ILLEGAL adj unlawful; not permitted by the law; illicit 953. ILLICIT adj. unlawful; illegal 954. ILLUSORY adj. deceptive; unreal 955. ILLUSTRIOUS adj. famous; celebrated; distinguished 956. IMAGINARY adj. not real; existing in the imagination 957. IMAGINATIVE adj. creative; having a lively imagination; inventive. 958. IMITATE v. to copy; mimic; act like; simulate; emulate 959. IMMACULATE adj. pure; unblemished; dean. 960. IMMATURE adj. not fully grown or developed; unripe. 961. IMMENSE adj. very large; huge; boundless; vast 962. IMMIGRANT n. one who comes to settle in a new country. 963. IMMINENT adj. impending; soon to occur; approaching. 964. IMMORAL adj. not conforming to moral standards; indecent 965. IMMORTAL adj. not subject to death; eternal; imperishable. 966. IMMUNE adj. exempt; not able to catch a disease 967. IMMUTABLE adj. unchangeable. 96S. IMPACT n. a collision; striking together; effect 969. IMPAIR v. to worsen; injure. 970. IMPARTIAL adj. unprejudiced; not biased; fair. 971. IMPASSIVE adj. unfeeling; expressionless; motionless. 972. IMPATIENT adj. eager; anxious; not willing to wait; restless. 973. IMPECCABLE adj. faultless; irreproachable. 974. IMPEDE v. to hinder; obstruct. 975. IMPENDING adj. approaching; imminent. 976. IMPERATIVE adj. expressing a command; mandatory; urgent 977. IMPEREECT adj. faulty; defective; not perfect. 978. IMPERTINENT adj. presumptuous; rude; insolent 979. IMPERVIOUS adj. impenetrable; unable to be affected. 980. IMPETUOUS adj. impulsive; brash 981. IMPETUS n. stimulus; impulse; the encouragement needed to do something. 982. IMPLACABLE adj. not able to be satisfied or changed; relentless; unyielding. 983. IMPLANT v. to insert or place in something usually a living body. 984. IMPLAUSIBLE adj. not likely to be true; unbelievable. 985. IMPLEMENT v. to enact; put into effect; provide with means. 986. IMPLICATE v. to show that someone participated or was involved especially in a crime; involve 987. IMPLICATION n. something implied or hinted of; an inference 988. IMPLICIT adj. implied; inherent 989. IMPLORE v. to beg; to beseech. 990. IMPLY v. to suggest; indicate in directly; hint 991. IMPOLITE adj. discourteous; rude; not polite. 992. IMPORT v. to bring products into one country from another. 993. IMPOSE v. to force on; inflict; be a burden on; inflict 994. IMPOSING adj. impressive; grind; stately. 995. IMPOSITION n. placement of something usually a burden or difficulty. 996. IMPOSTOR n. a person who pretends to he someone else 997. IMPOTENT adj. weak; powerless; sterile 998. IMPOUND v. to seize and keep by law; to confiscate 999. IMPOVERISH v. to make poor. 1000. IMPRACTICAL adj. not realistic; not sensible. 1001. IMPRECISE adj. not exact; vague. 1002. IMPRESSIVE adj. causing admiration; awesome; grand 1003. IMPRISON v. to send to jail; to incarcerate. 1004. IMPROBABLE adj. unlikely; farfetched 1005. IMPROMPTU adj. without preparation; extemporaneous. 1006. IMPROPER adj. not suitable; unseemly; indecent; incorrect 1007. IMPROPRIETY n. something that lacks proper behavior or standards. 1008. IMPROVE v. to make heifer; enhance. 1009. IMPROVISE v. perform without preparation; create on the spot 1010. IMPRUDENT adj. unwise; thoughtless; rash 1011. IMPUDENT adj. impertinent; disrespectful 1012. IMPULSIVE adj. spontaneous; acting on impulse; impetuous; madcap. 1013. IMPUNITY n. without risk or fear of punishment 1014. INACCESSIBLE adj. impossible or difficult to reach. 1015. INACTIVE adj. idle; not being used; dormant; inert 1016. INADVERTENTLY adv. unintentionally; accidentally; carelessly. 1017. INALIENABLE adj not transferable; not able to be taken way. 1018. INARTICULATE adj. lacking facility in speech; incomprehensible. 1019. INCESSANT adj. uninterrupted; unceasing; continuous 1020. INCIDENTAL adj. accidental; minor; nonessential 1021. INCISIVE adj. penetrating; sharp; trenchant 1022. INCITE v. to provoke to action; stimulate; instigate. 1023. INCLUSIVE adj. including everything; comprehensive. 1024. INCOMPATIBLE adj. not able to get along together; inharmonious 1025. INCOMPETENT adj. not capable; unfit; inept 1026. INCONGRUOUS adj. inconsistent; inharmonious; inappropriate. 1027. INCONSEQUENTIAL adj. insignificant; lacking importance; trivial 1028. INCONSISTENT adj. erratic; lacking uniformity; contradictory 1029. INCORPORATE v. to combine together; unite with; add 1030. INCREDIBLE adj. unbelievable; extraordinary. 1031. INDECISIVE adj. unable to decide; hesitant; inconclusive. 1032. INDIFFERENT adj. lacking concern; apathetic; unbiased 1033. INDIGENOUS adj. native; intrinsic 1034. INDIGENT adj. impoverished; poor; penniless 1035. INDISCRIMINATE adj. not selective; random; confused 1036. INDOLENT adj. lazy. 1037. INDUCE v. to persuade; incite; cause. 1038. INDULGE v. to give in to desire; gratify a craving; pamper; spoil 1039. INDUSTRIOUS adj. hardworking; diligent; busy. 1040. INEPT adj. inappropriate; unfit; incompetent; awkward 1041. INERT adj. unable to move 1042. INEVITABLE adj. certain to occur; unavoidable. 1043. INEXPERIENCED adj. lacking experience; unskilled 1044. INFAMOUS adj. notoriously bad or evil 1045. INFECTIOUS adj. capable of spreading; contagious 1046. INFERENCE n. conclusion from evidence; presumption. 1047. INFERIOR adj. lower in rank or quality; lesser. 1048. INFEST v. to invade; pervade; overrun. 1049. INFINITESIMAL adj. immeasurably small; minute. 1050. INFLICT v. to impose; harmfully cause. 1051. INFLUENTIAL adj. able to influence or affect things; powerful 1052. INFORMAL adj. casual; not fancy; unofficial; relaxed 1053. INFORMATIVE adj. instructive; providing information or news 1054. INGENIOUS adj. clever; inventive; imaginative. 1055. INGREDIENTS n. components of a mixture; constituents. 1056. INHABIT v. to live, dwell or reside in 1057. INHERENT adj. intrinsic; essential; inborn. 1058. INHOSPITABLE adj. unfriendly; barren; not able to support 1059. INIMITABLE adj. unique; matchless. 1060. INITIAL adj. placed at the beginning; first 1061. INITIATE v. to begin; start; originate; instruct; admit in. 1062. INITIATIVE n. ability to start something; leadership; first step. 1063. INJURY n. a wound; damage; injustice. 1064. INNATE adj. inherent; inborn 1065. INNOCUOUS adj. harmless. 1066. INNOVATION n. something newly introduced; a change. 1067. INNOVATIVE adj. creative; novel; inventive. 1068. INNUENDO n. an insinuation or hint; derogatory implication. 1069. INORDINATE adj. unrestricted; excessive 1070. INQUIRY n. an investigation; question; dose examination 1071. INQUISITIVE adj. curious; prying. 1072. INSATIABLE adj. not capable of being satisfied; greedy. 1073. INSENSITIVE adj. unfeeling; not sensitive; harsh; callous 1074. INSIGHT n. sudden understanding; discernment; intuition 1075. INSIGNIFICANT adj. trivial; unimportant, not significant. 1076. INSINCERE adj. hypocritical; deceitful; not sincere 1077. INSINUATE v. to suggest indirectly; imply deviously; hint at 1078. INSOLENT adj. arrogant; impertinent 1079. INSPECT v. to examine for flaws; look at carefully; review. 1080. INSPIRATION n. an insight; stimulation; divine instigation 1081. INSTALL v. to put in office; set up far use; conned up. 1082. INSTANTLY adv. at once; immediately; without delay. 1083. INSTIGATE v. to provoke; incite; foment 1084. INSTINCTIVE adj. spontaneous; inborn; natural; deep-seated 1085. INSTITUTE v. to establish; organize; begin; initiate. 1086. INSURMOUNTABLE adj. not capable of being overcome. 1087. INTEGRATE v. to combine separate things; bring together. 1088. INTEGRITY n. completeness; uprightness; honesty. 1089. INTELLECTUAL n. a smart and informed person; deep thinker. 1090. INTELLIGIBLE adj. comprehensible; understandable. 1091. INTENSE adj. strong; acute; extreme; deeply felt 1092. INTENSIVE adj. concentrated extreme; exhaustive. 1093. INTERMINABLE adj. endless; continual 1094. INTERMITTENT adj. stopping and starting again at intervals; periodic 1095. INTERNAL adj. located within; inherent; domestic; subjective. 1096. INTERRUPT v. to stop; make a gap in; intrude upon. 1097. INTERSECT v. to cut across or through; overlap. 1098. INTERVAL n. a gap in time or distance between things 1099. INTIMIDATE v. to make timid; frighten; overawe; threaten. 1100. INTOXICATE v. to become drunk; stimulate; excite. 1101. INTRANSIGENT adj. uncompromising. 1102. INTREPID adj. fearless 1103. INTRICATE adj. complex difficult to comprehend; complicated 1104. INTRIGUING adj. interesting; mysterious; exciting curiously. 1105. INTRINSIC adj. essential; inherent 1106. INTRODUCTORY adj. serving to introduce; prefatory. 1107. INTROSPECTIVE adj contemplative. 1108. INTRUDE v. to thrust in without being welcome or invited 1109. INTUITION n. the act of knowing instinctively; insight 1110. INUNDATE v. to overwhelm; flood 1111. INVALID n. a chronically sick or disabled person. 1112. INVALID adj. not valid; unjustifiable; without legality. 1113. INVALUABLE adj. of immeasurably high value; priceless 1114. INVARIABLE adj. unchanging; constant 1llS. INVASION n. a forced entry; infringement; attack 1116. INVERT v. to turn inside out or upside down; reverse. 1117. INVESTIGATE v. to examine or inquire into in detail 1118. INVIGORATE v. to give strength or vitality to; animate. 1119. INVINCIBLE adj. unconquerable; not able to be defeated 1120. INVITING adj. attractive; tempting; alluring. 1121. INVOLVED adj. complicated; complex; intricate; incriminated 1122. INVULNERABLE adj. incapable of being attacked; impregnable 1123. IRATE adj. angry; enraged 1124. IRONIC adj. contrary to what is expected; sarcastic 1125. IRRELEVANT .adj. not applicable; not pertinent 1126. IRREPARABLE adj. incapable of being repaired or amended 1127. IRRESOLUTE adj. uncertain hew to ad; vacillating; indecisive. 1128. IRRITABLE adj. having a bad temper; testy; easily annoyed 1129. ISOLATE v. to set apart; separate; single-out
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