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  1. ichthyicadj.Fish-like
  2. ichthyologyn.The branch of zoology that treats of fishes
  3. ichthyosaursn.A fossil reptile
  4. icilyadv.Frigidly
  5. icinessn.The state of being icy
  6. iconn.An image or likeness
  7. iconoclastn.An image-breaker
  8. idealizev.To make to conform to some mental or imaginary standard
  9. idiomn.A use of words peculiar to a particular language
  10. idiosyncrasyn.A mental quality or habit peculiar to an individual
  11. idolizev.To regard with inordinate love or admiration
  12. ignobleadj.Low in character or purpose
  13. ignominiousadj.Shameful
  14. Iliadn.A Greek epic poem describing scenes from the siege of Troy
  15. illegaladj.Not according to law
  16. illegibleadj.Undecipherable
  17. illegitimateadj.Unlawfully begotten
  18. illiberaladj.Stingy
  19. illicitadj.Unlawful
  20. illimitableadj.Boundless
  21. illiterateadj.Having little or no book-learning
  22. ill-naturedadj.Surly
  23. illogicaladj.Contrary to the rules of sound thought
  24. illuminantn.That which may be used to produce light
  25. illuminatev.To supply with light
  26. illuminev.To make bright or clear
  27. illusionn.An unreal image presented to the senses
  28. illusiveadj.Deceptive
  29. illusoryadj.Deceiving or tending to deceive, as by false appearance
  30. imaginableadj.That can be imagined or conceived in the mind
  31. imaginaryadj.Fancied
  32. imbibev.To drink or take in
  33. imbroglion.A misunderstanding attended by ill feeling, perplexity, or strife
  34. imbruev.To wet or moisten
  35. imitationn.That which is made as a likeness or copy
  36. imitatorn.One who makes in imitation
  37. immaculateadj.Without spot or blemish
  38. immaterialadj.Of no essential consequence
  39. immatureadj.Not full-grown
  40. immeasurableadj.Indefinitely extensive
  41. immenseadj.Very great in degree, extent, size, or quantity
  42. immersev.To plunge or dip entirely under water or other fluid
  43. immersionn.The act of plunging or dipping entirely under water or another fluid
  44. immigrantn.A foreigner who enters a country to settle there
  45. immigratev.To come into a country or region from a former habitat
  46. imminencen.Impending evil or danger
  47. imminentadj.Dangerous and close at hand
  48. immiscibleadj.Separating, as oil and water
  49. immoraladj.Habitually engaged in licentious or lewd practices
  50. immortalizev.To cause to last or to be known or remembered throughout a great or indefinite length of time
  51. immovableadj.Steadfast
  52. immuneadj.Exempt, as from disease
  53. immutableadj.Unchangeable
  54. impairv.To cause to become less or worse
  55. impalpableadj.Imperceptible to the touch
  56. impartialadj.Unbiased
  57. impassableadj.That can not be passed through or over
  58. impassibleadj.Not moved or affected by feeling
  59. impassiveadj.Unmoved by or not exhibiting feeling
  60. impatiencen.Unwillingness to brook delays or wait the natural course of things
  61. impeccableadj.Blameless
  62. impecuniousadj.Having no money
  63. impedev.To be an obstacle or to place obstacles in the way of
  64. impelv.To drive or urge forward
  65. impendv.To be imminent
  66. imperativeadj.Obligatory
  67. imperceptibleadj.Indiscernible
  68. imperfectibleadj.That can not be perfected
  69. imperilv.To endanger
  70. imperiousadj.Insisting on obedience
  71. impermissibleadj.Not permissible
  72. impersonaladj.Not relating to a particular person or thing
  73. impersonatev.To appear or act in the character of
  74. impersuadableadj.Unyielding
  75. impertinencen.Rudeness
  76. imperturbableadj.Calm
  77. imperviousadj.Impenetrable
  78. impetuosityn.Rashness
  79. impetuousadj.Impulsive
  80. impetusn.Any impulse or incentive
  81. impietyn.Irreverence toward God
  82. impiousadj.Characterized by irreverence or irreligion
  83. implausibleadj.Not plausible
  84. impliableadj.Capable of being inferred
  85. implicatev.To show or prove to be involved in or concerned
  86. implicitadj.Implied
  87. implyv.To signify
  88. impoliticadj.Inexpedient
  89. importationn.The act or practice of bringing from one country into another
  90. importunateadj.Urgent in character, request, or demand
  91. importunev.To harass with persistent demands or entreaties
  92. impotentadj.Destitute of or lacking in power, physical, moral, or intellectual
  93. impoverishv.To make indigent or poor
  94. impracticableadj.Not feasible
  95. impregnableadj.That can not be taken by assault
  96. impregnatev.To make pregnant
  97. impromptun.Anything done or said on the impulse of the moment
  98. improperadj.Not appropriate, suitable, or becoming
  99. improprietyn.The state or quality of being unfit, unseemly, or inappropriate
  100. improvidentadj.Lacking foresight or thrift
  101. improvisev.To do anything extemporaneously or offhand
  102. imprudentadj.Heedless
  103. impudencen.Insolent disrespect
  104. impugnv.To assail with arguments, insinuations, or accusations
  105. impulsionn.Impetus
  106. impulsiveadj.Unpremeditated
  107. impunityn.Freedom from punishment
  108. impureadj.Tainted
  109. imputev.To attribute
  110. inaccessibleadj.Difficult of approach
  111. inaccurateadj.Not exactly according to the facts
  112. inactiveadj.Inert
  113. inadequateadj.Insufficient
  114. inadmissibleadj.Not to be approved, considered, or allowed, as testimony
  115. inadvertentadj.Accidental
  116. inadvisableadj.Unadvisable
  117. inaneadj.Silly
  118. inanimateadj.Destitute of animal life
  119. inapprehensibleadj.Not to be understood
  120. inaptadj.Awkward or slow
  121. inarticulateadj.Speechless
  122. inaudibleadj.That can not be heard
  123. inbornadj.Implanted by nature
  124. inbredadj.Innate
  125. incandescencen.The state of being white or glowing with heat
  126. incandescentadj.White or glowing with heat
  127. incapacitatev.To deprive of power, capacity, competency, or qualification
  128. incapacityn.Want of power to apprehend, understand, and manage
  129. incarceratev.To imprison
  130. incendiaryn.Chemical or person who starts a fire-literally or figuratively
  131. incentiven.That which moves the mind or inflames the passions
  132. inceptionn.The beginning
  133. inceptiveadj.Beginning
  134. incessantadj.Unceasing
  135. inchmealadv.Piecemeal
  136. inchoateadj.Incipient
  137. inchoativen.That which begins, or expresses beginning
  138. incidencen.Casual occurrence
  139. incidentn.A happening in general, especially one of little importance
  140. incidentallyadv.Without intention
  141. incineratev.To reduce to ashes
  142. incipiencen.Beginning
  143. incipientadj.Initial
  144. incisorn.A front or cutting tooth
  145. incitev.To rouse to a particular action
  146. incitementn.That which moves to action, or serves as an incentive or stimulus
  147. incoercibleadj.Incapable of being forced, constrained, or compelled
  148. incoherencen.Want of connection, or agreement, as of parts or ideas in thought, speech, etc
  149. incoherentadj.Not logically coordinated, as to parts, elements, or details
  150. incombustibleadj.That can not be burned
  151. incomparableadj.Matchless
  152. incompatibleadj.Discordant
  153. incompetencen.General lack of capacity or fitness
  154. incompetentadj.Not having the abilities desired or necessary for any purpose
  155. incompleteadj.Lacking some element, part, or adjunct necessary or required
  156. incomprehensibleadj.Not understandable
  157. incompressibleadj.Resisting all attempts to reduce volume by pressure
  158. inconceivableadj.Incomprehensible
  159. incongruousadj.Unsuitable for the time, place, or occasion
  160. inconsequentialadj.Valueless
  161. inconsiderableadj.Small in quantity or importance
  162. inconsistentadj.Contradictory
  163. inconstantadj.Changeable
  164. incontrovertibleadj.Indisputable
  165. inconvenientadj.Interfering with comfort or progress
  166. indefensibleadj.Untenable
  167. indefinitelyadv.In a vague or uncertain way
  168. indelibleadj.That can not be blotted out, effaced, destroyed, or removed
  169. indescribableadj.That can not be described
  170. indestructibleadj.That can not be destroyed
  171. indicantadj.That which points out
  172. indicatorn.One who or that which points out
  173. indictv.To find and declare chargeable with crime
  174. indigencen.Poverty
  175. indigenousadj.Native
  176. indigentadj.Poor
  177. indigestibleadj.Not digestible, or difficult to digest
  178. indigestionn.Difficulty or failure in the alimentary canal in changing food into absorptive nutriment
  179. indignantadj.Having such anger and scorn as is aroused by meanness or wickedness
  180. indignityn.Unmerited contemptuous conduct or treatment
  181. indiscernibleadj.Not perceptible
  182. indiscreetadj.Lacking wise judgment
  183. indiscriminateadj.Promiscuous
  184. indispensableadj.Necessary or requisite for the purpose
  185. indistinctadj.Vague
  186. indivertibleadj.That can not be turned aside
  187. indivisibleadj.Not separable into parts
  188. indolencen.Laziness
  189. indolentadj.Habitually inactive or idle
  190. indomitableadj.Unconquerable
  191. inductv.To bring in
  192. indulgencen.The yielding to inclination, passion, desire, or propensity in oneself or another
  193. indulgentadj.Yielding to the desires or humor of oneself or those under one's care
  194. inebriatev.To intoxicate
  195. inedibleadj.Not good for food
  196. ineffableadj.Unutterable
  197. inefficientadj.Not accomplishing an intended purpose
  198. inefficiencyn.That which does not accomplish an intended purpose
  199. ineligibleadj.Not suitable to be selected or chosen
  200. ineptadj.Not fit or suitable
  201. inertadj.Inanimate
  202. inestimableadj.Above price
  203. inevitableadj.Unavoidable
  204. inexcusableadj.Not to be justified
  205. inexhaustibleadj.So large or furnishing so great a supply as not to be emptied, wasted, or spent
  206. inexorableadj.Unrelenting
  207. inexpedientadj.Unadvisable
  208. inexpensiveadj.Low-priced
  209. inexperiencen.Lack of or deficiency in experience
  210. inexplicableadj.Such as can not be made plain
  211. inexpressibleadj.Unutterable
  212. inextensibleadj.Of unchangeable length or area
  213. infallibleadj.Exempt from error of judgment, as in opinion or statement
  214. infamousadj.Publicly branded or notorious, as for vice, or crime
  215. infamyn.Total loss or destitution of honor or reputation
  216. inferencen.The derivation of a judgment from any given material of knowledge on the ground of law
  217. infernaladj.Akin to or befitting hell or its occupants
  218. infestv.To be present in such numbers as to be a source of annoyance, trouble, or danger
  219. infideln.One who denies the existence of God
  220. infidelityn.Disloyalty
  221. infiniteadj.Measureless
  222. infinityn.Boundless or immeasurable extension or duration
  223. infirmadj.Lacking in bodily or mental strength
  224. infirmaryn.A place for the reception or treatment of the sick
  225. infirmityn.A physical, mental, or moral weakness or flaw
  226. inflammableadj.Easily set on fire or excited
  227. inflammationn.A morbid process in some part of the body characterized by heat, swelling, and pain
  228. inflexibleadj.That can not be altered or varied
  229. influencen.Ability to sway the will of another
  230. influentialadj.Having the power to sway the will of another
  231. influxn.Infusion
  232. infrequencen.Rareness
  233. infrequentadj.Uncommon
  234. infringev.To trespass upon
  235. infusev.To instill, introduce, or inculcate, as principles or qualities
  236. infusionn.The act of imbuing, or pouring in
  237. ingeniousadj.Evincing skill, originality, or cleverness, as in contrivance or arrangement
  238. ingenuityn.Cleverness in contriving, combining, or originating
  239. ingenuousadj.Candid, frank, or open in character or quality
  240. ingloriousadj.Shameful
  241. ingraftv.To set or implant deeply and firmly
  242. ingratiatev.To win confidence or good graces for oneself
  243. ingratituden.Insensibility to kindness
  244. ingredientn.Component
  245. inherencen.The state of being permanently existing in something
  246. inherentadj.Intrinsic
  247. inhibitv.To hold back or in
  248. inhospitableadj.Not disposed to entertain strangers gratuitously
  249. inhumanadj.Savage
  250. inhumev.To place in the earth, as a dead body
  251. inimicaladj.Adverse
  252. iniquityn.Gross wrong or injustice
  253. initiatev.To perform the first act or rite
  254. injectv.To introduce, as a fluid, by injection
  255. injunctionn.Mandate
  256. inklingn.A hint
  257. inlandadj.Remote from the sea
  258. inletn.A small body of water leading into a larger
  259. inmostadj.Deepest within
  260. innocuousadj.Harmless
  261. innovatev.To introduce or strive to introduce new things
  262. innuendon.Insinuation
  263. innumerableadj.Countless
  264. inoffensiveadj.Causing nothing displeasing or disturbing
  265. inopportuneadj.Unsuitable or inconvenient, especially as to time
  266. inquirev.To ask information about
  267. inquisitionn.A court or tribunal for examination and punishment of heretics
  268. inquisitiveadj.Given to questioning, especially out of curiosity
  269. inquisitorn.One who makes an investigation
  270. inroadn.Forcible encroachment or trespass
  271. insatiableadj.That desires or craves immoderately or unappeasably
  272. inscribev.To enter in a book, or on a list, roll, or document, by writing
  273. inscrutableadj.Impenetrably mysterious or profound
  274. insecureadj.Not assured of safety
  275. insensibleadj.Imperceptible
  276. insentientadj.Lacking the power of feeling or perceiving
  277. inseparableadj.That can not be separated
  278. insidiousadj.Working ill by slow and stealthy means
  279. insightn.Intellectual discernment
  280. insignificancen.Lack of import or of importance
  281. insignificantadj.Without importance, force, or influence
  282. insinuatev.To imply
  283. insipidadj.Tasteless
  284. insistencen.Urgency
  285. insistentadj.Urgent
  286. insolencen.Pride or haughtiness exhibited in contemptuous and overbearing treatment of others
  287. insolentadj.Impudent
  288. insomnian.Sleeplessness
  289. inspectorn.An official appointed to examine or oversee any matter of public interest or importance
  290. instancen.A single occurrence or happening of a given kind
  291. instantn.A very brief portion of time
  292. instantaneousadj.Done without perceptible lapse of time
  293. instigatev.To provoke
  294. instigatorn.One who incites to evil
  295. instillv.To infuse
  296. instructiveadj.Conveying knowledge
  297. insufficiencyn.Inadequacy
  298. insufficientadj.Inadequate for some need, purpose, or use
  299. insularadj.Pertaining to an island
  300. insulatev.To place in a detached state or situation
  301. insuperableadj.Invincible
  302. insuppressibleadj.Incapable of being concealed
  303. insurgencen.Uprising
  304. insurgentn.One who takes part in forcible opposition to the constituted authorities of a place
  305. insurrectionn.The state of being in active resistance to authority
  306. intangibleadj.Not perceptible to the touch
  307. integrityn.Uprightness of character and soundness of moral principle
  308. intellectn.The faculty of perception or thought
  309. intellectualadj.Characterized by intelligence
  310. intelligencen.Capacity to know or understand
  311. intelligibleadj.Comprehensible
  312. intemperancen.Immoderate action or indulgence, as of the appetites
  313. intensionn.The act of stringing or stretching, or state of being strained
  314. intensiveadj.Adding emphasis or force
  315. intentionn.That upon which the mind is set
  316. interactv.To act reciprocally
  317. intercedev.To mediate between persons
  318. interceptv.To interrupt the course of
  319. intercessionn.Entreaty in behalf of others
  320. intercessorn.A mediator
  321. interdictn.Authoritative act of prohibition
  322. interimn.Time between acts or periods
  323. interlocutorn.One who takes part in a conversation or oral discussion
  324. interluden.An action or event considered as coming between others of greater length
  325. intermediateadj.Being in a middle place or degree or between extremes
  326. interminableadj.Having no limit or end
  327. intermissionn.A recess
  328. intermitv.To cause to cease temporarily
  329. intermittentadj.A temporary discontinuance
  330. interpolationn.Verbal interference
  331. interposev.To come between other things or persons
  332. interpositionn.A coming between
  333. interpretern.A person who makes intelligible the speech of a foreigner by oral translation
  334. interrogatev.To examine formally by questioning
  335. interrogativeadj.Having the nature or form of a question
  336. interrogatoryn.A question or inquiry
  337. interruptv.To stop while in progress
  338. intersectv.To cut through or into so as to divide
  339. intervalen.A low tract of land between hills, especially along a river
  340. intervenev.To interfere for some end
  341. intestacyn.The condition resulting from one's dying not having made a valid will
  342. intestateadj.Not having made a valid will
  343. intestinen.That part of the digestive tube below or behind the stomach, extending to the anus
  344. intimacyn.Close or confidential friendship
  345. intimidatev.To cause to become frightened
  346. intolerableadj.Insufferable
  347. intolerancen.Inability or unwillingness to bear or endure
  348. intolerantadj.Bigoted
  349. intoxicantn.Anything that unduly exhilarates or excites
  350. intoxicatev.To make drunk
  351. intracellularadj.Occurring or situated within a cell
  352. intramuraladj.Situated within the walls of a city
  353. intrepidadj.Fearless and bold
  354. intricacyn.Perplexity
  355. intricateadj.Difficult to follow or understand
  356. intriguen.A plot or scheme, usually complicated and intended to accomplish something by secret ways
  357. intrinsicadj.Inherent
  358. introductoryadj.Preliminary
  359. introgressionn.Entrance
  360. intromitv.To insert
  361. introspectv.To look into
  362. introspectionn.The act of observing and analyzing one's own thoughts and feelings
  363. introversionn.The act of turning or directing inward, physically or mentally
  364. introvertv.To turn within
  365. intrudev.To come in without leave or license
  366. intrusionn.The act of entering without warrant or invitation; encroachment
  367. intuitionn.Instinctive knowledge or feeling
  368. inundatev.To fill with an overflowing abundance
  369. inundationn.Flood
  370. inurev.To harden or toughen by use, exercise, or exposure
  371. invalidadj.Having no force, weight, or cogency
  372. invalidn.One who is disabled by illness or injury
  373. invalidatev.To render of no force or effect
  374. invaluableadj.Exceedingly precious
  375. invariableadj.Unchangeable
  376. invasionn.Encroachment, as by an act of intrusion or trespass
  377. invectiven.An utterance intended to cast censure, or reproach
  378. inveighv.To utter vehement censure or invective
  379. inventiveadj.Quick at contrivance
  380. inverseadj.Contrary in tendency or direction
  381. inversionn.Change of order so that the first shall become last and the last first
  382. invertv.To turn inside out, upside down, or in opposite direction
  383. investigatorn.One who investigates
  384. investorn.One who invests money
  385. inveterateadj.Habitual
  386. invidiousadj.Showing or feeling envy
  387. invigoratev.To animate
  388. invincibleadj.Not to be conquered, subdued, or overcome
  389. inviolableadj.Incapable of being injured or disturbed
  390. invokev.To call on for assistance or protection
  391. involuntaryadj.Unwilling
  392. involutionn.Complication
  393. involvev.To draw into entanglement, literally or figuratively
  394. invulnerableadj.That can not be wounded or hurt
  395. inwardlyadv.With no outward manifestation
  396. iotan.A small or insignificant mark or part
  397. irascibleadj.Prone to anger
  398. irateadj.Moved to anger
  399. iren.Wrath
  400. iridescencen.A many-colored appearance
  401. iridescentadj.Exhibiting changing rainbow-colors due to the interference of the light
  402. irkv.To afflict with pain, vexation, or fatigue
  403. irksomeadj.Wearisome
  404. ironyn.Censure or ridicule under cover of praise or compliment
  405. irradiancen.Luster
  406. irradiatev.To render clear and intelligible
  407. irrationaladj.Not possessed of reasoning powers or understanding
  408. irreducibleadj.That can not be lessened
  409. irrefragableadj.That can not be refuted or disproved
  410. irrefrangibleadj.That can not be broken or violated
  411. irrelevantadj.Inapplicable
  412. irreligiousadj.Indifferent or opposed to religion
  413. irreparableadj.That can not be rectified or made amends for
  414. irrepressibleadj.That can not be restrained or kept down
  415. irresistibleadj.That can not be successfully withstood or opposed
  416. irresponsibleadj.Careless of or unable to meet responsibilities
  417. irreverencen.The quality showing or expressing a deficiency of veneration, especially for sacred things
  418. irreverentadj.Showing or expressing a deficiency of veneration, especially for sacred things
  419. irreverentialadj.Showing or expressing a deficiency of veneration, especially for sacred things
  420. irreversibleadj.Irrevocable
  421. irrigantadj.Serving to water lands by artificial means
  422. irrigatev.To water, as land, by ditches or other artificial means
  423. irritableadj.Showing impatience or ill temper on little provocation
  424. irritancyn.The quality of producing vexation
  425. irritantn.A mechanical, chemical, or pathological agent of inflammation, pain, or tension
  426. irritatev.To excite ill temper or impatience in
  427. irruptionn.Sudden invasion
  428. islen.An island
  429. isletn.A little island
  430. isobarn.A line joining points at which the barometric pressure is the same at a specified moment
  431. isochronousadj.Relating to or denoting equal intervals of time
  432. isolatev.To separate from others of its kind
  433. isothermaladj.Having or marking equality of temperature
  434. itinerantadj.Wandering
  435. itineraryn.A detailed account or diary of a journey
  436. itineratev.To wander from place to place

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