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immaculate
adj. spotless; flawless; absolutely clean
imminent
adj. near at hand; impending
immobility
n. state of being unable to move
immune
adj. resistant to; free or exempt from
immutable
adj. unchangeable
impair
v. injure; hurt
impale
v. pierce
impalpable
adj. imperceptible; intangible
impart
v. reveal or tell; grant
impartial
adj. not biased; fair
impassable
adj. not able to be traveled or crossed
impasse
n. predicament from which there is no escape; deadlock
impassive
adj. without feeling; imperturbable; stoical
impeach
v. charge with crime in office; indict
impeccable
adj. faultless
impecunious
adj. without money
impede
v. hinder; block; delay
impediment
n. hindrance; stumbling block
impel
v. drive or force onward
impenetrable
adj. not able to be pierced or entered; beyond understanding
impending
adj. nearing; approaching
impenitent
adj. not repentant
imperative
adj. absolutely necessary; critically important
imperceptible
adj. unnoticeable; undetectable
imperial
adj. like an emperor; related to an empire
imperious
adj. domineering; haughty
impermeable
adj. impervious; not permitting passage through its substance
impertinent
adj. insolent; rude
imperturbable
adj. calm; placid; composed
impervious
adj. impenetrable; incapable of being damaged or distressed
impetuous
adj. violent; hasty; rash
impetus
n. incentive; stimulus
impiety
n. irreverence; lack of respect for God
impinge
v. infringe; touch; collide with
impious
adj. irreverent
implacable
adj. incapable of being pacified
implausible
adj. unlikely; unbelievable
implement
v. put into effect; supply with tools
implicate
v. incriminate; show to be involved
implication
n. something hinted at or suggested
implicit
adj. understood but not stated
implore
v. beg
imply
v. suggest a meaning not expressed; signify
imponderable
adj. not able to be determined precisely
import
n. importance; meaning
importunate
adj. urging; demanding
importune
v. beg persistently
impostor
n. somebody who assumes a false identity
impotent
adj. weak; ineffective
impoverished
adj. poor
impregnable
adj. invulnerable
impromptu
adj. without previous preparation; off the cuff; on the spur of the moment
impropriety
n. improperness; unsuitableness
improvident
adj. thriftless
improvise
v. compose on the spur of the moment
imprudent
adj. lacking caution; injudicious
impudence
n. impertinence; insolence
impugn
v. dispute or contradict (often in an insulting way); challenge; gainsay
impunity
n. freedom from punishment or harm
imputation
n. accusation; charge; reproach
inadvertently
adv. unintentionally; by oversight; carelessly
inalienable
adj. not to be taken away; nontransferable
inane
adj. silly; senseless
inanimate
adj. lifeless
inarticulate
adj. speechless; producing indistinct speech
inaugurate
v. start; initiate; install in an office
incandescent
adj. strikingly bright; shining with intense heat
incantation
n. singing or chanting of magic spells; magical formula
incapacitate
v. disable
incarcerate
v. imprison
incarnation
n. act of assuming a human body and human nature
incendiary
n. arsonist
incense
v. enrage; infuriate
incentive
adj. sour; motive
inception
n. start; beginning
incessant
adj. uninterrupted; unceasing