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inchoate
adj. recently begun; rudimentary; elementary
incidence
n. rate of occurrence; particular occurrence
incidental
adj. not essential; minor
incipient
adj. beginning; in an early state
incisive
adj. cutting; sharp
incite
v. arouse to action; goad; motivate
inclement
adj. stormy; unkind
incline
n. slope; slant
inclined
adj. tending or leaning toward; bent
inclusive
adj. tending to include all
incoherence
n. unintelligibility; lack of logic or relevance
incompatible
adj. inharmonious
incongruous
adj. not fitting; absurd
inconsequential
adj. insignificant; unimportant
inconsistency
n. state of being self-contradictory; lack of uniformity or steadiness
incontinent
adj. lacking self-restraint; licentious
incontrovertible
adj. indisputable; not open to question
incorporate
v. introduce sth to a larger whole; combine; unite
incorporeal
adj. lacking material body; insubstantial
incorrigible
adj. not correctable
incredulous
adj. withholding belief; skeptical
increment
n. increase
incriminate
v. accuse
incrustation
n. hard coating or crust
incubate
v. hatch; scheme
inculcate
v. teach; instill
incumbent
adj. obligatory; currently holding an office
incur
v. bring upon oneself
incursion
n. temporary invasion
indefatigable
adj. tireless
indelible
adj. not able to be erased
indentation
n. notch; deep recess
indenture
v. bind as servant or apprentice to master
indeterminate
adj. uncertainty; not clearly fixed; indefinite
indicative
adj. suggestive; implying
indices
n. signs; indications
indict
v. charge
indifferent
adj. unmoved or unconcerned by; mediocre
indigenous
adj. native
indigent
adj. poor; destitute
indignation
n. anger at an injustice
indignity
n. offensive or insulting treatment
indiscretion
n. lack of tactfulness or sound judgement
indiscriminate
adj. choosing at random; confused
indisputable
adj. too certain to be disputed
indissoluble
adj. permanent
indoctrinate
v. instruct in a doctrine or ideology
indolent
adj. lazy
indomitable
adj. unconquerable; unyielding
indubitable
adj. unable to be doubted; unquestionable
induce
v. persuade; bring about
indulgent
adj. humoring; yielding; lenient
industrious
adj. diligent; hard-working
inebriated
adj. habitually intoxicated; drunk
ineffable
adj. unutterable; can not be expressed in speech
ineffectual
adj. not effective; weak
inefficacious
adj. not effective; unable to produce a desired result
inept
adj. lacking skill; unsuited; incompetent
inequity
n. unfairness
inert
adj. inactive; lacking power to move
inevitable
adj. unavoidable
inexorable
adj. relentless; unyielding; implacable
infallible
adj. unerring
infamous
adj. notoriously bad
infantile
adj. childish
infer
v. deduce; conclude
infernal
adj. pertaining to hell; devilish
infidel
n. unbeliever
infiltrate
v. pass into or through; penetrate (an organization) sneakily
infinitesimal
adj. exceedingly small; so small as to be almost nonexistent
infirmity
n. weakness
inflated
adj. exaggerated; pompous; enlarged (with air or gas)
influx
n. flowing into
informal
adj. absence of ceremony; casual
infraction
n. violation (of a rule or regulation); breach
infuriate
v. enrage; anger
infusion
n. act of introducing or installing a quality; liquid solution
ingenious
adj. clever; resourceful