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ingenue
n. an artless girl; an actress who plays such parts
ingenuous
adj. naive and trusting; young; unsophisticated
ingrained
adj. deeply established; firmly rooted
ingrate
n. ungrateful person
ingratiate
v. make an effort to become popular with
inherent
adj. firmly established by nature or habit
inhibit
v. restrain; retard or prevent
inimical
adj. unfriendly; hostile; harmful; detrimental
inimitable
adj. matchless; not able to be imitated
iniquitous
adj. wicked; immoral; unrighteous
initiate
v. begin; originate; receive into a group
injurious
adj. harmful
inkling
n. hint
innate
adj. inborn
innocuous
adj. harmless
innovation
n. change; introduction of something new
innovative
adj. novel; introducing a change
innuendo
n. hint; situation
inopportune
adj. untimely; poorly chosen
inordinate
adj. unrestrained; excessive
inquisitor
n. questioner (especially harsh); investigator
insalubrious
adj. unwholesome; not healthful
insatiable
adj. not easily satisfied; unquenchable; greedy
inscrutable
adj. impenetrable; not readily understood; mysterious
insensible
adj. unconscious; unresponsive
insidious
adj. treacherous; stealthy; sly
insightful
adj. discerning; perceptive
insinuate
v. hint; imply; creep in
insipid
adj. lacking in favor; dull
insolence
n. impudent disrespect; haughtiness
insolvent
adj. bankrupt; unable to repay one's debts
insomnia
n. wakefulness; inability to sleep
instigate
v. urge; start; provoke
insubordination
n. disobedience; rebelliousness
insubstantial
adj. lacking substance; insignificant; frail
insularity
n. narrow-mindedness; isolation
insulated
adj. set apart; isolated
insuperable
adj. insurmountable; unbeatable
insurgent
adj. rebellious
insurmountable
adj. overwhelming; unbeatable; insuperable
insurrection
n. rebellion; uprising
intangible
adj. not able to be perceived by touch; vague
integral
adj. complete; necessary for completeness
integrate
v. make whole; combine; make into one unit
integrity
n. uprightness; wholeness
intellect
n. higher mental powers
intelligentsia
n. the intelligent and educated classes (often used derogatorily)
intemperate
adj. immoderate; excessive; extreme
inter
v. bury
interim
n. meantime
interloper
n. intruder; unwanted meddler
interment
n. burial
interminable
adj. endless
intermittent
adj. periodic; on and off
interrogate
v. question closely; cross-examine
intervene
v. come between
intimacy
n. closeness, often affectionate; privacy; familiarity
intimate
v. hint; suggest
intimidate
v. frighten
intractable
adj. unruly; stubborn; unyielding
intransigence
n. refusal of any compromise; stubbornness
intrepid
adj. fearless
intricate
adj. complex; knotty; tangled
intrinsic
adj. essential; inherent; built-in
introspective
adj. looking within oneself
introvert
n. one who is introspective; inclined to think more about oneself
intrude
v. trespass; enter as an uninvited person
intuition
n. immediate insight; power of knowing without reasoning
inundate
v. overwhelm; flood; submerge
inured
adj. accustomed; hardened
invalidate
v. weaken; destroy
invasive
adj. tending to spread aggressively; intrusive
invective
n. abuse
inveigle
v. entice; persuade; wheedle
inverse
adj. opposite
invert
adj. turn upside down or inside out
inveterate
adj. deep-rooted; habitual
invidious
adj. designed to create ill will or envy
invigorate
v. energize; stimulate