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invincible
adj. unconquerable
inviolable
adj. secure from corruption; attack, or violation; unassailable
invocation
n. prayer for help; calling upon as a reference or support
invoke
v. call upon; ask for
invulnerable
adj. incapable of injury
iota
n. very small quantity
irascible
adj. irritable; easily angered
irate
adj. angry
ire
n. anger
iridescent
adj. exhibiting rainbowlike colors
irksome
adj. annoying; tedious
ironic
adj. resulting in an unexpected and contrary outcome
irony
n. hidden sarcasm or satire; use of words that seem to mean the opposite of what they actually mean
irrational
adj. illogical; lacking reason; insane
irreconcilable
adj. incompatible; not able to be resolved
irrefutable
adj. indisputable; incontrovertible; undeniable
irrelevant
adj. not applicable; unrelated
irremediable
adj. incurable; uncorrectable
irreparable
adj. not able to be corrected or repaired
irrepressible
adj. unable to be restrained or held back
irreproachable
adj. blameless; impeccable
irresolute
adj. uncertain how to act; weak
irretrievable
adj. impossible to recover or regain; irreparable
irreverence
n. lack of proper respect
irrevocable
adj. unalterable; irreversible
itinerant
adj. wandering; travelling
itinerary
n. plan of a trip
jabber
v. chatter rapidly or unintelligibly
jaded
adj. fatigued; surfeited
jargon
n. language used by a special group; technical terminology; gibberish
jaundiced
adj. prejudiced (envious; hostile or resentful); yellowed
jaunt
n. trip; short journey
jaunty
adj. lighthearted; animated; easy and carefree
jeopardize
v. endanger; imperil; put at risk
jettison
v. throw overboard
jingoist
n. extremely aggressive and militant patriot; warlike chauvinist
jocose
adj. given to joking
jocular
adj. said or done in jest
jollity
n. gaiety; cheerfulness
jostle
v. shove; bump
jovial
adj. good-natured; merry
jubilation
n. rejoicing
judicious
adj. sound in judgment; wise
juncture
n. crisis; joining point
junta
n. group of men joined in political intrigue; cabal
jurisprudence
n. science of law
justification
n. good or just reason; defense; excuse
kernel
n. central or vital part; whole seed (as a corn)
killjoy
n. grouch; spoilsport
kindle
v. start a fire; inspire
kindred
adj. related; belonging to the same family
kinetic
adj. producing motion
kleptomaniac
n. person who has a compulsive desire to steal
knave
n. untrustworthy person; rogue; scoundrel
knit
v. contract into wrinkles; grow together
knoll
n. little round hill
knotty
adj. intricate; difficult; tangled
kudos
n. honor; glory; praise
laborious
adj. demanding much work or care; tedious
labyrinth
n. maze
laceration
n. torn, ragged wound
lachrymose
adj. producing tears
lackadaisical
adj. lacking purpose or zest; halfhearted; languid
lackluster
adj. dull
laconic
adj. brief and to the point
laggard
adj. slow; sluggish