|1||impede||(verb) block passage through; "obstruct the path"|
(verb) be a hindrance or obstacle to; "She is impeding the progress of our project"
|2||impenitent||(adjective) not penitent or remorseful|
(adjective satellite) impervious to moral persuasion
|3||imperious||(adjective satellite) able to deal authoritatively with affairs; "dismissed the matter with an imperious wave of her hand"|
|4||imperturbable||(adjective satellite) not easily perturbed or excited or upset; marked by extreme calm and composure; "hitherto imperturbable, he now showed signs of alarm"; "an imperturbable self-possession"; "unflappable in a crisis"|
|5||impervious||(adjective) not admitting of passage or capable of being affected; "a material impervious to water"; "someone impervious to argument"|
|6||impetuous||(adjective satellite) characterized by undue haste and lack of thought or deliberation; "a hotheaded decision"; "liable to such impulsive acts as hugging strangers"; "an impetuous display of spending and gambling"; "madcap escapades"; (`brainish' is archaic)|
(adjective satellite) marked by violent force; "impetuous heaving waves"
|7||impiety||(noun) unrighteousness by virtue of lacking respect for a god|
|8||implacable||(adjective) impossible to placate; "an implacable enemy"|
|9||implement||(noun) instrumentation (a piece of equipment or tool) used to effect an end|
(verb) pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue; "Did he go through with the treatment?"; "He implemented a new economic plan"; "She followed up his recommendations with a written proposal"
(verb) apply in a manner consistent with its purpose or design; "implement a procedure"
(verb) ensure observance of laws and rules; "Apply the rules to everyone";
|10||implication||(noun) something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied); "his resignation had political implications"|
(noun) a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred; "the significance of his remark became clear only later"; "the expectation was spread both by word and by implication"
(noun) an accusation that brings into intimate and usually incriminating connection
(noun) a relation implicated by virtue of involvement or close connection (especially an incriminating involvement); "he was suspected of implication in several robberies"
(noun) a logical relation between propositions p and q of the form `if p then q'; if p is true then q cannot be false
|11||implicit||(adjective satellite) being without doubt or reserve; "implicit trust"|
(adjective) implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something; "an implicit agreement not to raise the subject"; "there was implicit criticism in his voice"; "anger was implicit in the argument"; "the oak is implicit in the acorn"
|12||impolitic||(adjective) not politic; "an impolitic approach to a sensitive issue"|
|13||imprecate||(verb) utter obscenities or profanities; "The drunken men were cursing loudly in the street"|
(verb) wish harm upon; invoke evil upon; "The bad witch cursed the child"
|14||impromptu||(noun) an extemporaneous speech or remark; "a witty impromptu must not sound premeditated"|
(noun) a short musical passage that seems to have been made spontaneously without advance preparation
(adjective satellite) with little or no preparation or forethought; "his ad-lib comments showed poor judgment"; "an extemporaneous piano recital"; "an extemporary lecture"; "an extempore skit"; "an impromptu speech"; "offhand excuses"; "trying to sound offhanded and reassuring
(adverb) without advance preparation; "he spoke ad lib"
|15||improvident||(adjective) not provident; not providing for the future|
(adjective satellite) not given careful consideration; "ill-considered actions often result in disaster"; "an ill-judged attempt"
|16||impudent||(adjective satellite) improperly forward or bold; "don't be fresh with me"; "impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"; "an impudent boy given to insulting strangers"|
(adjective satellite) marked by casual disrespect; "a flip answer to serious question"; "the student was kept in for impudent behavior"
|17||impugn||(verb) attack as false or wrong|
|18||imputation||(noun) the attribution to a source or cause; "the imputation that my success was due to nepotism meant that I was not taken seriously"|
(noun) a statement attributing something dishonest (especially a criminal offense); "he denied the imputation"
|19||inadvertent||(adjective satellite) without intention (especially resulting from heedless action); "with an inadvertent gesture she swept the vase off the table"; "accidental poisoning"; "an accidental shooting"|
|20||inanimate||(adjective satellite) appearing dead; not breathing or having no perceptible pulse; "an inanimate body"; "pulseless and dead"|
(adjective) not endowed with life; "the inorganic world is inanimate"; "inanimate objects"; "dead stones"
(adjective) belonging to the class of nouns denoting nonliving things; "the word `car' is inanimate"
|21||inarticulate||(adjective) without or deprived of the use of speech or words; "inarticulate beasts"; "remained stupidly inarticulate and saying something noncommital"; "inarticulate with rage"; "an inarticulate cry"|
|22||inaudible||(adjective) impossible to hear; imperceptible by the ear; "an inaudible conversation"|
|23||incessant||(adjective satellite) occurring so frequently as to seem ceaseless or uninterrupted; "a child's incessant questions"; "your perpetual (or continual) complaints"|
(adjective satellite) uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing; "the ceaseless thunder of surf"; "in constant pain"; "night and day we live with the incessant noise of the city"; "the never-ending search for happiness"; "the perpetual struggle to maintain standar
|24||inchoate||(adjective satellite) only partly in existence; imperfectly formed; "incipient civil disorder"; "an incipient tumor"; "a vague inchoate idea"|
|25||incidental||(noun) an item that is incidental|
(noun) (frequently plural) an expense not budgeted or not specified; "he requested reimbursement of $7 for incidental expenses"
(adjective satellite) not of prime or central importance; "nonessential to the integral meanings of poetry"- Pubs.MLA
(adjective) (sometimes followed by `to') minor or casual or subordinate in significance or nature or occurring as a chance concomitant or consequence; "incidental expenses"; "the road will bring other incidental advantages"; "extra duties incidental to the job"; "la
(adjective satellite) following as a consequence; "an excessive growth of bureaucracy, with related problems"; "snags incidental to the changeover in management"
|26||incisive||(adjective satellite) suitable for cutting or piercing; "incisive teeth"; "the piercing needle"|
(adjective satellite) very penetrating and clear and sharp in operation; "an incisive mind"; "a keen intelligence"; "of sharp and active intellect"
(adjective satellite) having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions; "an acute observer of politics and politicians"; "incisive comments"; "icy knifelike reasoning"; "as sharp and incisive as the stroke of a fang"; "penetrating insight"; "frequent pene
|27||inclined||(adjective) at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position; "an inclined plane"|
(adjective satellite) used especially of the head or upper back; "a bent head and sloping shoulders"
|28||incognito||(adverb) without revealing one's identity; "in Holland he lived incognito as a carpenter in the shipyards of the East India company"|
|29||incoherent||(adjective satellite) unable to express yourself clearly or fluently; "felt tongue-tied with embarrassment"; "incoherent with grief"|
(adjective) without logical or meaningful connection; "a turgid incoherent presentation"
(adjective satellite) unable to think or express your thoughts in a clear or orderly manner; "incoherent with grief"
|30||incommodious||(adjective) uncomfortably or inconveniently small; "incommodious hotel accommodations"|
|31||incompatible||(adjective) not compatible; "incompatible personalities"; "incompatible colors"|
(adjective) incapable of being used with or connected to other devices or components without modification
(adjective satellite) used especially of solids or solutions; incapable of blending into a stable homogeneous mixture
(adjective) not suitable to your tastes or needs; "the uncongenial roommates were always fighting"; "the task was uncongenial to one sensitive to rebuffs"
(adjective satellite) not in keeping with what is correct or proper; "completely inappropriate behavior"
(adjective satellite) not compatible with other facts
(adjective) used especially of drugs or muscles that counteract or neutralize each other's effect
(adjective satellite) not easy to combine harmoniously
(adjective satellite) of words so related that one contrasts with the other; "`rich' and `hard-up' are contrastive terms"
|32||incompetence||(noun) lack of physical or intellectual ability or qualifications|
(noun) inability of a part or organ to function properly
|33||inconclusive||(adjective) not conclusive; not putting an end to doubt or question; "an inconclusive reply"; "inconclusive evidence"; "the inconclusive committee vote"|
(adjective satellite) leading to no final results or outcome; "an inconclusive experiment"
|34||incorporeal||(adjective) without material form or substance; "an incorporeal spirit"|
|35||incorrigible||(adjective) impervious to correction by punishment|
|36||incredulous||(adjective) not disposed or willing to believe; unbelieving|
|37||inculcate||(verb) teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions; "inculcate values into the young generation"|
|38||incursion||(noun) the act of entering some territory or domain (often in large numbers); "the incursion of television into the American livingroom"|
(noun) the mistake of incurring liability or blame
(noun) an attack that penetrates into enemy territory
|39||indecipherable||(adjective satellite) impossible to determine the meaning of; "an indecipherable message"|
(adjective satellite) not easily deciphered; "indecipherable handwriting"
|40||indelible||(adjective satellite) cannot be removed, washed away or erased; "an indelible stain"|
|41||indemnify||(verb) make amends for; pay compensation for; "One can never fully repair the suffering and losses of the Jews in the Third Reich"; "She was compensated for the loss of her arm in the accident"|
(verb) secure against future loss, damage, or liability; give security for; "This plan indemnifies workers against wages lost through illness"
|42||indict||(verb) accuse formally of a crime|
|43||indifferent||(adjective satellite) showing no care or concern in attitude or action; "indifferent to the sufferings of others"; "indifferent to her plea"|
(adjective satellite) (often followed by `to') lacking importance; not mattering one way or the other; "whether you choose to do it or not is a matter that is quite immaterial (or indifferent)"; "what others think is altogether indifferent to him"
(adjective satellite) marked by a lack of interest; "an apathetic audience"; "the universe is neither hostile nor friendly; it is simply indifferent"
(adjective satellite) neither too great nor too little; "a couple of indifferent hills to climb"
(adjective satellite) neither good nor bad; "an indifferent performance"; "a gifted painter but an indifferent actor"; "her work at the office is passable"; "a so-so golfer"; "feeling only so-so"; "prepared a tolerable dinner"; "a tolerable working knowledge of French"
(adjective satellite) characterized by a lack of partiality; "a properly indifferent jury"; "an unbiased account of her family problems"
(adjective satellite) marked by no especial liking or dislike or preference for one thing over another; "indifferent about which book you would give them"; "was indifferent to their acceptance or rejection of her invitation"
(adjective satellite) having only a limited ability to react chemically; not active; "inert matter"; "an indifferent chemical in a reaction"
(adjective satellite) fairly poor to not very good; "has an indifferent singing voice"; "has indifferent qualifications for the job"
|44||indigence||(noun) a state of extreme poverty or destitution; "their indigence appalled him"; "a general state of need exists among the homeless"|
|45||indigenous||(adjective satellite) originating where it is found; "the autochthonal fauna of Australia includes the kangaroo"; "autochthonous rocks and people and folktales"; "endemic folkways"; "the Ainu are indigenous to the northernmost islands of Japan"|
|46||indignant||(adjective satellite) angered at something unjust or wrong; "an indignant denial"; "incensed at the judges' unfairness"; "a look of outraged disbelief"; "umbrageous at the loss of their territory"|
|47||indolent||(adjective satellite) of tumors e.g.; slow to heal or develop and usually painless; "an indolent ulcer"; "leprosy is an indolent infectious disease"|
(adjective satellite) disinclined to work or exertion; "faineant kings under whose rule the country languished"; "an indolent hanger-on"; "too lazy to wash the dishes"; "shiftless idle youth"; "slothful employees"; "the unemployed are not necessarily work-shy"
|48||indomitable||(adjective satellite) impossible to subdue|
|49||indubitably||(adverb) in a manner or to a degree that could not be doubted; "it was immediately and indubitably apparent that I had interrupted a scene of lovers"|
|50||indulgent||(adjective satellite) being favorably inclined; "an indulgent attitude"|
(adjective) showing or characterized by or given to indulgence; "indulgent grandparents"
(adjective satellite) tolerant or lenient; "indulgent parents risk spoiling their children"; "procedures are lax and discipline is weak"; "too soft on the children"