- IGNOMINIOUS Dictionary lookup
(noun: IGNOMINY): Incurring public disgrace - suffered an ignominious descent from political power.
Synonyms: infamous, degrading, opprobrious, odious
Antonyms: illustrious, renowned, preeminent
- IMMACULATE Dictionary lookup
: Spotless; pure - an immaculate reputation.
Synonyms: undefiled, unsullied, unblemished, untarnished
Antonyms: defiled, sullied, blemished
- IMMINENT Dictionary lookup
: Likely to occur soon - stood in imminent peril.
- IMMUNE Dictionary lookup
(verb: IMMUNIZE): Exempt from; protected from - immune from taxation.
Synonym : unsusceptible
- IMPALE Dictionary lookup
: To pierce through with a pointed instrument - impaled a spider to the wall.
(1) To accuse (a public official) of wrongdoing - impeached the judge for accepting a bribe.
- IMPECCABLE Dictionary lookup
: Faultless - performed with impeccable skill.
Synonyms: consummate, irreproachable, unerring, infallible
Antonyms: culpable, fallible
- IMPERVIOUS Dictionary lookup
: Incapable of being penetrated - a mind impervious to new ideas.
Synonyms: impermeable, impenetrable
Antonyms: permeable, pervasive
- IMPLACABLE Dictionary lookup
: Incapable of being soothed, made peaceful, or forgiving - implacable resentment.
Synonyms: unrelenting, inexorable, unappeasable
Antonyms: placable, forbearing
- IMPLICIT Dictionary lookup
(1) Implied but not clearly expressed - an implicit agreement.
(2) Unquestioning - implicit confidence.
Synonyms: tacit, implied
- IMPORT Dictionary lookup
(noun): Meaning; significance or importance - a matter of great import.
Synonyms: purport, moment, consequence
- IMPOSTOR Dictionary lookup
(noun: IMPOSTURE): One who pretends to be what he is notunmasked as an impostor.
Synonyms: quack, mountebank, charlatan, bogus, fraud
- IMPRECATION Dictionary lookup
: A curse - hurled imprecations at those who would not listen to him.
Synonyms: execration, malediction, anathema
Antonyms: benediction, benison
- IMPREGNABLE Dictionary lookup
: Unconquerable - an impregnable fortress.
- IMPROPRIETY Dictionary lookup
: Improper act, manners, or expression - guilty of impropriety in public office.
Synonyms: indecency, indecorum
- IMPROVIDENT Dictionary lookup
: Lacking in thrift; not providing for future needs - an improvident spender.
Synonyms: prodigal, shiftless
- IMPUGN Dictionary lookup
: To attack or criticize as false; to call in question - impugned his honesty.
307. INCARCERATE: To imprison - crushed his opponents by incarcerating them.
Synonyms: intern, immure
Antonyms: emancipate, enfranchise
- INCISIVE Dictionary lookup
: Cutting, penetrating - incisive criticism.
Synonyms: sarcastic, mordant, trenchant, acute
- INCREMENT Dictionary lookup
: An increase - a salary increment.
- INCUMBENT Dictionary lookup
(noun): An officeholder - the incumbent in an election.
(adj.): Obligatory - felt it incumbent to reply.
Synonyms: - mandatory, imperative
- INDEFATIGABLE Dictionary lookup
: Untiring - an indefatigable worker.
Synonyms:unflagging, unremitting, persevering
- INDIGENOUS Dictionary lookup
: Native - Rice is indigenous to China.
- INDOOMITABLE Dictionary lookup
: Stubborn in determination not to be subdued - indomitable courage.
Synonyms:insuperable, irrepressible, invincible, unyielding
Antonyms:tractable, amenable, docile, submissive
- INFERENCE Dictionary lookup
: A conclusion reached by reasoning from data or premises - an inference drawn from his remarks.
- INGENIOUS Dictionary lookup
: Demonstrating originality, skill, or resourcefulness - an ingenious device.
Synonyms:dextrous, inventive, adroit
- INGENUOUS Dictionary lookup
: Simple and straightforward; concealing nothing - an ingenuous plan that anyone could see through.
Synonyms: unsophisticated, naive, candid
- INNOCUOUS Dictionary lookup
: Harmless; inoffensive - an innocuous remark, but it enraged him.
322. INNUENDO: An indirect reference or suggestion (frequently derogatory) - conveyed his idea by innuendo.
Synonyms: (verb) intimate, insinuate
- INORDINATE Dictionary lookup
: Excessive - spoiled by inordinate praise.
Synonyms: immoderate, intemperate, extravagant
- INSATIABLE Dictionary lookup
: Unable to be satisfied - insatiable greed
Synonyms. unappeasable, unquenchable, insatiate
- INSCRUTABLE Dictionary lookup
: Incapable of interpretation or understanding - the inscrutable smile of the Mona Lisa.
Synonyms: unfathomable, cryptic, enigmatic
- INSIDIOUS Dictionary lookup
: Working secretly or slyly - that insidious disease, cancer.
Synonyms: wily, crafty, furtive, treacherous, artful, guileful perfidious
- INSTIGATE Dictionary lookup
: To stir tip - instigated discontent among the soldiers.
Synonyms: foment, incite
- INTEGRITY Dictionary lookup
: Honesty, moral soundness - a man of proved integrity.
Synonyms: probity, uprightness, incorruptibility
- INVEIGH Dictionary lookup
(noun-. INVECTIVE): To speak angrily or bitterly-inveighed against economic discrimination.
Synonyms: rail, denounce, fulminate, vituperate
- IRASCIBLE Dictionary lookup
: Easily angered - Even petty things made Peter irascible.
Synonyms: choleric, petulant, testy, peevish, splenetic, touchy
Antonyms: placid, equable
- IRE Dictionary lookup
: Anger -aroused his ire.
Synonyms: resentment; (adj.) irate, incensed
- IRKSOME Dictionary lookup
: Tedious, monotonous - an irksome chore that no one liked.
333. ITINERANT: Traveling about; wandering - an itinerant salesman.