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Vocabulary from the letter ‘I’

English is one of the most used languages in world. You can say it’s an international language which helps in connecting people of the world. Due to this reason everybody wants to be an expert in this language.

The very first thing to improve your writing or speaking skill is to improve your vocabulary. If you have a good vocabulary, you will not feel lack of words in explaining something and you will express your thoughts in fewer words.

Here we are providing you some important words with letter “I”, which might help you in improving your English.

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Inaniloquent

Speaking foolishly or saying silly things

Shelly sometimes is inaniloquent.

Iconoclast

An attacker of cherished beliefs

H.L. Mencken, journalist and iconoclast known as the Sage of Baltimore.

Impolitic

Unwise, imprudent

Those ideas are interesting, but impractical or impolitic.

Insatiable

 unable to be satisfied

It’s just a fact: Apple fans have an insatiable thirst for all things Apple.

Innuendo

an indirect reference or suggestion

Another day, another shameless sexual innuendo in your speech supporting the President.

 Incisive

 cutting, penetrating

 It is, perhaps, the most incisive analysis of that catastrophe.

Ire

anger

Akin’s ‘legitimate rape’ remark draws ire across political spectrum.

Interminable

endless

 The ruling Pakistan People’s Party’s interminable battle with the Supreme Court rolls on.

Inundate

Overflow, flood

The recent floods didn’t inundate everyone, but it hurt us all.

Intermittent

Periodic, on and off

The airline confirmed an intermittent loss of communication but said there was no other issue.

Imbibe

to drink or take in

But if someone wants to imbibe something, it has to be my punctuality!

 Indolence

laziness

Twenty years ago this outrageous government indolence first became visible.

Impetuosity

rashness

She brings distinctive ideas and unabashed impetuosity to these touchstone works.

Insularity

 having the characteristics of an island

The latter sort of insularity is a danger for conservative politicians as well.

Impasse

a situation that has no solution or escape

 Reservations impasse delays Panchayati Raj elections in AP.

 Incompetent

not having the abilities desired or necessary for any purpose

It seems incompetent leadership is worrying employees.

Incite

 to rouse to a particular action

I want to congratulate him for his incite and intelligence.

 Imminence

Impending evil or danger

 Faced with the imminence of mortality, Dungey couldn’t help but find some perspective about his own life.

Illuminate

To supply with light

Free LED workshop to illuminate future uses of lighting.

Incontrovertible

indisputable

Taken together they amount to an incontrovertible indictment of government.

 

 

 

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