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  • Ichthyology (N): the study of fish Only an ichthyologist knows all about the fishes.
  • Iconoclastic (Adj): attacking old ideas or beliefs, criticizing popular beliefs or  established  customs and ideas . Some people mistook him as a lunatic seeing at his iconoclastic Ideas.
  • Idiosyncrasy (N): peculiarity of a person, eccentricity, oddity, individual trait Wearing a raincoat even on a hot day is one of  her     Idiosyncrasies.
  • Ignite (V): kindle, light  He ignited the match and lit his cigarette.
  • Ignominy (N): deep disgrace, shame, dishonor They suffered the ignominy of defeat.
  • Illicit (Adj): illegal, unlawful, illegitimate Their illicit love affair was soon known to everybody.
  • Illuminate (N): brighten, light up, elucidate, explain The earth is illuminated by the sun.
  • Illusion (N): misleading vision, false or deceptive appearance She is under the illusion that he is going to marry her.
  • Imbecile (Adj): mental defective, weak minded. He has the responsibility of looking after his imbecile brother.
  • Imbibe (V): drink in, absorb, learn, acquire Don’t imbibe this water.
  • Imbroglio (N) : complicated situation confusion, entanglement  He resigned his job, unable to overcome the imbroglio arose in the Company.
  • Immaculate (Adj): clean, spotless, flawless, flawless, extremely clean and tidy He led an immaculate life and became the symbol of purity.
  • Imminent (Adj): impending, about to happen He was forewarned about the imminent danger to his life.
  • Immense (N): huge, vast, massive, and enormous Chiranjeevi enjoys immense popularity among Telugu actors.
  • Immigrant (N): migrant There are many Indian immigrants in America
  • Immolate (V): to offer or kill a sacrifice He immorated his wife for not bringing more dowry to him.
  • Impair (V): weaken, diminish injure, hurt Drinking alcohol can impair your ability to drive safely, if you
  • Are going to drink don’t drive.

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