Word power by reader’s digest Word power(i1)

  • Impassable (Adj): not able to be travelled or crossed The mountain roads are totally impassable to cars in winter  season.
  • Impasse (N): dead lock, predicament from which there is no escape Negations have reached an impasse.
  • Impeach(V): charge with crime in office, indict   Bill Clinton was impeached in Munich Levensky case.
  • Impeccable (Adj): faultless, perfect, flawless, and exemplary Her written English is impeccable.
  • Impecunious (Adj): penniless, insolvent, and poor Once he was rich but now he is impecunious.
  • Impede (V): hinder, block  The main impediment of their marriage was the caste difference.
  • Impel (V): drive or force There are various reasons that impel me to that conclusion.
  • Impending (Adj): nearing, approaching The entire country was saddened by the news of his impending  Death.
  • Impenetrable(Adj): not able to pierced or entered, beyond understanding. The king built an impenetrable forte to safeguard his palace against a foreign invasion.
  • Imperative(Adj): absolutely necessary It is imperative for your recovery to continue treatment for
  • In another two months.
  • Imperceptible(Adj): unnoticeable, undetectable Such changes are imperceptible to even the best trained eye.
  • Incorrigible(Adj): unreformable, beyond correction He was an incorrigible thief.
  • Incredulous(Adj): that can’t be believed, skeptical, doubtful He was so incredulous that he could never believe anybody.
  • Indefatigable(Adj): tireless, that can’t be tired  Gandhi Mahatma was an indefatigable freedom fighter.
  • Indigenous(Adj): native The kangaroo is indigenous to Australia
  • Ingnant(Adj): angry, annoyed They were indignant that they had not been invited.
  • Indiscreet(Adj): unwise, careless It was indiscreet to disclose that information.
  • Indolent(Adj): lazy, idle An indolent can’t succeed in life.
  • Indomitable(Adj) : that can’t be doubted , the indisputable Australian team is indubitably the best team.
  • Induce(V): persuade, inspire A bonus Induces staff to be more productive
  • Inebriated(Adj): intoxicated, drunken He confessed that he had murdered her in an inebriated state.
  • Inept(Adj): incompetent, incapable, clumsy.He was criticized for his inept handling of the problem
  • Inexhaustible(Adj): tireless, unlimited She has an inexhaustible supply of funny stories.
  • Impertinent(Adj): impolite, rude, insolent The impertinent boy was sent out of the class.
  • Imperturbable: calm, cool, not easily disturbed
  • He is so imperturbable that nothing can disturb his soul.
  • Impetuous(Adj): hasty, rash, reckless, acting or done quickly and without thinking  about the result  His impetuous remarks made him unpopular.
  • Impinge(V): intrudes, encroach on, trespass He never allowed his work to impinge on his private life
  • Impious(Adj: unholy An impious person is not eligible to become the priest.
  • Implacable(Adj): unappeasable, incapable of being pacified  He has an implacable thirst for knowledge
  • Implicit(Adj): understood but not stated, implied She  implored her mother to give permission to go on the trip.

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