English Class – Top 20 words to know starts with I Part 1

by | Jan 28, 2019 | English Vocabulary

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Part 1 of my Letter “I” series free English classes and lessons, 20 common but useful words that start with Letter I, you should add to your word vocabulary now, Thank you.Ashin Damika

 

English Class – 20 Top words to know start with I Part 1

 

Illicit

illicit = not lawful

Illogical

illogical = not according to reason

Half-hearted

half-hearted = not eager.

Imaginary

imaginary = (imagined),not real/(imagine=to form a picture in the mind/to believe without proof)

Imaginary

imaginary = (imagined) , not real / (imagine= to form a picture in the mind / to believe without proof)

Immune

immune = (free from) / not able to be attacked by, eg.I have had disease so am immune = — & so cannot be attacked by it again

Impalpable

impalpable = not able to be felt because so fine

Impartia

impartial = not favouring one side / (just)

Impertinen

impertinent = not polite,  not showing proper respect

Imperturbable

imperturbable = (calm) / not easily made angry or excited

Impervious

impervious = not allowing to pass through, (eg. Rubber is impervious to liquid / He is impervious to reason=cannot be made to understand)

Improvident

improvident = not looking to the future,(eg.not laying aside money for future needs)

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Impudend

Impudend = (rude) / not showing proper respect

inapt

inapt = not skillful/not concerned with the matter which is being talked about

incoherent

incoherent = (of the expression of idea) in bad order, not well arranged / (of a person)unable to express his idea clearly)

incommensurable

incommensurable = (of two things) not able to be compared with each other, not able to be measured the one with the other / (compar=to set side by side & notice the sameness or difference)

incommensurate

incommensurate = not equal, not enough

incongruous

incongruous = not suitable or suiting, not agreeing with,(eg.a lady hat on a man)

inconsequential

inconsequential = not following the natural order, not making sense,(eg.I am ill but it is raining)

inconsiderable

inconsiderable = (small)/not worth nothing

incorrigible

incorrigible = not able to be set right or made to behave well/(hopelessly bad)

incredulous

incredulous = (disbelieving), not willing to believe

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