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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Gk in Hindi Samanya Gyan

Illusive: Deceptive
Example: [Their hopes of a peaceful solution turned out to be illusory]

Illusory: unreal fleeting
Example: [illusory statements]

Illustrious:
famous
Example: [an illustrious political family]

Imaginary:
Fancied.

Imbecility:
weakness of mind
Example: [imbecility of the leaders]

Imbibe:
drink
Example: [the dry soil imbibed the rains quickly]

Imbroglio:
a difficult situation full of problems
Example: [The Soviet Union became anxious to withdraw its soldiers from the Afghan imbroglio]

Imbrue:
To wet or moisten
Example: [imbrued in blood]

Imbue:
dye, infuse, wet
Example: [His poetry is imbued with religious feelings]

Imitation:
That which is made as a likeness or copy.

Immaculate:
free from error spotlessly clean
Example: [dressed immaculately]

Immaterial:
irrelevant
Example: [How you dress is immaterial for a written exam]

Immature:
Not full-grown.

Immense:
huge
Example: [at immense cost]

Immerse:
dip bathe
Example: [immerse something in water]

Immersion:
The act of plunging or dipping entirely under water or another fluid.

Immigrant:
migrant, one who settles in a country where they were not born, settler, refugee
Example: [The vast majority of European immigrants to the United States today are from eastern European countries]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Immigrate: To come into a country or region from a former habitat.

Imminent:
about to happen
Example: [imminent danger]

Immobile:
not moveable still
Example: [She sat immobile, wondering what to do next]

Immolate:
sacrifice
Example: [he immolated himself to death]

Immoral:
Habitually engaged in licentious or lewd practices.

Immortalize:
make immortal, commemorate, perpetuate, preserve, to cause to exist forever
Example: [Socrates was immortalized by Plato]

Immovable:
Steadfast.

Immune:
as from disease Exempt
Example: [He seems to be immune to colds]

Immunity:
exemption from prosecution
Example: [He was granted immunity from prosecution]

Immure:
build a wall around
Example: [the student immured himself in the room for two weeks before exams]

Immutable:
Unchangeable
Example: [immutable law]

Impair:
injure
Example: [A recurring knee injury might have impaired his chances of winning the tournament]

Impale:
pierce
Example: [The dead deer was impaled on a spear]

Impalpable:
difficult to feel or understand
Example: [an impalpable beauty]

Impartial:
not biased
Example: [an impartial judgment]

Impassable:
That can not be passed through or over.

Impasse:
deadlock
Example: [The dispute had reached an impasse, as neither side would compromise]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Impassioned: emotional fiery
Example: [to make an impassioned plea for something]

Impassive:
without feeling calm
Example: [an impassive individual]

Impeach:
charge accuse
Example: [The governor was impeached for wrongful use of state money]

Impeccable:
faultless
Example: [His English is impeccable]

Impecunious:
having no money indigent
Example: [an impecunious student]

Impede:
hinder
Example: [a broken-down car is impeding the flow of traffic]

Impediment:
obstacle
Example: [war is an impediment to progress of the country]

Impend:
To be imminent.

Impending:
approaching
Example: [impending disaster]

Impenetrable:
thick, dark, impossible to be penetrated, dense, incomprehensible
Example: [She felt herself clad in an impenetrable armor of falsehood. impenetrable battleships]

Impenitent:
not repentant
Example: [we could see by his brazen attitude that he was impenitent]

Imperative:
pressing vital
Example: [it is imperative that I speak with him at once]

Imperceptible:
intangible slight
Example: [imperceptible changes]

Imperial:
magnificent, majestic, regal, royal, relating to an empire
Example: [imperial power/government/court/authority/forces]

Imperil:
To endanger.

Imperious:
domineering
Example: [an imperious manner]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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