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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

Imperiousness: arrogance, superiority, overbearingness
Example: [A life of indolence and luxury had bred a certain air of imperiousness in her]

Impermeable: not permitting passage through its substance
Example: [this new material is impermeable to liquids]

Impermissible:
forbidden, not permitted, not allowed, prohibited, inadmissible
Example: [products making impermissible claims]

Impersonate:
To appear or act in the character of.

Impertinence:
disrespect, cheekiness, rudeness, impoliteness, inappropriateness
Example: [Goaded into fury by the impertinence of a boy, he had used insulting words]

Impertinent:
rude insolent
Example: [an impertinent question]

Imperturbable:
calm
Example: [he remained imperturbable despite the panic around him]

Impervious:
Impenetrable
Example: [How does glue bond with impervious substances like glass and metal]

Impetuosity:
hastiness, impulsiveness, violence, fury
Example: [You must remember that Helen, with all her frankness and impetuosity, is still no child]

Impetuous:
quick to act without thinking
Example: [He’s so impetuous – why can’t he think things over before he rushes into them]

Impetus:
spark stimulus
Example: [to give a fresh impetus to the cause]

Impiety:
a lack of respect for religion
Example: [The church accused him of impiety]

Impinge:
touch encroach
Example: [the new project will seriously impinge on the education budget]

Impious:
not devout in religion
Example: [impious remarks]

Implacable:
merciless unappeasable
Example: [an implacable enemy]

Implant:
instill
Example: [He implanted some very strange attitudes in his children]

Implausible:
inconceivable unlikely
Example: [The whole plot of the film is ridiculously implausible]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Implement: execute carry out
Example: [The changes will be implemented next year]

Implicate:
To show or prove to be involved in or concerned

Implication:
that which is implied or suggested
Example: [implications of your remark]

Implicit:
Implied
Example: [an implicit threat]

Implore:
plead, beg, entreat, appeal, pray, appeal
Example: [I implore you not to waste any more money]

Imply:
to communicate indirectly
Example: [Are you implying that I’m fat?]

Impolitic:
unwise
Example: [I thought it impolitic to ask any questions about her child’s failure]

Imponderable:
difficult to estimate
Example: [There are too many imponderables to make an accurate forecast]

Import:
significance meaning
Example: [the visit is of no import]

Importation:
The act or practice of bringing from one country into another.

Importunate:
request, Urgent in character, or demand
Example: [hide from importunate creditors]

Importune:
urgent request
Example: [As a tourist, you are importuned for money the moment you step outside your hotel]

Imposing:
dignified intimidating
Example: [an imposing figure]

Imposition:
intrusion
Example: [the imposition of the death penalty]

Imposture:
masquerade assuming a false identity
Example: [imposture as a doctor]

Impotent:
powerless
Example: [When your child is ill, you feel impotent]

Impoverish:
To make indigent or poor
Example: [Excessive farming had impoverished the soil]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Imprecation: swearing, insult, curse
Example: [a momentary imprecation]

Impregnable:
totally safe from attack
Example: [Despite burglar alarms, homes are never impregnable against determined thieves]

Impressionable:
easily influenced susceptible
Example: [at an impressionable age]

Imprimatur:
sanction
Example: [imprimatur of the armed forces]

Impromptu:
without rehearsal spontaneous
Example: [impromptu speech]

Impropriety:
The state of being inappropriate
Example: [legal impropriety]

Improvident:
lacking foresight or thrift
Example: [to mend his improvident ways]

Improvise:
invent
Example: [I hadn’t prepared a speech so I suddenly had to improvise]

Imprudent:
unwise
Example: [imprudent decision]

Impudence:
Insolent disrespect.

Impugn:
criticize
Example: [Are you impugning my competence as a professional designer]

Impulse:
sudden tendency
Example: [a sudden impulse to shout]

Impulsion:
Impetus.

Impulsive:
to act suddenly
Example: [Don’t be so impulsive – think before you act]

Impunity:
exemption from harm
Example: [gangs are terrorizing the city with apparent impunity]

Impute:
charge
Example: [They imputed the error to the lawyer]
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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