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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

In Toto: entirely in full
Example: [The available information amounts to very little in toto]

Inaccurate: Not exactly according to the facts.

Inadequate:
Insufficient.

Inadmissible:
excluded, prohibited, inappropriate, unacceptable
Example: [inadmissible evidence]

Inadvertent:
unintentional
Example: [All authors need to be wary of inadvertent copying of other people’s ideas]

Inadvertently:
unknowingly, unwittingly, mistakenly, thoughtlessly, unintentionally
Example: [He had found on the street a letter that had inadvertently been dropped]

Inadvisable:
not recommended
Example: [Weight-lifting is inadvisable if you have a weak heart]

Inalienable:
that which cannot be taken away
Example: [an inalienable right]

Inane:
stupid vacuous
Example: [There are too many inane quiz shows on television these days]

Inanimate:
lifeless inorganic
Example: [an inanimate object]

Inanity:
stupidity, silliness, emptiness, foolishness, vanity
Example: [“Do not interrupt me,” she added coldly as I was about to utter some inanity]

Inapprehensible:
Not to be understood.

Inarticulate:
unable to express clearly
Example: [His speech was inarticulate]

Inaudible:
cannot be heard
Example: [The traffic noise made her voice inaudible]

Inaugurate:
to begin or start officially
Example: [inaugurate a new shop]

Inborn:
innate
Example: [an inborn tendency]

Inbred:
inborn, inherited, innate, deep-seated, inherent
Example: [Her voice was under control; her inbred capacity for deceit was ready for action]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Incandescence: glow, the phenomenon of light emission by a hot object, light, radiance
Example: [Only the incandescence of the metal and the flame itself were visible]

Incandescent:
brilliant
Example: [incandescent bulb]

Incantation:
chant
Example: [Around the fire, tribal elders chanted incantations]

Incapacitate:
disable
Example: [Rubber bullets are designed to incapacitate people rather than kill them]

Incarcerate:
to put in a jail
Example: [Thousands of dissidents have been incarcerated]

Incarnadine:
blood-red in color
Example: [Let the light of the burning building scare the nightingales and incarnadine the willows]

Incarnate:
having bodily form
Example: [as devil’s incarnate]

Incarnation:
act of assuming a human body and human nature
Example: [Hindus believe in re-incarnation]

Incendiary:
flammable burning easily
Example: [an incendiary bomb]

Incense:
enrage
Example: [I was so incensed by what he was saying I had to walk out]

Incensed:
furious, very angry, angered at something unjust or wrong
Example: [They were incensed at the judge’s unfairness]

Incentive:
stimulus
Example: [Tax incentive]

Inception:
The beginning
Example: [since its inception]

Inceptive:
Beginning.

Incessant:
Unceasing
Example: [The first thing you notice about Hanoi, the capital, is the incessant noise]

Incest:
sexual activity between family members
Example: [a victim of incest]

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


Inchoate: just begun
Example: [She had a child’s inchoate awareness of language]

Inchoative:
That which begins or expresses beginning.

Incidence:
Casual occurrence
Example: [what a coincidence-both of us are in this hotel]

Incident:
A happening in general especially one of little importance.

Incidental:
minor insignificant
Example: [incidental details]

Incinerate:
burn
Example: [to incinerate waste]

Incipience:
beginning, start, commencement, launch, first stage
Example: [Those who supported the idea in its incipience always urged the necessity of employing them in the army]

Incipient:
beginning to exist
Example: [signs of incipient public frustration]

Incision:
cut
Example: [The surgeon made a small incision]

Incisive:
penetrating keen
Example: [incisive questions]

Incite:
provoke foment
Example: [he incited racial hatred]

Inclement:
harsh
Example: [inclement weather]

Inclined:
leaning, having a tendency, prone, predisposed, having a preference
Example: [to be inclined to believe something]

Inclusive:
comprehensive
Example: [the price is inclusive of taxes]

Incoercible:
Incapable of being forced constrained or compelled.

Incognito:
disguised
Example: [The prince often traveled abroad incognito]
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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