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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

Incoherence: expressing unclearly
Example: [incoherent speech]

Incoherent: Not logically coordinated as to parts elements or details.

Incombustible:
flame-resistant, fireproof, fire-resistant
Example: [It is a transparent gas, which is incombustible and extinguishes flame]

Incommunicado:
unable to communicate with others
Example: [His secretary says he will be incommunicado for the rest of the day]

Incomparable:
peerless
Example: [incomparable beauty]

Incompatibility:
inability to live in harmony
Example: [An incompatibility problem prevents the two pieces of software from being used together]

Incompatible:
unable to exist or work because of basic differences:]
Example: [we were incompatible as partners]

Incompetence:
incapability, lack of ability, uselessness, ineffectiveness, incompetency
Example: [to dissemble your incompetence]

Incomplete:
Lacking some element part or adjunct necessary or required.

Incompressible:
not able to be condensed or shortened, not able to be pressed, not able to be flattened or squeezed
Example: [This piston is pierced with a small hole, through which the incompressible liquid passes as the piston moves]

Inconceivable:
unthinkable
Example: [It would be inconceivable for her to change her mind]

Incongruous:
absurd out of place
Example: [The new computer looked incongruous in the dark book-filled library]

Inconsequential:
Valueless
Example: [an inconsequential matter]

Inconsiderable:
Small in quantity or importance.

Inconsiderate:
thoughtless
Example: [Our neighbors are very inconsiderate]

Inconsistent:
discordant, incompatible, contradictory, unpredictable, incongruous
Example: [inconsistent findings/results/messages]

Inconspicuous:
not noticeable
Example: [At parties, he always stands in a corner and tries to look inconspicuous]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Inconstant: Changeable.

Incontinent:
licentious lacking self-restraint
Example: [some old people become incontinent and cannot control urination]

Incontrovertible:
Indisputable
Example: [incontrovertible proof]

Inconvenient:
Interfering with comfort or progress.

Incorporate:
combine
Example: [This aircraft incorporates several new safety features]

Incorporeal:
spiritual intangible
Example: [a strange incorporeal being]

Incorrigible:
who cannot be reformed
Example: [an incorrigible liar]

Incredulity:
a tendency to disbelief
Example: [a sense of incredulity, anger and pain]

Incredulous:
doubtful skeptical
Example: [incredulous spectators]

Increment:
increase step
Example: [salary increments]

Incriminate:
accuse
Example: [an incriminating report]

Incubate:
to hatch to sit on eggs
Example: [birds incubate their eggs]

Incubus:
nightmare
Example: [the incubus of financial worry]

Inculcate:
indoctrinate, instill, to teach
Example: [to inculcate a team spirit]

Inculpated:
accused, incriminated, to blame, charged
Example: [If Mr. Vandeventer thinks himself inculpated by any of the testimony which has appeared before the committee let his memorial and papers go to a committee of the House]

Incumbent:
required obligatory
Example: [She felt it incumbent upon her]

Incur:
bring upon oneself
Example: [to incur debts]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Incursion: raid
Example: [incursions into enemy territory]

Indecent:
offensive
Example: [an indecent act]

Indecipherable:
unclear, unintelligible, illegible, unreadable, incomprehensible
Example: [indecipherable handwriting/message/code/symbols]

Indefatigable:
never getting tired
Example: [an indefatigable campaigner]

Indefensible:
unforgivable Untenable
Example: [The war is morally indefensible]

Indefinitely:
In a vague or uncertain way.

Indelible:
unremovable, unforgettable, lasting, permanent, inerasable
Example: [an indelible stain]

Indemnity:
compensate against loss insurance
Example: [city will indemnify all home owners]

Indenture:
bound to another by contract
Example: [He was indentured to a carpenter]

Indescribable:
That can not be described.

Indicant:
That which points out.

Indicative:
implying suggestive
Example: [Resumption of the talks is indicative of an improving relationship between the countries]

Indicator:
pointer, gauge, index, measuring instrument, signal
Example: [There was some kind of an indicator on the side of it that looked like the face of a watch]

Indict:
charge with a crime
Example: [Five people were indicted for making and selling counterfeit currency]

Indifferent:
unconcerned
Example: [indifferent attitude]

Indigenous:
Native
Example: [Are there any species of frog indigenous to the area]
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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