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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

Indigent: very poor
Example: [One of my duties was to interview and examine patients newly admitted to the indigent medical ward]

Indigestible: Not digestible or difficult to digest.

Indigestion:
dyspepsia, heartburn, uncomfortable feelings caused when your stomach has difficulty in digesting food
Example: [Spicy foods always give me indigestion]

Indignant:
annoyed, irate, furious, angry, offended
Example: [indignant customers/letters/shouts]

Indignation:
annoyance, anger, wrath exasperation
Example: [he felt indignation at the ill treatment of helpless animal]

Indignity:
a loss of respect
Example: [They were subjected to various indignities]

Indiscernible:
undetectable, unnoticeable, imperceptible, inaudible, that cannot be seen or perceived
Example: [The trail was like a softened stripe; footprints might be there, merged into the pattern till they were indiscernible. The track was almost indiscernible and finally became invisible]

Indiscreet:
Lacking wise judgment
Example: [In an indiscreet moment]

Indiscriminate:
random
Example: [an indiscriminate terrorist attack]

Indisputable:
unquestioned not disputed
Example: [One fact is indisputable]

Indissoluble:
permanent
Example: [an indissoluble bond of friendship]

Indistinct:
unclear, blurry, vague, hazy, faint
Example: [an indistinct shape/figure]

Indite:
compose write
Example: [indite letters]

Indivisible:
undividable, inseparable, unified
Example: [The two are identical: they are indivisible: they are not two, but one]

Indolence:
lethargy, laziness, apathy, inactivity, slowness
Example: [Some claim that video games encourage indolence]

Indolent:
lazy
Example: [an indolent reply]

Indomitable:
fearless invincible
Example: [The indomitable Mr. Gandhi said he would continue to fight for justice]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Indubitable: unquestionable
Example: [an indubitable fact]

Indubitably:
beyond doubt, unquestionably, without a doubt, certainly
Example: [It would seem that both the mature young lady and the mature young gentleman must indubitably be Veneering’s oldest friends]

Induce:
bring about persuade
Example: [They induced her to take the job by promising more money]

Induct:
To bring in
Example: [was inducted into the party]

Inductive:
related to induction or proceeding from the specific to the general
Example: [inductive reasoning]

Indulge:
to give in to a craving or desire
Example: [to indulge in a little nostalgia]

Indulgent:
Yielding to the desires of oneself
Example: [indulgent relative]

Industrious:
hard-working
Example: [an industrious worker]

Industry:
energy business or trade

Inebriate:
To intoxicate
Example: [the inebriated driver]

Inebriated:
intoxicated drunk
Example: [inebriated state]

Inedible:
uneatable, unfit to be eaten
Example: [Why shouldn’t she learn to make seed meal, to catch and cook rabbits, to distinguish edible cactus from inedible?]

Ineffable:
inexpressible
Example: [ineffable joy]

Inefficient:
Not accomplishing an intended purpose.

Ineligible:
not eligible, unfit, not suitable, banned, not qualified
Example: [ineligible for funding]

Ineluctable:
inescapable
Example: [he believed his fate was ineluctable and refused to make an attempt]

Inept:
clumsy unfit
Example: [an inept comment]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Inerrancy: freedom from error, infallibility
Example: [There is, in fact, not a single quality of human nature that can be said to act with inerrancy]

Inert:
inactive
Example: [The dog lay inert on the sofa]

Inertia:
state of being inactive or indisposed to move
Example: [our inertia in this matter may prove disastrous]

Inestimable:
priceless
Example: [The medical importance of this discovery is of inestimable value]

Inevitable:
predestined Unavoidable
Example: [an inevitable war]

Inexhaustible:
boundless, infinite, tireless, limitless, unfailing
Example: [inexhaustible energy/supply]

Inexorable:
inflexible relentless
Example: [the inexorable progress of science]

Inexpedient:
unsuitable, inappropriate, unwise, inadvisable
Example: [It would have been churlish and inexpedient after this to insist on further conversation]

Inexperience:
Lack of or deficiency in experience.

Inexplicable:
incomprehensible, mysterious, unexplainable, enigmatical, unaccountable
Example: [inexplicable change]

Inexpressible:
overwhelming, indescribable, beyond words, unspeakable
Example: [inexpressible loneliness/joy/pain]

Infallible:
incapable of making a mistake
Example: [Even the experts are not infallible]

Infamous:
notorious
Example: [infamous criminal]

Infamy:
Total loss or destitution of honor or reputation.

Infantile:
immature childish
Example: [infantile behavior]

Infantry:
foot soldiers
Example: [heavy infantry unit]
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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