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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

Infer: deduce conclude
Example: [What do you infer from her refusal?]

Inference: resulting conclusion
Example: [what is the inference]

Infernal:
hellish
Example: [He described a journey through the infernal world]

Infidel:
nonbeliever
Example: [infidel armies]

Infiltrate:
to pass secretly into enemy territory
Example: [A journalist managed to infiltrate the powerful drug cartel]

Infinite:
Measureless.

Infinitesimal:
very small
Example: [The amounts of radioactivity present were infinitesimal]

Infinity:
eternity, limitlessness, endlessness
Example: [It possesses the attributes of infinity, is indestructible, immortal, undying]

Infirm:
sick, unwell, weak, ill, unstable
Example: [Can they give beauty to the deformed, strength to the weak, or health to the infirm?]

Infirmity:
disease ailment
Example: [an advanced state of infirmity]

Inflammation:
irritation, swelling, ignition, redness, firing
Example: [He was dying of inflammation of the liver, contracted in Senegal]

Inflammatory:
incendiary
Example: [inflammatory speech]

Inflate:
heighten, enhance, intensify raise
Example: [his claims about the new products were inflated]

Influence:
Ability to sway the will of another.

Influx:
inflow
Example: [an influx of refugees]

Infraction:
violation
Example: [an infraction of the rules]

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


Infringe: encroach
Example: [They infringed building regulations]

Infuriate:
to anger enrage
Example: [His casual attitude infuriates me]

Infuse:
instill inspire
Example: [Her arrival infused the children with enthusiasm]

Infusion:
distillation, mixture, extract, brew, instillation
Example: [an intravenous infusion of insulin]

Ingenious:
clever
Example: [ingenious solution to a difficult problem]

Ingenue:
a naïve young woman
Example: [she insisted that she be cast as an ingenue]

Ingenuity:
originality, inventiveness, skillfulness, cleverness, resourcefulness
Example: [The canoes were often large, and constructed with great labour and ingenuity]

Ingenuous:
naïve and unsophisticated
Example: [it was rather ingenuous of him to ask a complete stranger to look after his luggage]

Inglorious:
Shameful
Example: [a long, inglorious record]

Ingraft:
To set or implant deeply and firmly.

Ingrained:
firmly rooted deeply established
Example: [The belief that you should own your own house is deeply ingrained in our society]

Ingrate:
ungrateful person
Example: [The feudal deference, and the ingrate privileges, crumble under the pressure for social equity]

Ingratiate:
flattering, pleasing, endearing
Example: [He’s always trying to ingratiate himself with his boss]

Ingratitude:
Insensibility to kindness.

Inhabit:
to dwell in to occupy
Example: [These remote islands are inhabited only by birds and small animals]

Inherence:
quality of existing as a natural or essential part, quality of being inherent
Example: [The three dynamical relations then, from which all others spring, are those of Inherence, Consequence, and Composition]

Inherent:
inborn innate
Example: [an inherent distrust of lawyer]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Inhibit: restrain
Example: [This drug inhibits the growth of tumors]

Inhuman:
Savage.

Inhume:
place in a grave, bury, entomb
Example: [The early Christians inhumed the bodies of their martyrs in their temples]

Inimical:
hostile, adverse, unfriendly
Example: [Excessive managerial control is inimical to creative expression]

Inimitable:
peerless
Example: [in his own inimitable style]

Iniquitous:
wicked unjust
Example: [an iniquitous system]

Iniquity:
evil, wickedness, injustice, immorality, sin
Example: [You don’t imagine that I would be guilty of such an iniquity?]

Initiate:
introduce begin
Example: [initiate a discussion]

Initiation:
induction ceremony
Example: [the initiation of divorce proceedings]

Inject:
as a fluid, To introduce, by injection
Example: [to inject himself with insulin every day]

Injunction:
Mandate.

Injurious:
harmful
Example: [cigarette smoking is injurious to your health]

Inkling:
A hint
Example: [He must have had some inkling of what was happening]

Inland:
inside a country, midland, to the interior of a region
Example: [inland areas]

Inmost:
innermost, deepest, most central, secret, most private
Example: [Barnes, looking around quickly to see who had read his inmost thoughts, met the firm glance of his antagonist]

Innate:
natural inborn
Example: [his innate goodness]
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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