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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

Intricacy: difficulty, complexity, complication, obscurity
Example: [The intricacy of these dialects is another peculiarity. Once I familiarized myself with the intricacies of the program I was able to produce more sophisticated designs]

Intricate: complex
Example: [an intricate design]

Intrigue:
mystery plot
Example: [people have been intrigued by]

Intrinsic:
internal Inherent
Example: [intrinsic value]

Introgression:
the entry of a gene from one species to another, entrance
Example: [Introgression is the movement of a gene from one species into the gene pool of another through cross-breeding]

Introit:
hymn, psalm, musical composition played at the beginning of church services
Example: [When the Mass began the choir broke forth, singing the introit]

Introspect:
To look into.

Introspection:
self-analysis, examination of your own thoughts, desires, and feelings, self-contemplation, self-examination, soul-searching
Example: [Let us proceed at once to test our conclusion by introspection]

Introspective:
looking within oneself
Example: [introspective songs]

Introversion:
introverted disposition, inner contemplation, introspection, self-absorption
Example: [This concentration upon the inner world of thought is nothing else than introversion]

Introvert:
To turn within
Example: [an introverted child]

Intrude:
To go unwanted to a place
Example: [I hope I’m not intruding]

Intrusion:
entering without invitation; encroachment
Example: [excessive government intrusion]

Intuition:
Instinctive knowledge or feeling
Example: [base your judgment on intuition]

Inundate:
flood
Example: [We have been inundated with requests for help]

Inundation:
Flood.

Inured:
hardened accustomed
Example: [she became inured to the heat of Rajasthan desert]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Invalid: Having no force weight or cogency.

Invalidate:
to negate or nullify disprove
Example: [the new experiment invalidated the old theory]

Invaluable:
priceless, irreplaceable, indispensable, precious, of great worth
Example: [invaluable information/advice/experience]

Invariable:
Unchangeable
Example: [The menu is invariable but the food is always good]

Invasion:
attack, assault, encroachment, offensive, intrusion
Example: [When it was supposed that the French might attempt the invasion of this country, in 1798, preparations were made to meet them]

Invective:
verbal insult
Example: [A stream of invective from some sectors of the press continues to assail the government]

Inveigh:
protest strongly to rail against
Example: [There were politicians who inveighed against immigrants to get votes]

Inveigle:
lure
Example: [Her son tried to inveigle her into giving him the money for a car]

Inventive:
resourceful cleaver
Example: [He is very inventive]

Inverse:
directly opposite
Example: [in inverse proportion to]

Inversion:
reversed position, transposition, mutation, reversal
Example: [It is such a ridiculous inversion of the truth that it ought not to be necessary even to allude to it. But the inversion of values is quite different from nihilism, the denial of all values]

Invert:
To turn upside down
Example: [invert the dish]

Investigator:
private eye, detective, researcher, agent, examiner
Example: [Accident investigators have been there all day]

Inveterate:
chronic, habitual, long-standing
Example: [I never trust anything he says – the man’s an inveterate liar]

Invidious:
incurring ill-will
Example: [Such a difficult choice placed her in an invidious position]

Invigorate:
revitalize, strengthen, energize, refresh, enliven
Example: [I for my part shall always be ready to invigorate and support him]

Invincible:
unbeatable cannot be defeated
Example: [Last year the company seemed invincible but in recent weeks has begun to have problems]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Inviolability: security from being destroyed
Example: [they respected the inviolability of her faith]

Inviolable:
unchallengeable, untouchable, incorruptible, secure, sacred
Example: [I must instruct you in the laws they observe in their cups; laws sacred and inviolable]

Inviolate:
sacred
Example: [For centuries the tomb lay inviolate]

Invocation:
calling on God

Invoke:
request assistance or protection
Example: [to invoke ancient gods]

Involuntary:
unintentional, not voluntary, compelled, automatic, uncontrollable
Example: [This tendency is beyond my control; it is involuntary, habitual, instinctive]

Involution:
intricacy, degeneration, complex grammatical construction, reduction in size, complication
Example: [a gradual involution of the lymph nodes]

Involve:
To draw into entanglement literally or figuratively.

Invulnerable:
impossible to damage
Example: [The command bunker is invulnerable, even to a nuclear attack]

Inwardly:
With no outward manifestation.

Iota:
A small mark or part
Example: [I haven’t seen one iota of evidence]

Irascible:
irritable
Example: [She’s becoming more and more irascible as she grows older]

Irate:
angry
Example: [irate phone calls]

Ire:
Wrath.

Iridescence:
the state of showing changeable bright colors

Iridescent:
showing many colors
Example: [iridescent materials]
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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