Vocabulary Dictionary

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Dictionary for 28th May :

  1. Inaccurate (adj.) : not exact, wrong


  2. Inaction (n) : idleness


  3. Inactive (adj.) : idle, not working


  4. Inactivity (n) : idleness, want of activity


  5. Inadequate (adj.) : insufficient, imperfect, defective


  6. Inadmissible (adj.) : that cannot be allowed, unfit


  7. Inadvertence (n) : want of care


  8. Inadvisable (adj.) : not advisable


  9. Inalienable (adj.) : not transferable


  10. Inane (adj.) : foolish


  11. Inanimate (adj.) : without organic life


  12. Inanition (n) : emptiness, exhaustion from lack of food


  13. Inapplicable (adj.) : not suitable, inappropriate


  14. Inappreciable (adj.) : that cannot be appreciated


  15. Inapproachable (adj.) : difficult to meet or reach


  16. Inappropriate (adj.) : unsuitable, unfitting


  17. Inapt (adj.) : unskilled, not bearing on the subject


  18. Inartistic (adj.) : unskilled, not following the principles of art


  19. Inarticulate (adj.) : unable to speak clearly, not distinct


  20. In as much as (adv) : since, because, seeing that


  21. Inattention (n) : heedlessness


  22. Inaudible (adj.) : not loud enough, to be heard


  23. Inaugural (adj.) : pertaining to an opening ceremony


  24. Inaugurate (v) : to make a beginning formally


  25. Inauspicious (adj.) : unlucky, unfavourable


  26. Inborn (adj.) : innate, implanted by nature


  27. Incalculable (adj.) : uncertain, not foreseeable, that cannot be counted or measured


  28. Incandescent (adj.) : glowing with heat


  29. Incantation (n) : enchantment, any magic


  30. Incapable (adj.) : incompetent, disqualified


  31. Incapacitate (v) : make unfit, to disqualify


  32. Incapacity (n) : incapability


  33. Incarceration (n) : confinement


  34. Incarnation (n) : embodiment of idea, quality, principle etc., in concrete from, personification


  35. Incendiarism (n) : the crime of setting fire to property


  36. Incense (n) : fragrant smoke from burning aromatic herbs, spices etc


  37. Incentive (adj.) : stimulating, encouraging


  38. Inception (n) : beginning, initial period


  39. Incessant (adj.) : continued or repeated without a pause




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