Vocabulary Review

English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Review for 27th May :

  1. Impossibility (n) : impracticality


  2. Impossible (adj.) : not possible


  3. Impost (n) : tax


  4. Impostor (n) : one who deceives by false pretences


  5. Imposture (n) : deception by means of false pretences


  6. Impotent (adj.) : weak, lacking in manly sexual capacity


  7. Impound (v) : to seize by legal authority, to shut up (animal) in a pound


  8. Impoverish (v) : to make poor, render less fertile, weaken


  9. Impracticable (adj.) : not able to be done


  10. Imprecate (v) : to call down curses upon


  11. Impregnable (adj.) : able to with stand any attack


  12. Impress (v) : imprint, press, stamp, fix deeply in the mind


  13. Impression (n) : idea, mark made by pressure, number of copies of book etc., printed at one time


  14. Impressionable (adj.) : easily affected, sensitive to impressions


  15. Impressive (adj.) : creating a great effect on the mind and the feelings


  16. Imprison (v) : to confine in a prison


  17. Imprisonment (n) : confining in a prison


  18. Improbability (n) : that which is not likely to happen


  19. Improbable (adj.) : not likely to be true or to happen


  20. Impromptu (adj.) : done without previous preparation


  21. Improper (adj.) : not suitable, incorrect


  22. Improve (v) : to make or become better, utilize


  23. Improvement (n) : not providing for future needs


  24. Improvident (adj.) : not providing for future needs


  25. Improvise (v) : to devise on the spur of the moment


  26. Imprudence (n) : rashness


  27. Imprudent (adj.) : uncautious, rash, foolhardy


  28. Impudence (n) : insolence, shamelessness


  29. Impudent (adj.) : shameless, bold, rude


  30. Impugn (v) : to attack in argument


  31. Impulse (n) : force, incentive, motive


  32. Impunity (n) : dirtiness, adulteration


  33. Impure (adj.) : not pure, dirty immoral


  34. Impurity (n) : dirtiness, adulteration


  35. Impute (v) : to blame for, ascribe


  36. In (prep.) : inside of


  37. Inability (n) : lack of power or means




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