Word Meaning of English Words

English Vocabulary Index

Word Meaning of English Words for 1st June :

  1. Indulgent (adj.) : satisfying the wishes of others, kind


  2. Industrial (adj.) : having to do with industry


  3. Industrialist (n) : owner of a large scale industry


  4. Industrious (adj.) : busily at work, showing care and effort


  5. Industry (n) : business or manufacture, quality of being hard working


  6. Inebriate (v) : to intoxicate


  7. Inedible (adj.) : not eatable


  8. Ineffable (adj.) : indescribable


  9. Ineffective (adj.) : not producing the desired effect, inefficient


  10. Inefficient (adj.) : incapable, weak


  11. Inelegant (adj.) : ugly


  12. Ineligible (adj.) : not suitable or qualified


  13. Inept (adj.) : unsuitable, absurd


  14. Inequality (n) : unevenness, imbalance


  15. Inequitable (adj.) : unjust, unfair


  16. Inequity (n) : injustice


  17. Inert (adj.) : inactive, dull


  18. Inertia (n) : laziness, dullness


  19. Inertness (n) : laziness, dullness


  20. Inestimable (adj.) : not able to be valued


  21. Inevitable (adj.) : unavoidable


  22. Inexact (adj.) : not accurate or true


  23. Inexcusable (adj.) : unpardonable


  24. Inexhaustible (adj.) : not fully used up, tireless


  25. Inexorable (adj.) : stern


  26. Inexpedient (adj.) : disadvantageous, unfit, unwise


  27. Inexpensive (adj.) : cheap in price


  28. Inexperience (n) : want of knowledge


  29. Inexpert (adj.) : unskilled


  30. Inexplicable (adj.) : unintelligible, not able to be explained


  31. Inexplicable (adj.): that cannot be solved or escaped from


  32. Infallible (adj.) : perfect, certain


  33. Infamy (n) : public disgrace, shame


  34. Infancy (n) : the beginning, child hood


  35. Infant (n) : baby


  36. Infanticide (n) : one who kills an infant, murder of an infant


  37. Infantry (n) : foot soldier


  38. Infatuate (v): to inspire with extreme folly


  39. Infect (v) : cause disease, pollute


  40. Infection (n) : spreading of disease


  41. Infectious (adj.) : contagious


  42. Infer (v) : to judge, to hint at




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