Part 1.

humiliate
cause to feel shame
hummock
a small natural hill
hurtle
move with or as if with a rushing sound
husbandry
the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock
iconoclast
someone who attacks cherished ideas or institutions
ideology
an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group

 

Part 2.

idiosyncrasy
a behavioral attribute peculiar to an individual
ignominious
deserving or bringing disgrace or shame
ignominy
a state of dishonor
illustrious
widely known and esteemed
imbibe
take in liquids
immure
lock up or confine, in or as in a jail

 

Part 3.

immutable
not subject or susceptible to change or variation
impart
transmit, as knowledge or a skill
impel
cause to move forward with force
impertinent
improperly forward or bold
imperturbable
marked by extreme calm and composure
impetus
a force that makes something happen

 

Part 4.

impiety
unrighteousness by virtue of lacking respect for a god
implacable
incapable of being appeased or pacified
impolitic
not marked by artful prudence
importunate
making persistent or urgent requests
imposed
set forth authoritatively as obligatory
imposing
impressive in appearance

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2020-04-17