Part 1.

imposition
an uncalled-for burden
imposture
pretending to be another person
improvident
not supplying something useful for the future
incandescent
characterized by ardent emotion, intensity, or brilliance
incidental
not of prime or central importance
incipient
only partly in existence; imperfectly formed

 

Part 2.

incisive
demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions
inclement
severe, of weather
inclined
at an angle to the horizontal or vertical position
inclusive
encompassing much or everything
incongruity
the quality of disagreeing
inconsequential
lacking worth or importance

 

Part 3.

incorrigible
impervious to correction by punishment
inculcate
teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions
indemnify
make amends for; pay compensation for
indication
something that serves to suggest
indite
produce a literary work
infallible
incapable of failure or error

 

Part 4.

infest
occupy in large numbers or live on a host
inflammatory
arousing to action or rebellion
ingrained
deeply rooted; firmly fixed or held
ingratiate
gain favor with somebody by deliberate efforts
inimical
not friendly
inimitable
matchless

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2020-04-17