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ACADEMIC VOCABULARY WORDS LIST

ACADEMIC VOCABULARY WORDS LIST

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ACADEMIC VOCABULARY WORDS LIST

ACADEMIC VOCABULARY WORDS LIST

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hang | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v.
suspend; fasten to some elevated point without support from below; hold for support

hanger | Academic Vocabulary Words List
n.
one who hangs, or causes to be hanged; loop or strap by which something is hung

haphazard | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a. Syn. random
not thorough, constant or consistent; by chance

harbor | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v. Syn. hide
provide a refuge for; hide; give shelter to

harden | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v.
become hard or harder

hardware | Academic Vocabulary Words List
n.
mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system

hardy | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a. Syn. robust; healthy
in robust and good health; able to survive under unfavorable conditions

harmful | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a. Syn. damaging; noxious; detrimental; dangerous
damaging; noxious; detrimental; dangerous

harmless | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a. Syn. innocuous
unlikely to harm or disturb anyone

harmonious | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a. Syn. concordant; accordant
concordant; accordant; suitable and fitting

harmony | Academic Vocabulary Words List
n. Syn. compatibility
compatibility in opinion and action; an agreeable sound property

harness | Academic Vocabulary Words List
n. Syn. utilize
stable gear consisting of an arrangement to an animal so that it can be attached to and pull a cart

harsh | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a. Syn. rough; coarse; acid
rough; coarse; severe; unpleasantly stern

harvest | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v. Syn. gather; reap
gather; yield from plants in a single growing season

haste | Academic Vocabulary Words List
n. Syn. hurry
hurry; rapidity of action or motion

hasten | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v. Syn. accelerate; quicken
accelerate; quicken

hasty | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a. Syn. fast; impetuous
easily angered; irritable; made too quickly to be accurate or wise

hatch | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v. Syn. breed
breed; emerge from the egg

haughty | Academic Vocabulary Words List
a.
high; lofty; bold; arrogant; overbearing

haul | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v. Syn. transport; drag
draw slowly or heavily; pull or drag forcibly; shift direction

haunt | Academic Vocabulary Words List
v. Syn. torment; bother; disturb
be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place; bother; disturb

hawk | Academic Vocabulary Words List
n.
bird of prey typically having short rounded wings and a long tail

hay | Academic Vocabulary Words List
n.
grass or other plants, cut and dried for fodder

hazard
n. Syn. danger; risk
danger; risk

heading
n.
course or direction in which a ship or aircraft is moving; title, subtitle, or topic that stands at the top or beginning

headlong
a.
uncontrollably forceful or fast; done with head leading; headfirst

heal
v. Syn. cure
cure; make or get healthy again

heap
n.
crowd or throng; a great number of persons; pile or mass

hearing
n.
opportunity to be heard; capacity to hear; judicial investigation of a suit at law

heave
v. Syn. lift; raise; hoist; throw
cause to move upward or onward by a lifting effort; lift; raise; hoist; throw

heaven
n.
expanse of space surrounding the earth; sky; place where the sun, moon, and stars appear

hedge
n.
thicket of bushes, usually thorn bushes

hedgehog
n.
small European insectivore, and other allied species of Asia and Africa, having the hair on the upper part of its body mixed with prickles or spines

heed
v. Syn. consider
pay attention to; listen to and consider

heel
n.
back part of the human foot; lower end of a ship’s mast

heighten
v. Syn. enhance; hoist; boost
enhance; hoist; raise or increase the quantity or degree of; intensify

heir
n. Syn. descendent; offspring
person who inherits some title or office

heiress
n.
woman who is an heir, especially to great wealth

helicopter
n.
aircraft without wings that obtains its lift from the rotation of overhead blades

hell
n.
place of the dead, or of souls after death where sinners suffer eternal punishment; any place of pain and turmoil

helmet
n.
defensive covering for head; hat, made of cork, felt, or metal, worn as uniform of soldiers, firemen

helpful
a. Syn. useful; beneficial
giving aid; assistant; useful; salutary

helpless
a. Syn. unable; powerless; weak
unable to help oneself; powerless or incompetent; powerless; weak

hemisphere
n. Syn. halves; sides
halves; half of a sphere bounded by a great circle

hence
ad.
from this place; from this time; from this reason; as an inference or deduction

henceforth
ad.
from this time forward; henceforward

herald
n. Syn. announce; proclaim
proclaim; announces important news; messenger

herb
n.
plant lacking a permanent woody stem, some having medicinal properties

herd
n. Syn. flock; crowd
flock; crowd; group of cattle or other domestic animals

hesitant
a. Syn. reluctant; irresolute
reluctant, irresolute; tending to wait, or proceed with caution or reservation

hesitate
v. Syn. vacillate; fluctuate
pause or hold back in uncertainty or unwillingness

hide
v.
prevent from being seen or discovered

hideous
a. Syn. despicable
frightful, shocking, or offensive to the eyes; offensive to moral sensibilities; despicable

hijack
v.
stop and rob a vehicle in transit; seize control of by use of force

hike
v. Syn. travel; walk
long walk usually for exercise or pleasure

hinder
v. Syn. stunt; inhibit; hamper; impede
put at a disadvantage; tie up; hamper; prevent the progress

hindrance
n. Syn. block; obstacle
something that holds back or causes problems with something else; obstacle

hinge
n.
a joint that holds two parts together so that one can swing relative to the other

hint
n. Syn. allusion; clue
allusion; clue; brief or indirect suggestion

hinterland
n. Syn. region; inland
region; remote and undeveloped area

hiss
n.
prolonged sound like that letter s, made by forcing out the breath between the tongue and teeth

historian
n.
one who is an authority on history

historic
a.
having importance or significance in history; belonging to the past; historical

hitchhike
v.
travel by getting free rides from passing vehicles; be carried along with something else

hitherto
ad.
to this place; to a prescribed limit; up to this time; as yet; until now

hoarse
a.
having a harsh, rough, grating voice or sound, as when affected with a cold; making a rough, harsh cry or sound

hobby
n.
auxiliary activity; activity or interest pursued outside one’s regular occupation

hoe
v.
weed, cultivate, or dig up with a tool, which has flat blade attached at right angles to a long handle

hoist
v.
raise; lift; elevate; raise to one’s mouth in order to drink

hold
v.
keep from departing; take and maintain control over; stop dealing with

hollow
a. Syn. empty
sound as if echoing in a empty space; void; vain; not solid; having a space or gap or cavity

homely
a.
of home; domestic; familiar; intimate; plain; unpretending; rude in appearance; unpolished

homesick
a.
unhappy at being away and longing for familiar things or persons

hook
n.
a piece of metal, or other hard material, bent into curve or at angle, for catching, holding, or sustaining anything

hop
v.
move by successive leaps, as toads do; spring or jump on one foot

horizon
n. Syn. range; limit
line at which the sky and Earth appear to meet; range of one’s knowledge, experience, or interest

horizontal
a. Syn. flat; level
flat; level; parallel to or in a base line

horn
n.
one of the bony outgrowths on the heads of certain ungulates

horrible
a. Syn. dreadful; terrible; shocking
exciting, or tending to horror or fear; hideous

horror
n. Syn. terror; fear
terror; fear; intense dislike

hose
n.
a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas

hospitable
a. Syn. generous; receptive
disposed to treat guests with warmth and generosity; receptive

hospitality
n.
act or practice of one who is hospitable; reception and entertainment of strangers or guests without reward

host
n.
great number; person entertaining guests

hostage
n.
prisoner who is held by one party to insure that another party will meet specified terms

hostile
a. Syn. unfriendly; antagonistic
unfriendly; showing the disposition of an enemy

hound
n.
a variety of domestic dog, having large, drooping ears; side bar used to strengthen portions of gear of a vehicle

house
v.
provide living quarters for; lodge; contain; harbor

hover
v. Syn. float; waver; vacillate
hang about; wait nearby; remain floating

howl
v.
utter a loud, mournful sound or cry, as dogs and wolves often do; utter a sound expressive of distress; cry aloud and mournfully

hug
v.
crowd together; keep close to; tight or amorous embrace

hull
n.
outer covering of anything, particularly of a nut or of grain; outer skin of a kernel; husk

hum
n.
low, prolonged sound; humming noise; singing with shut mouth

humane
a.
marked by kindness, mercy, or compassion

humanitarian
n. Syn. philanthropic
philanthropic; one devoted to the promotion of human welfare and to social reforms

humanity
n. Syn. kindness; virtue
kindness; virtue; all of the inhabitants of the earth

humble
a. Syn. meek; submissive; modest
low or inferior in station or quality; modest

humid
a. Syn. damp; wet
containing a high amount of water or water vapor

humidity
n. Syn. dampness; moisture
dampness; moisture

humiliate
v. Syn. embarrass; shame
cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of

humorous
a. Syn. witty; funny; amusing
employing or showing humor; funny; amusing

hunger
n.
strong desire for something; feel the need to eat

hurl
v. Syn. throw; cast; toss
throw with great force; cast; toss

husband
v. Syn. conserve; save
use economically; conserve; save

hush
v.
make silent or quiet; keep from public knowledge; suppress mention of

hustle
v. Syn. bustle
bustle; cause to move furtively and hurriedly

hydrogen
n.
a nonmetallic univalent element that is normally a colorless and odorless highly flammable diatomic gas

hygiene
n. Syn. cleanliness; sanitation
cleanliness; sanitation

hymn
n.
song of praise or adoration, especially, a religious ode, a sacred lyric

hypocrisy
n.
practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold; falseness; expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction

hypothesis
n. Syn. assumption; theory
assumption; theory

hypothetical
a. Syn. supposed; theoretical
based on assumptions; supposed

hysteria
n.
behavior exhibiting excessive or uncontrollable emotion, such as fear or panic; mental disorderhabit
n.
established disposition of the mind or character; distinctive dress, especially of a religious order

haggard
a.
wasted away; showing wearing effects of overwork or suffering

haggle
v. Syn. bargain
argue about prices; bargain, as over the price of something

hail
n.
call for; salute; greet; praise vociferously

hairy
a.
bearing or covered with hair; made of or resembling hair; rough with hair

hallmark
n. Syn. sign
sign; feature; mark indicating quality or excellence

halt
v. Syn. stop; pause
stop; stand in doubt; hesitate

ham
n.
meat cut from the thigh of a hog, usually smoked

hamburger
n.
a fried bread of minced beef served on a bun

hamper
v. Syn. obstruct
put at disadvantage; prevent progress or free movement of

handbook
n.
concise reference book providing specific information

handful
n.
a small number

handicap
n. Syn. disadvantage
disadvantage; physical disability; cripple; hinder; impede

handle
v.
touch; feel with the hand; use or hold with the hand; manage in using; deal with

handsome
a.
skillful; handy; agreeable to the eye or to correct taste; having a pleasing appearance; attractive

handy
a. Syn. convenient; close
convenient; close

ideal
a.
existing in idea or thought; conception; intellectual; mental; imaginary standard of excellence; fit for a model; faultless

identical
a. Syn. duplicate; alike
duplicate; alike; being the exact same one

identification
n.
act of designating or identifying something; condition of having your identity established

identify
v. Syn. detect; spot; find out; discover
detect; find out; discover

identity
n. Syn. individuality; character
exact sameness; distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity

idiom
n. Syn. lingo
expression whose meaning differs from meanings of its individual words; distinctive style

idiomatic
a.
having the nature of an idiom; characteristic of a given language

idiot
n.
foolish or stupid person; unlearned, ignorant, or simple person

idle
a.
useless; vain; trifling; unprofitable; thoughtless; given rest and ease; avoiding work or employment; lazy

idol
n.
image used for worship; image of divinity; representation or symbol; false notion or conception

ignite
v. Syn. kindle
kindle; cause to start burning; set fire to

ignorance
n.
lack of knowledge or education

ignorant
a. Syn. unlearned; uneducated; unaware
lacking education or knowledge; unaware

ignore
v. Syn. disregard; overlook; neglect
refuse to pay attention to; disregard; overlook; neglect

illegible
a.
incapable of being read; unclear; not legible

illiterate
a.
uncultured; uneducated; not able to read or write

illuminate
v. Syn. brighten; enlighten; clarify
provide or brighten with light; clear up or make understandable; enlighten

illusion
n. Syn. misconception
misleading vision; being deceived by a false perception or belief

illusive
a. Syn. deceptive; misleading
deceptive; misleading; based on or having the nature of an illusion

illustrate
v. Syn. represent; demonstrate; depict
represent; demonstrate; depict; clarify, as by use of examples or comparisons

illustration
n. Syn. picture; drawing
picture; drawing; showing by example

image
n. Syn. picture; figure
visual representation; representation of a person

imaginary
a. Syn. unreal; fanciful; visionary
having existence only in the imagination; fanciful; visionary

imitate
v. Syn. mimic; emulate; copy
copy the actions, appearance, mannerisms, or speech of; mimic; use or follow as a model

imitation
n. Syn. emulation
emulation; copying the actions of someone else

immediate
a. Syn. prompt; instantaneous; close
not deferred by an interval of time; present; occurring at once; instant

immediately
ad. Syn. right; directly
proximately; directly; without interval of time; without delay; promptly; instantly; at once

immense
a. Syn. enormous; colossal; boundless
enormous; boundless; so great as to be beyond measurement

immerse
v.
plunge into anything, especially a fluid; sink; dip

immigrant
n. Syn. alien
one who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle there; non-native

immigrate
v.
move into another country to stay there permanently

immigration
n.
migration into a place; moving into a place

imminent
a. Syn. impending
near at hand; close in time; about to occur

immoral
a.
not moral; contrary to conscience or the divine law; wicked; unjust; dishonest

immortal
a.
not mortal; exempt from liability to die; undying; imperishable; lasting forever

impact
n. Syn. influence; effect
forceful consequence; strong effect; influencing strongly

impart
v. Syn. grant; bestow
reveal or tell; grant a share of; bestow

impartial
a. Syn. fair
not biased; fair; showing lack of favoritism

imperative
n. Syn. urgent
having power command or control; critically importance; some duty that is essential and urgent

implement
v. Syn. execute; perform
put into effect; supply with tools

implication
n. Syn. suggestion; hint
something hinted at or suggested; act of implying; condition of being implied

implore
v. Syn. beg; beseech
beg for urgently; make an earnest appeal

imply
v. Syn. signify
express or indicate indirectly; signify

import
v.
bring in from another country

impose
v. Syn. demand; force; inflict
demand; force; compel to behave in a certain way

impractical
a.
unwise to implement or maintain in practice; theoretical

impressive
a. Syn. imposing; grand
making a strong or vivid impression; producing a strong effect

imprisonment
n. Syn. confinement; incarceration
confinement; putting someone in prison or in jail as lawful punishment

impulse
n.
act of applying force suddenly; an impelling force or strength

inability
n.
lack of ability, especially mental ability, to do something

inaccessible
a. Syn. unreachable; unattainable
unreachable; not available; unattainable

inadequate
a. Syn. deficient; insufficient; poor
not sufficient to meet a need; insufficient; poor

inaugurate
v. Syn. start; initiate
start; initiate; induct into office by formal ceremony

incense
v. Syn. enrage; infuriate
enrage; infuriate; cause to be extremely angry

incentive
n. Syn. spur; motive
something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward

incident
n. Syn. occurrence; event; happening
usually minor event or condition that is subordinate to another; event; happening

incidentally
ad. Syn. by chance; accidentally
by chance; accidentally

inclination
n. Syn. preference; tendency
preference; tendency; inclined surface; slope

incline
n. Syn. slope; slant
cause to lean, slant, or slope; deviate from the horizontal or vertical

inclined
a. Syn. sloping; slanted
tending or leaning toward; bent; having preference or tendency

inclusive
a. Syn. comprehensive
tending to include all; taking a great deal or everything within its scope

income
n.
gain from labor, business, property, or capital

incompatible
a. Syn. inharmonious; incongruous
inharmonious; impossible to coexist; not easy to combine harmoniously

inconsistency
n.
state of being self-contradictory; lack of uniformity or steadiness

inconvenient
a.
not suited to your comfort, purpose or needs

incorporate
v. Syn. combine; unite
combine something into a larger whole; unite

incredible
a. Syn. unbelievable; fabulous
unbelievable; beyond belief or understanding

incredulous
a. Syn. skeptical
difficult to believe; incredible; skeptical

increment
n. Syn. increase
process of increasing in number, size, quantity, or extent

incur
v. Syn. cause; arouse
bring upon oneself; become liable to; acquire or come into

indebted
a.
morally, socially, or legally obligated to another; under a legal obligation to someone

indefinite
a. Syn. unclear; vague; uncertain
unclear; vague; lacking precise limits

indefinitely
ad. Syn. endlessly; incessantly
endlessly; incessantly; for a long time, no end defined; forever

indent
v. Syn. nick
nick; set in from margin; impress or stamp

independent
a.
not dependent; free; not subject to control by others; not relying on others

index
n.
anything which shows, indicates, manifests, or discloses; prologue indicating what follows; second digit

indicate
v. Syn. show; reflect; evidence; imply; suggest
point out; direct to a knowledge of

indicative
a. Syn. suggestive; implying
suggestive; implying; serving to indicate

indifference
n. Syn. apathy; unconcern; disinterest
unconcern; disinterest; lack of enthusiasm

indifferent
a. Syn. apathetic; average
having no particular interest or concern; being neither good nor bad

indigestion
n. Syn. dyspepsia
a disorder of digestive function; difficulty in digesting

indignant
a.
affected with indignation; wrathful; passionate; irate; feeling wrath by unworthy or unjust treatment

indignation
n. Syn. anger
anger aroused by something unjust

indispensable
a. Syn. essential; requisite
essential; requisite; impossible to be omitted or remitted

individual
n.
single person or thing; human regarded as a unique personality

induce
v. Syn. persuade
persuade; bring about; reason or establish by induction

inducement
n.
something that helps bring about an action or a desired result; an incentive

indulge
v.
be complacent toward; give way to; not to oppose or restrain; yield to the desire of

industrial
a.
of or relating to or resulting from industry; having highly developed industries

industrialization
n.
development of industry on an extensive scale

industrialized
v.
made industrial; converted to industrialism

industrious
a. Syn. diligent
diligent; hard-working; busy and laborious

inertia
n.
property of matter by which it tends when at rest to remain so, and when in motion to continue in motion, and in the same straight line or direction

inevitable
a. Syn. unavoidable
unavoidable; incapable of being avoided or prevented

inevitably
ad. Syn. unavoidably; inescapably
unavoidably; in a manner that is impossible to avoid or prevent

infant
n.
child in the first period of life; young babe

infantry
n.
body of children; a body of soldiers serving on foot; foot soldiers

infect
v.
bring into contact with a substance that can cause illness

infection
n.
moral corruption or contamination; invasion of body which can lead to tissue damage and disease

infectious
a.
contagious; contaminating

infer
v. Syn. deduce; conclude
deduce; conclude from evidence or premises; lead to as a consequence or conclusion

inference
n.
inferring by deduction or induction; truth or proposition drawn from another which is admitted or supposed to be true; conclusion; deduction

inferior
a. Syn. poor; lower
poor; lower than a given reference point; low or lower in order, degree, or rank

inferiority
n.
state of being lower than or not as good as

infinite
a.
unlimited or boundless, in time or space; without limit in power, capacity, knowledge, or excellence

infinity
n.
unlimited extent of time, space, or quantity; eternity; boundlessness; immensity

inflation
n.
general increase in the prices of goods and services in a country

inflict
v. Syn. impose; cause
impose something unpleasant; cause

influence
n.
power affecting person or thing; effect of one thing on another; flowing in or upon; influx

influential
a. Syn. important; powerful; significant
important; powerful; having or exercising influence or power

influenza
n.
an acute febrile highly contagious viral disease

inform
v.
impart information to; make aware of something; be a pervasive presence in; animate

informal
a. Syn. casual
absence of ceremony; casual

informative
a. Syn. instructive; illustrative
instructive; illustrative; providing or conveying information

infringe
v.
act contrary to, as a law, right, or obligation; annul or hinder

ingenious
a. Syn. clever; resourceful
clever; having inventive or cunning mind

ingenuity
n.
quality or power of ready invention; quickness or acuteness in forming new combinations

inhabit
v.
live in; occupy; reside in

inhabitant
n. Syn. resident; occupant
resident; someone or thing who lives in a place

inherent
a. Syn. intrinsic; natural
firmly established by nature or habit

inherit
v. Syn. receive
receive from an ancestor by legal succession or will; receive by bequest or as a legacy

initial
a. Syn. preliminary
early; preliminary; occurring at the beginning

initially
ad.
in the beginning; at first

initiate
v. Syn. begin; originate
begin; originate; admit into membership

initiative
n.
serving to initiate; introductory step or movement; act which originates or begins

inject
v. Syn. put in; infuse
put in; infuse ; force or drive fluid into something

injure
v.
do harm to; inflict damage; do injustice to

injury
n.
any physical damage to body caused by violence or accident or fracture

injustice
n.
unjust act; practice of being unjust or unfair

inland
a.
within the land; more or less remote from the ocean or from open water; interior

innocent
a.
naive; lacking sense or awareness; free from evil or guilt

innovate
v.
change or alter by bringing in something new

innovation
n.
introduction of something new

innumerable
a.
countless; numerous

inquire
v.
ask a question; seek for truth or information by putting queries

inquiry
n. Syn. investigation; quest
investigation; search for knowledge

insane
a.
exhibiting disordered of mind; deranged in mind; very foolish

insert
v. Syn. input; enter
input; enter; put or set into, between, or among

insider
n.
an accepted member of a group; one who has special knowledge or access to confidential information

insight
n. Syn. understanding
understanding; grasping the inner nature of things intuitively

insignificant
a. Syn. trivial
not large enough to consider or notice; lacking in importance; trivial

insist
v. Syn. maintain; contend
stand or rest; find support; take a stand and refuse to give way; be persistent

insolvent
a. Syn. bankrupt
bankrupt; unable to repay one’s debts

inspect
v. Syn. examine
look over; examine carefully and critically, especially for flaws

inspection
n.
formal or official examination

inspector
n.
high ranking police officer; investigator who observes carefully

inspiration
n.
sudden intuition as part of solving a problem; arousing to a particular emotion or action

inspire
v. Syn. encourage; inspirit
encourage; inspirit; fire the imagination of

install
v.
set up; connect or set in position and prepare for use

installation
n.
act of installing or giving possession of an office, rank, or order, with the usual ceremonies; the whole of a system of machines or apparatus

installment
n.
monthly payment; a part of a published serial

instance
n. Syn. example
example that is cited to prove a contention or illustrate a point; case or occurrence

instinct
n. Syn. intuition; drive; nature
inborn pattern of behavior ; nature

instinctive
a. Syn. spontaneous
unthinking; prompted by instinct; spontaneous

institute
n.
advance or set forth in court; association organized to promote art or science or education

institution
n. Syn. institute; organization; custom; convention
institute; organization; introducing something new

instruct
v. Syn. teach
teach; make aware of

instruction
n. Syn. direction; teaching
direction; teaching; activities of educating or instructing

instructive
a. Syn. didactic; enlightening
serving to instruct of enlighten or inform; enlightening

instrument
n. Syn. tool; implement; device
tool; one used by another to accomplish a purpose; device used to produce music; legal document

instrumental
a. Syn. effective; helpful; necessary
serving or acting as a means or aid; helpful; relating to musical instruments

insufficient
a.
of a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement

insulate
v.
make an island of; place in a detached situation, or in a state having no communication with surrounding objects; isolate; separate

insulation
n. Syn. isolation; separation
act of insulating; separation; state of being detached, from other objects

insult
v. Syn. offend; affront
offend; affront; treat, mention, or speak to rudely

insurance
n.
protection against future loss; act, business, or system of insuring

insure
v.
make sure or secure, specifically against loss by a contingent event; give or take insurance on

intangible
a. Syn. vague
not able to be perceived by senses, as touch; vague

integral
a. Syn. complete; entire
essential or necessary for completeness; entire

integrate
v. Syn. combine
make whole; combine; make into one unit

integrity
n. Syn. uprightness; wholeness
quality or condition of being whole or undivided; completeness

intellect
n.
ability to learn and reason; ability to think abstractly or profoundly

intellectual
n.
of intellect; showing intellect; requiring the use of the mind, rather than emotions or instinct

intelligence
n.
ability to comprehend; understand and profit from experience; intellect; power of cognition

intelligent
a. Syn. ingenious; wise; bright
ingenious; wise; bright; having a high degree of intelligence; mentally acute

intense
a. Syn. extreme; acute
extreme; acute; in an extreme degree

intensive
a. Syn. thorough; concentrated
thorough; concentrated; tending to give force or emphasis

intent
n.
something that is intended; aim or purpose

intention
n. Syn. motive; purpose
motive; with respect to marriage; aim that guides action

interact
v. Syn. interplay
interplay; act together or towards others or with

interaction
n. Syn. communication
communication; a mutual or reciprocal action; interacting

interest
n. Syn. attention; curiosity; dividend; yield
attention; curiosity; dividend; yield

interfere
v. Syn. disrupt; hinder; obstruct
disrupt; hinder; be or create a hindrance or obstacle

interference
n. Syn. obstruction; prevention
obstruction; prevention; act or an instance of hindering, obstructing, or impeding

interior
n. Syn. inside; internal; inner
inside; inner part; internal; inner

intermediate
a.
middle; lying between two extremes

internal
a. Syn. inside; interior
inside; interior; located within the limits or surface

interpret
v.
explain or tell the meaning of; translate orally; decipher

interpretation
n. Syn. explanation
explanation; performer’s distinctive personal version of a song, dance, piece of music

interrupt
v. Syn. impede; discontinue
terminate; make a break in

interval
n. Syn. pause; break
pause; break; space between two objects, points, or units

intervene
v.
get involved; come, appear, or lie between two things

intimate
v. Syn. hint; suggest
give to understand; imply as a possibility; make known subtly and indirectly

intrude
v. Syn. trespass
trespass; enter as an uninvited person

inundate
v. Syn. overwhelm; flood; submerge
overwhelm; cover with water, especially floodwaters

invade
v. Syn. intrude; aggress
move into; intrude; enter by force in order to conquer or pillage

invader
n. Syn. assailant; encroacher; intruder
one who invades; assailant; encroacher; intruder

invalid
a. Syn. void; null
of no force or weight; not valid; weak; void; null

invalidate
v. Syn. nullify; destroy
make invalid; nullify; destroy

invaluable
a.
valuable under estimation; inestimable; priceless

invariably
ad. Syn. constantly; always
constantly; always

invasion
n. Syn. raid; attack; aggression
raid; attack; act of invading, especially the entrance of an armed force into a territory to conquer

inverse
a. Syn. opposite
opposite; reversed in order, nature, or effect; turned upside down

invest
v.
put clothe on, as with office or authority; place in possession of rank, dignity, or estate; endow; lay out money or capital in business

investigate
v. Syn. explore; research; survey
explore; observe or inquire into in detail; examine systematically

investigation
n. Syn. inquiry
detailed inquiry or systematic examination; inquiry

invisible
a.
incapable of being seen; impossible or nearly impossible to see

invoice
n.
bill; commercial document issued by seller to buyer indicating the products, quantities and prices

involve
v.
wind round; connect with something; include necessarily; engage thoroughly

irony
n. Syn. sarcasm; satire
expression by deliberate contrast between apparent and intended meaning; witty language used to insult

irregular
a. Syn. piecemeal; inconstant
contrary to rule or accepted order or general practice; inconstant

irresistible
a.
overwhelming; tempting; charming

irrespective
a.
without regard for conditions, circumstances, or consequences; unbiased; independent

irrevocable
a. Syn. unalterable; irreversible
unalterable; irreversible; impossible to retract or revoke

irrigate
v. Syn. water
supply land with water artificially; clean a wound with a fluid

irrigation
n.
supplying water to the land to help crops grow

irritate
v. Syn. prickle; annoy; provoke
rouse to impatience or anger; annoy; provoke

isolate
v. Syn. seclude; separate
seclude; set apart or cut off from others

isolation
n. Syn. separation; detachment
separation; detachment; quality or condition of being isolated

issue
n. Syn. subject; topic; problem
subject; topic; problem; edition; publication; release; publish

item
n.
a whole individual unit; a distinct part that can be specified separately in a group

ivory
n.
teeth of elephant; pale or grayish yellow to yellowish white

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