Antonym ( I )

Icy

( Adjective )

In summer we in this town experience icy wind.
Antonyms: 

Blistering; Boiling; Not sizzling; Cordial; Friendly; Gracious; Warm


Ideal

( Adjective )

Ooty has the ideal weather for our holidays.
Antonyms: 

Factual; Realistic; Practical; Deficient; Impaired; Imperfect; Unsuitable


Idle

( Adjective )

When men cannot find employment, they remain idle.
Antonyms:

Active; Busy; Diligent; Industrious; Assiduous


Imitate

( Verb )
You should imitate great and good men.
Antonyms: 

Alter; Convert; Modify; Vary


Improve

( Verb )

He came back from holidays with greatly improved health.
Antonyms: 

Spoil; Deteriorate; Corrupt; Mar; Damage; Deprecate; Impair


Imprudent

( Adjective )

Is it not imprudent of you to marry when your salary is very low?
Antonyms:

Careful; Cautions; Considerate; Discreet; Judicious; Polite; Provident; Prudent; Responsible; Wise


Inclement

( Adjective )

You should not go into sea in this inclement weather.
Antonyms:

Genial; Mild; Pleasant; Favorable; Balmy; Clement; Merciful


Incline

( Verb )

His letter inclines me to believe that he does not want to come.
Antonyms:

Indispose; Rise; Go upwards; Repel


Include

( Verb )

Your duties include putting the children to bed.
Antonyms:

Exclude; Omit; Leave out


Inconsistent

( Adjective )

His accountant of what happened is inconsistent.
Antonyms:

Consistent; Constant; Predictable; Reliable; Stable; Steady; Coherent; Homogeneous;
Orderly; Uniform; Reconcilable


Incur

( Verb )

Antonyms:

Shun; Avoid; Escape; Defect


Indecent

( Adjective )

You should not have left the party in an indecent haste.
Antonyms:
Decent; Seemly; Pure; Moral; Proper; Virtuous; Chaste; Decorous


Induce

( Verb )

What induced you to do such a thing in your life?
Antonyms: 

Hinder; Repel; Curb; Deter; Prevent; Restrain; Discourage; Subdue


Influence

( Noun )

Many a woman has a civilizing influence upon her husband.
Antonyms:

Retard; Dissuade; Hinder; Deter; Prevent; Inhibit; Restrain


Inner

( Adjective )

Satisfying your inner man is the most difficult affair.
Antonyms: 

Outer; Exterior; External; Superficial


Innocent

( Adjective )

He is not as innocent as a new born baby.
Antonyms:

Blameworthy; Culpable; Guilty; Immoral; Lewd; Impure; Unchaste; Depraved;
Dirty; Indecent


Insert

( Verb )

Insert an adverdisement in The News Paper.
Antonyms: 

Abstract; Excerpt; Extract; Detach; Release; Remove


Insist

( Verb )

insisted that he should come with us.
Antonyms:

Relinquish; Forgo; Waiver; Renounce; Abandon


Integrity

( Noun )

Was not this treaty supposed to guarantee out territorial integrity?
Antonyms:

Unfairness; Dishonesty; Disunity; Diversity


Intensify ( Verb )

Intensify your efforts to attain what you want.
Antonyms:

Milden; Lessen; Diminish; Attenuate; Reduce; Alleviate; Assuage


Invincible

( Adjective )

It is only because of his invincible determination, he succeeded.
Antonyms:

Assailable; Beatable; Conquerable; Defenseless; Fallible; Powerless; Unprotected; Vulnerable; Weak; Yielding


 

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