Synonyms ( I )

Icy

( Adjective )

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

Arctic; Hitting; Bitter; Chill; Chilling; Chilly; Freezing; Aloof; Cold; Distant; Forbidding; Frigid; Frosty; Glacial; Indifferent; Stony


Ideal

( Adjective )

Ooty has the ideal weather for our holidays.
Synonyms :

Archetype; Model; Prototype; Example; Standard; Original; Pattern


Idle

( Adjective )

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

Inert; Unoccupied; Lazy; Inactive; Sloth; Sluggish; Unemployed; Indolent


Imitate

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

Burlesque; Echo; Follow; Copy; Impersonate; Mock; Mimic; Counterfeit; Forge; Parody


Improve

( Verb )

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

Amend; Correct; Reform; Rectify; Ameliorate; Better


Imprudent

( Adjective )

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

Careless; Fool; hardy; Foolish; Headless; Ill-advised; Ill-considered; Ill-judged; Improvident; Irresponsible; Rash; Reckless


Incapable

( Adjective )

The children are incapable of telling lie.
Synonyms:

Incompetent; Inefficient; Unqualified; Inadequate; Unable; Unfit; Disabled


Inclement

( Adjective )

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

Rough; Stormy; Rigorous; Severe; Harsh; Draconian; Unfavorable; Unpleasant


Incline

( Verb )

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

Dispose; Lean; Fall; upon; Tend; Towards; Slope


Include

( Verb )

Your duties include putting the children to bed.
Synonyms:

Involve; Comprise; Contain; Comprehend


Inconsistent
( Adjective )

His accountant of what happened is inconsistent.
Synonyms:

Capricious; Erratic; Fickle; Changeable; Irregular; Uneven; Unstable; Contradictory; Contrary; At variance; Conflicting; Inconstant


Incur

( Verb )

Synonyms:

Run; Meet; Bring; Danger; Blame; Expose; Gain; Contract; Induce


Indecent

( Adjective )

You should not have left the party in an indecent haste.
Synonyms:

Indelicate; Lewd; Indecorous; Unchaste; Improper; Shameless; Filthy; Foul


Induce

( Verb )

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

Impel; Convince; Instigate; Generate; Persuade; Cajole; Urge; Coax; Wheedle; Move


Influence

( Noun )

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

Actuate; Draw; Excite; Inflame; Lead; Prompt; Urge; Move; Induce; Stir; Drive; Incite; Compel


Inner

( Adjective )

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

Inward; Interior; Internal; Real


Innocent

( Adjective )

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

Blameless; Sinless; Untainted; Virginal; Guiltless; Irreproachable


Insert

( Verb )

Insert an adverdisement in The News Paper.
Synonyms:

Introduce; Interpose; Infix; Interject; Interpolate


Insist

( Verb )

insisted that he should come with us.
Synonyms:

Urge; Persist; Contend; Demand; Maintain; Preserve


Integrity

( Noun )

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

Honesty; Probity; Sincerity; Truthfulness; Rectitude; Truth


Intensify

( Verb )

Intensify your efforts to attain what you want.
Synonyms:

Aggravate; Heighten; Magnify; Increase; Enhance


Invincible

( Adjective )

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

Impregnable; Indestructible; Indomitable; Inseparable; Insuperable; Invulnerable; Unassailable; Unconquerable; Insurmountable


 

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