Investor

Noun: someone who commits capital in hopes of financial returns

Invincible

Adjective: too powerful to be defeated or overcome

Idiom

Noun: a group of words that mean something different than their normal use

Ignite

Verb: catch fire

Illegible

Adjective: not clear enough to be read

Imagery

Noun: visually descriptive or figurative language

Immense

Adjective: extremely large or great

Immigrant

Noun: a person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country

Impeach

Verb: call into question the integrity or validity of something

Impress

Verb: make someone feel admiration; Noun: an act of making an impression

Improvise

Verb: create and perform spontaneously and without preparation

Increase

Verb: make greater in size, amount, degree, etc.

Indicate

Verb: point out; show

Inductive

Adjective: relating to mathematical or logical induction

Inept

Adjective: having or showing no skill

Inevitable

Adjective: certain to happen; Noun: a situation that is unavoidable

Inference

Noun: a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning

Inferior

Adjective: lower in rank, status, or quality

Inflated

Adjective: excessively or unreasonably high

Influence

Noun: the capacity to have an effect on the character or behavior of someone

Inform

Verb: give facts or information

Informal

Adjective: having a relaxed, friendly, unofficial style or manner

Ingenious

Adjective: (of a person) clever, original, and inventive

Inhale

Verb: breathe in

Inner

Adjective: situated inside or further in; Noun: the inner part of something

Innocent

Adjective: not guilty of a crime; Noun: an guiltless person

Innovation

Noun: the action or process of innovating

Inquire

Verb: ask for information from someone; investigate

Insist

Verb: demand something forcefully, not accepting refusal

Inspect

Verb: look at something closely

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