Word of the Day


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Idiom

noun; a group of words whose meaning cannot be predicted from the meanings of the constituent words, as for example (It was raining)  cats and dogs

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Ignoble

adjective; mean or base

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Impeccable

adjective; in accordancewith the highest standards; faultless

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Imperative

adjective; something which is of vital importance

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Impetus

noun; something that makes a process or activity happen or happen more quickly

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Impregnable

adjective; something which is unable to be defeated or overcome

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Incarnation

noun; a living being embodying a deity or spirit

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Incoherent

adjective; something that does not make sense

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Incunabula

plural noun;  a

n early printed book, especially one printed before 1501.

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Infer

verb; to deduce or conclude (something) from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements

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