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Goad
to urge, spur, incite to action
Gourmand
someone fond of eating and drinking
Grandiloquence
lofty, pompous language
Grandiose
on a magnificent or exaggerated scale
Gratuitous
uncalled for, unwarranted
Gregarious
drawn to the company of others, sociable
Grievous
injurious, hurtful; serious or grave in nature
Guile
deceitful, cunning, sly behavior
Hackneyed
unoriginal, trite
Hallowed
revered, consecrated
Hapless
unlucky
Harangue
a ranting speech; to give such a speech
Hardy
robust, capable or surviving through adverse conditions
Harrowing
greatly distressing, vexing
Haughty
disdainfully proud
Hedonist
one who believes pleasure should be the primary pursuit of humans
Hegemony
domination over others
Heinous
shockingly wicked, repugnant
Heterogeneous
varied, diverse in character
Hiatus
a break or gap in duration or continuity
Hierarchy
a system with ranked groups, usually according to social, economic, or professional class
Hypocrisy
pretending to believe what one does not
Hypothetical
supposed or assumed true, but unproven
Iconoclast
one who attacks common beliefs or institutions
Idiosyncratic
peculiar to one person; highly individualized
Idolatrous
excessively worshipping one object or person
Ignominious
humiliating, disgracing
Illicit
forbidden, not permitted
Immerse
to absorb, deeply involve, engross
Immutable
not changeable
Impassive
stoic, not susceptible to suffering
Impeccable
exemplary, flawless
Impecunious
poor
Imperative
necessary, pressing; a rule, command, or order
Imperious
commanding, domineering
Impertinent
rude, insolent
Impervious
impenetrable, incapable or being affected
Impetuous
rash; hastily done
Impinge
to impact, affect, make an impression; to encroach, infringe
Implacable
incapable of being appeased or mitigated
Implement
an instrument, utensil, tool; to put into effect, to institute
Implicate
to involve in an incriminating way, incriminate
Implicit
understood but not outwardly obvious, implied
Impregnable
resistant to capture or penetration
Impudent
not showing due respect for another person; impertinent
Impute
to ascribe, blame
Inane
silly and meaningless
Inarticulate
incapable of expressing oneself clearly through speech
Incarnate
existing in the flesh, embodied; to give human form to
Incendiary
a person who agitates; inflammatory, causing combustion