MAT VOCAB G-I

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  1. GALL
    bitterness; careless nerve; (v) to exasperate and irritate

    rancor; temerity, audacity, effrontery
  2. GARNER
    to gather and store

    reap, glean, harvest, amass, acquire
  3. GARRULOUS
    very talkative

    loquacious, voluble, verbose, chatty, prolix
  4. GLIB
    fluent in an insincere manner; offhand, casual

    superficial; easy
  5. GLOWER
    to glare, stare angrily and intensely

    frown, lower, scowl
  6. GRANDILOQUENCE
    pompous talk, fancy, but meaningless speech

    bombast, fustian, prolixity, verbiage
  7. GRIMANCE
    facial expression showing pain or disgust

    scowl, leer, glare
  8. GROTTO
    small cave

    cavern, recess, burrow, den, pocket
  9. GROVEL
    to humble oneself in a demeaning way

    cringe, fawn, kowtow
  10. GUILE
    trickery, deception

    cuning, artifice, wiliness, duplicity
  11. HACKNEYED
    worn out by overuse

    trite, shopworn, stale, banal
  12. HALLOWED
    holy, treated as sacred

    sanctified, consecrated, venerated, sacrosanct, blessed
  13. HAPLESS
    unfortunate, having bad luck

    ill-fated, ill-stated, luckless, unlucky, jinxed
  14. HARBINGER
    precursor, sign of something to come

    forerunner, presagem omen, herald
  15. HARDY
    robust, vigorous, sturdy

    healthy, hale, fit, strong, courgeous
  16. HAUGHTY
    arrogant and condescending

    proud, disdainful, supercilious, scornful, vainglorious
  17. HEDONIST
    one who pursures pleasure as a goal

    sensualist, voluptuary, libertine
  18. HEGEMONY
    leadership, domination, usually by a country

    influence, power, swaym rule
  19. HEINOUS
    shocking, wicked, terrible

    reprehensible, abominable, monstrous, appaling, dreadful
  20. HERORRHAGE
    to bleed heavily (n) heavy bleeding

    seep, discharge, gush
  21. HERETICAL
    opposed to an established religious orthodoxy

    heterodox, schismatic, dissident
  22. HERMETIC
    tightyly sealed

    airtight, watertight, impervious
  23. HIATUS
    break, interruption, vacation

    gap, interruption, recess, interval, pause
  24. HOARY
    very old; whitish or gray from age

    antediluvian, antique, vintage, ancient, venerable
  25. HOMAGE
    public honor and respect

    acclaim, kudos, panegyric, tribute, encomium
  26. HOMILY
    sermonlike speech

    lecture, admonition, oration
  27. HUSBAND (v)
    to farm, manage carefully and thriftily

    conserve, economize
  28. HYPERBOLE
    purposeful exaggeration for effect

    inflation, magnification, embellishment
  29. ICONOCLAST
    one who attacks traditional beliefs

    rebel, dissident, noncomformist
  30. IGNOMINIOUS
    disgraceful and dishonorable

    despicable, degrading, debasing
  31. ILK
    type or kind

    sort, nature, character, variety, class
  32. ILLICIT
    illegal, improper

    unlawful, criminal, prohibited, forbidden
  33. IMMUNE
    exempt; protected from harm or disease, unresponsive to

    impervious, shielded
  34. IMMUTABLE
    unchangable, invariable

    fixed, stationary, permanent, steady
  35. IMPASSIVE
    showing no emotions

    expressionless, stolid, cold, indifferent, placid
  36. IMPECUNIOUS
    poor, having no money

    indigent, needy, penniless, impoverished, destitute
  37. IMPERIOUS
    arrogantly self-assured, domineering, overbearing

    dictatorial, authoritarian, despotic
  38. IMPERTINENT
    rude

    improper, foward, bold, impolite, discourteous
  39. IMPERVIOUS
    impossible to penetrate, incapable of being affected

    immune, callous
  40. IMPIOUS
    not devout in religion

    irreverent, profane, immoral
  41. IMPLACABLE
    inflexible, incapable of being pleased

    obstinate, unyielding
  42. IMPORTUNE
    to asked repeatedly, beg

    crave, beseech, entreat, implore, supplicate
  43. IMPOVERISH
    to make poor or bankrupt

    beggar, ruin, pauperize, deplete, drain
  44. IMPRECATION
    curse

    eecration, anathema, malediction
  45. IMPREGNABLE
    totally safe from attack, able to resist defeat

    unassiable, invincible, secure, inviolable, invulnerable 
  46. IMPUDENT
    arrogant, audacious

    shameless, insolent, impertinent, brazen
  47. IMPUGN
    to call into question, attack verbally

    challenge, dispute, gainsay
  48. IMPUTE
    to attribute

    ascribe, credit, assign, refer, charge
  49. INADVERTENT
    unintentional

    accidential, involuntary
  50. INCENSE
    to infuriate, enrage

    madden, exasperate, outrage 
  51. INCHOATE
    imperfectly formed or formulated

    incipient, undeveloped, undefined
  52. INCIPIENT
    beginning to exist or appear, in an intital stage

    dawning, nascent, inchoate
  53. INCONTROVERTIBLE
    unquestionable, beyond dispute

    irrefutable, indisputable
  54. INCORRIGIBLE
    incapable of being corrected

    unrepentant, intractable, unmanageable, uncooperative, unchangeable
  55. INCREDULOUS
    skeptical, doubtful

    disbelieving, suspicious
  56. INCULCATE
    to teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions

    instill, instruct, educate
  57. INCULPATE
    to incriminate 

    charge, impeach, indict
  58. INDELIBLE
    permanent, not erasable

    ineffaceable, inexpugnable, permanent
  59. INDIGENOUS
    native, occurring naturally in an area

    intrinsic, innate, endemic, autochthonous, aboriginal
  60. INDIGENT
    very poor

    needy, impecunious, impoverished, desitute, penniless
  61. INDIGNANT
    angry, incensed, offend

    furious, irate, mad, wrathful, ireful
  62. INDOLENT
    habitually lazy, idle

    slothful, languid, lethargic, sluggish, faineant
  63. INEXORABLE
    inflexible, unyielding

    adamant, obdurant, relentless
  64. INGENUOUS
    strightfoward, open, naive

    simple, natural, unaffected, artless, candid, unsophisticated
  65. INIMCAL
    hostile, unfriendly

    injurious, harmful, adverse, antagonistic
  66. INIQUITY
    sin, evil act

    immortailty, injustice, wickedness, vice, enormity
  67. INSENSATE
    lacking sensation, unconscious

    inanimate, unfeeling, numb
  68. INSINUATE
    to suggest, say indirectly, imply

    to hint, intimate
  69. INSIPID
    bland, lacking flavor, lacking excitement

    lackluster, dull, flat, weak
  70. INSOLENT
    insulting and arrogant

    audacious, rude, presumptuous, impertinent, audacious
  71. INSUPERABLE
    insurmountable, unconquerable

    unbeatable, undefeated, invincible
  72. INTER
    to bury

    entomb, inhume
  73. INTERROGATE
    to question formally

    examine, catechize
  74. INTIMATION
    clue, suggestion

    implication, allusion, insinuation
  75. INTRACTABLE
    not easily managed

    unruly, stubborn, refractory, recalcitrant, headstrong
  76. INTRANSIGENT
    uncompromising, refusing to be reconiled

    obdurate, obstinate, adamant, unbending, unyielding
  77. INUNDATE
    to cover with water, overwhelm

    flood, swamp, deluge, engulf
  78. INURE
    to harden; accustom, become used to
  79. INVECTIVE
    verbal abuse

    vituperation, denunciation, revilement
  80. INVETERATE
    confirmed, long-standing, deeply rooted

    habitual, chronic
  81. INVIDIOUS
    cuaing envy, obnoxious

    causing resentment, discriminatory, insulting, jaundiced
  82. ITINERANT
    wandering from place to place, unsettled

    nomadic, roving, traveling, vagabond, vagrant
  83. ITINERARY
    route of a travelers journey

    plan, record, guidebook

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