Flashcards in 1196 Deck (46):
D. unable to speak understandably or at all
D. a chant supposed to work magic
E. hovering over the sick child, the witch doctor muttered mysterious incantations
D. to make somebody/something unable to live or work normally
E. He was incapacitated by old age and sickness.
D. to imprison
E. the state incarcerated over 1900 people last year
D. pertaining to destruction by fire
E. recklessly made incendiary remarks during a period of heightened racial tensions
E. We'll assist you at every stage from inception to completion.
E. the incessant noise from an outside repair crew was a real distraction during the test
D. just begun; incipient
E. inchoate feelings of affection for a man whom she had, up till now, thought of as only a friend
D. in the first stage of existence
E. The project is still in its incipient stages. / I have an incipient dislike and distrust of that guy, and I only met him this morning.
D. stormy; harsh
E. The game was postponed due to inclement weather.
D. disguised (cognitus-to know, ex: cognition=the activities of thinking, understanding, learning, and remembering)
D. incompatible; inappropriate (congruous=come together, agree)
E. incongruous manners
E. incontrovertible facts that left the jury with no choice but to convict
E. an incorrigible habit of playing practical jokes
D. increase; the amount of increase
E. They increased the dosage of the drug in small increments over a period of several weeks.
D. to accuse of a crime; to involve in a crime
E. Material found at the crime scene incriminates the defendant.
D. a nightmare; an oppressive burdon
D. to instill, to teach and impress by frequent repetitions or admonitions
E. dedicated teachers inculcating young minds with a love of learning
E. a person of indefatigable patience
D. to charge formally with
E. the grand jury could indict the mayor for fraud and embezzlement
D. growing or living in a particular area
E. Viking invaders quickly subdued the indigenous population, known as the Picts.
D. to incriminate
D. hard to discourage or defeat
E. the indubitable fact that there are no more woolly mammoths or saber-toothed tigers around
D. keen; sharp
E. an indurate heart that admits no love or mercy
E. an ineffable beauty descends upon the canyon as the sun begins to set
E. the ineluctable approach of winter had many worried about the cost of heating their homes
D. to secure against hurt; to make compensation for incurred hurt (in- + damnum damage)
E. the company generously indemnifies workers who are injured on the job
D. unfit; clumsy
E. He was completely inept at sports.
D. powerless to move; slow
E. How does he propose to stimulate the inert economy and create jobs?
D. lazy; idle
E. an indolent boy who had to be forced to help out with the chores
D. a sudden invasion or attack : an act of entering a place or area that is controlled by an enemy
E. an incursion into enemy airspace
D. to compose and write
E. indite a poem / message
D. that cannot be stopped or changed
E. the inexorable rise of crime
D. incapable of error
D. sth that is drawn as a conclusion
E. The program uses records of past purchases to make inferences about what customers will buy in the future.
D. keen; sharp
D. pertaining to hell; diabolical
E. Stop that infernal noise!
D. one who doesn't believe in a particular doctrine or religion
E. a holy war against the infidels
D. limitless: vast
E. In recent years she has had to reduce her schedule because of age and infirmity. / one of the besetting infirmities of living creatures is egotism
D. a flowing