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Read [Esc] (1)  irreverence; lack of respect for God
E.g.When members of the youth group draped the church in toilet paper one Halloween, the minister reprimanded them for their [___].

Spelling Word: impiety
Read [Esc] (2)  put into effect; supply with tools
E.g.The mayor was unwilling to [___] the plan until she was sure it had the governor's backing.

Spelling Word: implement
Read [Esc] (3)  invulnerable; able to withstand attack
E.g.Until the development of the airplane as a military weapon, the fort was considered [___].

Spelling Word: impregnable
Read [Esc] (4)  speechless; without or deprived of the use of speech or words
E.g.He became [___] with rage and uttered sounds without meaning.

Spelling Word: inarticulate
Read [Esc] (5)  beginning of something; taking in, as by swallowing; process of receiving within
E.g.She was involved with the project from its [___].

Spelling Word: inception
Read [Esc] (6)  uninterrupted; unceasing; continuing without interruption
E.g.I read, discuss in [___] phone conferences and attempt to bring to the world media some of the world' s biggest humanitarian crises.

Spelling Word: incessant
Read [Esc] (7)  state of being self-contradictory; lack of uniformity or steadiness
E.g.How is a lawyer different from agricultural inspector? While a lawyer checks [___] in witnesses' statements, agricultural inspector checks in Grade A eggs.

Spelling Word: inconsistency
Read [Esc] (8)  indisputable; not open to question
E.g.Unless you find the evidence against my client absolutely [___], you must declare her not guilty of this charge.

Spelling Word: incontrovertible
Read [Esc] (9)  impossible to remove, erase, or wash away; permanent
E.g.The [___] ink left a permanent mark on my shirt.

Spelling Word: indelible
Read [Esc] (10)  lazy; slow to heal, grow, or develop; inactive
E.g.Couch potatoes lead an [___] life lying back on their Lazyboy recliners watching Tv.

Spelling Word: indolent