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impiety lack of reverence or respect, esp. for what others consider sacred. [2 definitions]
impinge to strike or collide with something (usu. fol. by "on" or "upon"). [3 definitions]
impious lacking in reverence or respect; irreverent.
impish of or like an imp, esp. in behavior or appearance; mischievous.
implacable not to be placated or diverted; unappeasable or inexorable.
implant to plant or embed in something. [3 definitions]
implantable combined form of implant.
implausible hard to believe or credit.
implement something used in order to accomplish a particular thing, esp. a tool, device, or instrument to perform a task. [4 definitions]
implementation the act, process, or way of carrying (something) out or putting (something) into effect.
implicate to involve or prove involvement of (someone or something) in an affair, situation, event, or series of events.
implication the act of stating something indirectly; act of implying. [4 definitions]
implicit implied rather than directly stated. [3 definitions]
implied involved or suggested by implication rather than declaration; tacit; implicit.
implode to violently collapse or compress inward.
implore to beg urgently of (someone) or for (something); beseech. [2 definitions]
imply to signal (a meaning) without directly stating such meaning; suggest. [2 definitions]
impolite not polite; rude.
impolitic not showing good sense or judgment; unwise or injudicious.
imponderable unable to be evaluated or calculated accurately. [2 definitions]
import to bring in from an outside origin, esp. to bring in (merchandise) from a foreign country. [7 definitions]