Itchy: having or causing an itch.
Irritating: causing annoyance, impatience, or mild anger.
Irritable: having or showing a tendency to be easily annoyed.
International: existing, occurring, or carried on between nations.
Internal: of or situated on the inside.
Interesting: arousing curiosity or interest; holding or catching the attention.
Improper: not in accordance with accepted standards especially of morality or honesty. .
Intentional: done on purpose; deliberate.
Intent: giving all your attention to something.
Intelligent: having or showing intelligence, especially of a high level.
Insubstantial: not enough or not strong enough.
Instructive: giving useful or interesting information.
Instinctive: relating to or prompted by instinct; done without conscious thought.
Indelible: (of ink or a pen) making marks that cannot be removed.
Incredible: impossible, or very difficult to believe.
Ibsenian: of or pertaining to Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906), 19th-century Norwegian playwright, theatre director, and poet.
Inconclusive: not leading to a firm conclusion or result; not ending doubt or dispute.
Incomplete: not having all the necessary or appropriate parts.
Incompetent: not having or showing the necessary skills to do something successfully.
Insistent: insisting on or demanding something; not allowing refusal.
Insignificant: too small or unimportant to be worth consideration.
Insidious: proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with very harmful effects.
Iberian: relating to or denoting Iberia, or the countries of Spain and Portugal.
Insecure: (of a person) uncertain or anxious about oneself; not confident.
Inquisitive: having or showing an interest in learning things; curious.
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Innocent: not responsible for or directly involved in an event yet suffering its consequences.
Innate: an innate quality or ability is one that you were born with, not one you have learned.
Icebound: surrounded, obstructed, or covered by ice.
Informal: having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature.
Infinite: limitless or endless in space, extent, or size; impossible to measure or calculate.
Inferior: not good, or not as good as someone or something else.
Infatuated: possessed with an intense but short-lived passion or admiration for someone.
Infantile: of or occurring among babies or very young children.
Icelandic: belonging to or relating to Iceland, its people, or its language.
Infamous: well known for some bad quality or deed.
Immoral: not conforming to accepted standards of morality.
Igneous: (of rock) having solidified from lava or magma. Relating to or involving volcanic or plutonic processes.
Inexpensive: not costing a lot of money.
Industrious: an industrious person works very hard.
Indolent: wanting to avoid activity or exertion; lazy.
Incompatible: (of two things) so different in nature as to be incapable of coexisting.
Incomparable: without an equal in quality or extent; matchless.
Incandescent: producing a bright light from a heated filament or other parts.
Inborn: used to refer to a mental or physical characteristic that someone has from birth.
Irresponsible: (of a person, attitude, or action) not showing a proper sense of responsibility.
Ironclad: very certain and unlikely to be changed.
Irate: feeling or characterized by great anger.
Invincible: impossible to see.
Intrigued: having one’s interest, desire or curiosity strongly aroused.
Intrepid: used to describe a person or action that is bold and brave.
Idiopathic: relating to or denoting any disease or condition which arises spontaneously or for which the cause is unknown.
Impure: mixed with other substances and therefore lower in quality.
Improbable: not likely to happen or be true.
Ignescent: giving off sparks when struck, like a flint.
Impressive: evoking admiration through size, quality, or skill; grand, imposing, or awesome.
Infernal: relating to or characteristic of hell or the underworld.
Inconceivable: not capable of being imagined or grasped mentally; unbelievable.
Impressionable: easily influenced by other people, especially because you are young.
Ironic: using or characterized by irony. Interesting, strange, or funny because of being different from what you would usually explain.
Impractical: not adapted for use or action; not sensible or realistic.
Illegal: contrary to or forbidden by law, especially criminal law.
Ill: suffering from an illness or disease or feeling unwell.
Ignorant: lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated.
Idolized: to quality of admiring or respecting someone very much; often too much.
Idle: (of a person) avoiding work; lazy. Without purpose or effect; pointless.
Integral: necessary to make a whole complete; essential or fundamental.
Idiotic: of, or relating to, or characteristic of an idiot.
Impossible: if an action or event is impossible, it cannot happen or be achieved.
Imperfect: not perfect; faulty or incomplete.
Impeccable: in accordance with the highest standards; faultless.
Illogical: lacking sense or clear, sound reasoning.
Impassioned: speech or writing is full of strongly felt and expressed emotion.
Impartial: not supporting any of the sides involved in an accident.
Ignitable: capable of burning. An ignitable material is a liquid, solid, or compressed gas waste with a flashpoint of less than 140deg.F.
Iatrogenic: (of a hormone or other substance) inducing the secretion of milk.
Imminent: likely to happen very soon; impending; threatening.
Indigenous: originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native.
Immense: extremely large or great, especially in scale or degree.
Immediate: occurring or done at once; instant. (of knowledge or reaction) gained or shown without reasoning; intuitive.
Irreconcilable: (of ideas or statements) so different from each other that they cannot be made compatible.
Imported: (of goods or services) brought into a country from abroad for sale.
Important: of great significance or value.
Impolite: not having or showing good manners; rude.
Impish: inclined to do slightly naughty things for fun; mischievous.
Imperturbable: unable to be upset or excited; calm.
Immaterial: unimportant under the circumstances; irrelevant.
Irrelevant: not connected with or relevant to something.
Immaculate: perfectly clean, neat, or tidy.
Imaginative: having or showing creativity or inventiveness.
Ill-fated: destined to fail or have bad luck.
Identical: similar in every detail; exactly alike.
Idealistic: characterized by idealism; unrealistically aiming for perfection.
Indigo: the dark blue dye obtained from the indigo plant.
Ideal: a conception of something in its perception.
Imaginary: existing only in the imagination.
Illustrious: well known, respected, and admired for past achievements.
Illiterate: unable to read and write.
Ill-informed: having or showing an inadequate awareness of the facts.
Icy: covered with or consisting of ice.
Icky: unpleasant, especially to look at.