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Daily Pronunciation - INCOGNITO
Today's word is "incognito". This is a noun, adjective and adverb. As an adverb it means without revealing one's identity. For example, you can say, "The movie star traveled incognito in Europe on her honeymoon."
English Pronunciation - INCORRIGIBLE
Today's word is "incorrigible". This is an adjective which means not easily changed or corrected. For example, you can say, "The prison of Alcatraz used to house some of the most dangerous and incorrigible inmates in US history."



English Pronunciation - INCREDULOUS
Today's word is "incredulous". This is an adjective which means skeptical or showing disbelief. For example, you can say, "Her incredulous look showed that she didn't believe him."
Daily Pronunciation - INEVITABLE
Today's word is "inevitable". This is an adjective which means unable to be avoided. For example, you can say, "The fight between Jan and Dave was inevitable; things had been brewing for months."


 
English Pronunciation - INGENIOUS
Today's word is "ingenious". This is an adjective which means cleverly inventing or resourceful. For example, you can say, "His designs are really ingenious; no one else would have thought of them."


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