List of 183 Adverbs Starting with i and their examples.
|Adverbs starting with i||Example Sentences|
|imminently||Kelly imminently barely anticipated the danger.|
|intricately||Please intricately describe the problem.|
|impolitely||Ella’s request seems impolitely demanding as she failed to explain why they should come late.|
|impotently||The teacher looks at Michael impotently as he falls in a heap on the floor after over-stretching himself too far.|
|interestingly||Many companies use social media to promote their brands, but most do it interestingly.|
|immorally||Finally, we must remember that they are immorally stealing the only life they have.|
|immortally||Nothing could immortally survive in those conditions.|
|insufficiently||Linda felt insufficiently prepared for the presentation because she hadn’t done her homework.|
|intolerantly||The staff intolerantly treated me.|
|indeed||Indeed, when you are clean, you feel more energetic and confident.|
|inefficiently||It is quite right that he wants this so much. For him to try to slip around the rules is merely inefficiently foolish.|
|incurably||The girl was a well-known hypochondriac, and there were indications that she was incurably insane.|
|inevitably||Inevitably like all owners, I feed my dogs three times a day.|
He was Inevitably prepared for the task.
|ideally||Ideally, you may want to attend but not swim in the pool.|
|inherently||Therefore, the system is inherently inefficient, leading to a vast waste of resources.|
|immensely||She was immensely relieved when he came back unharmed.|
The immensely enlightening book changed my outlook on life and helped me see things differently.
|implicitly||Sales agents should be implicitly aware of the importance of listening to prospective buyers.|
Her son is implicitly rude as he sees her grandmother leave the room before saying goodbye.
|inaccurately||Ellie spoke inaccurately and aggressively to me in the meeting.|
That data is inaccurately recorded.
|inaudibly||She was inaudibly whispered while everyone else was chatting loudly.|
The children were inaudibly asked to do their homework.
|indolently||He indolently acted when confronted by police.|
The company is being run indolently by people who don’t do any work themselves.
|idly||The club has an idly unemployed manager who sits around the office all day and doesn’t help out with any work.|
List (183 Words)
- Adverbs starting with ‘a’
- Adverbs starting with ‘b’
- Adverbs starting with ‘c’
- Adverbs starting with ‘d’
- Adverbs starting with ‘e’
- Adverbs starting with ‘f’
- Adverbs starting with ‘g’
- Adverbs starting with ‘h’
- Adverbs starting with ‘i’
- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
- Adverb of Manner
- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb