1. Hail: frozen rain drops
2. Hair: a covering for the body (or parts of it) consisting of a dense growth of threadlike structures (as on the human head); helps to prevent heat loss
Hare: swift timid long-eared mammal larger than a rabbit having a divided upper lip and long hind legs; young born furred and with open eyes
3. Heal: to cure
Heel: a part of the foot
4. Hoard: to collect secretly
5. Honorary: holding an office without receiving a pay
Honourable: worthy of honour
6. Historic: important
Historical: relating to history
7. Humiliation: disgrace
8. Idle: without work
9. Ill: suffering from a disease; bad
Sick: tendency to vomit
10. Imaginary: not real
Imaginative: full of imagination
11. Imperial: concerning emperor or empire
12. Impunity: exemption from punishment
Immunity: exemption from duty
13. Inconstant: changing; one who does not stick to one thing
14. Indict: to accuse
Indite: to compose
15. Industrial: relating to industry
16. Informant: source of information
Informer: source of information; spy, used in bad sense
17. Ingenious: skillful, clever
Ingenuous: simple, innocent
18. Innocent: pure, blameless
Innocuous: not injurious
19. Irrelevant: not connected with the subject under consideration
20. Judicial: pertaining to law
21. Junction: meeting place
Juncture: a critical or important point of time
1. Hail: The rain was accompanied with hail stones.
Hale: His mother was hale and hearty till yesterday when she suddenly died.
2. Hair: Grey hair is no sure signs of wisdom.
Hare: They failed in their attempt to catch a hare.
3. Heal: The doctor's hope that the soldiers wounds will soon heal.
Heel: His heel was so badly punctured that he could hardly stand.
4. Hoard: In the past people used to hoard money in pails which they would bury underground.
Horde: When the Chinese hordes invaded India, they thought they would defeat the Indians.
5. Honorary: He is the honorary doctor of the hospital but he looks after the patients well.
Honourable: His intentions towards her are perfectly honourable.
6. Historic: The liberation of Bangladesh was a historic event of 1971.
Historical: We enjoyed a trip to the historical buildings of the capital.
7. Humiliation: He was put to humiliation on account of his poverty.
Humility: Many people conceal their selfishness under a mask of humility.
8. Idle: An idle man's brain is a devil's workshop.
Idol: Many Hindus believe in idol worship.
9. Ill: I have been ill with fever for two days.
Sick: I feel sick while travelling by bus.
10. Imaginary: She told him an imaginary story.
Imaginative: Coleridge had a very imaginative mind.
11. Imperial: The kings had considerable imperial powers.
Imperious: You speak in such an imperious manner that I have to yield you.
12. Impunity: Most of the leaders think that they enjoy complete impunity and can do whatever they like.
Immunity: He was given immunity from hard work on account of his indifferent health.
13. Inconstant: Men are often very inconstant.
Inconsistent: His behavior is inconsistent with his principles.
14. Indict: He was indicted for his negligence in his work.
Indite: He indited a touching poem to pay tribute to their dead hero.
15. Industrial: Since independence, India has shown much industrial progress.
Industrious: Being industrious, Shyam has secured first division.
16. Informant: My information is correct, for my informant is a reliable man.
Informer: My own friend turned informer and harmed me.
17. Ingenious: His ingenious planning proved to be very useful for the party.
Ingenuous: Only ingenuous person can enjoy true felicity.
18. Innocent: An innocent child is free from all sorts of worries of life.
Innocuous: This drug is quite innocuous.
19. Irrelevant: Your arguments are irrelevant to the subject under discussion.
Irreverent: The students of today are irreverent to their teachers.
20. Judicial: I am giving this decision in my judicial capacity.
Judicious: We should be judicious in choosing our profession.
21. Junction: our bus collided with a truck at the junction of Mall road and Market road.
Juncture: The lovers had planned to flee but at this juncture their parents reached the spot and took them home.