Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being intact or unimpaired; completeness.

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  • noun The condition of being intact

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the state of being unimpaired

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Examples

  • In countries which intactness is the overwhelming norm, the concept of needing a circumcision for a medical reason later is almost unheard of.

    The First Cut | Her Bad Mother

  • Assuming the economy does retain some semblance of "intactness" over the next two years there no doubt will be some major winners for steadily investing through this time; I have been and own all of those commented upon (though BP was purchased and left for dividends many years ago), but honestly good companies or not I'm not so sure.

    Fool.co.uk - Headlines

  • English Heritage decided the building did not possess a high level of 'intactness' and did not have the special architectural interest to justify listing it. "

    icCheshireOnline

  • English Heritage decided the building did not possess a high level of 'intactness' and did not have the special architectural interest to justify listing it. "

    icCheshireOnline

  • English Heritage decided the building did not possess a high level of 'intactness' and did not have the special architectural interest to justify listing it. "

    icCheshireOnline

  • English Heritage decided the building did not possess a high level of 'intactness' and did not have the special architectural interest to justify listing it. "

    icCheshireOnline

  • Mining companies in Canada have sunk money into developing and exploring claims that, if fully exploited, could significantly threaten the quality of the water and the intactness of the Crown.

    M. Sanjayan: Lewis and Clark Would Have Approved

  • Circumcision bans are about intactness, not antipathies.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: Is It Anti-Semitism?

  • Circumcision bans are about intactness, not antipathies.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: Is It Anti-Semitism?

  • Mining companies in Canada have sunk money into developing and exploring claims that, if fully exploited, could significantly threaten the quality of the water and the intactness of the Crown.

    M. Sanjayan: Lewis and Clark Would Have Approved

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