Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Constituting part of a whole; integral.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Going to the formation of an integral whole.
  • Intrinsic: same as integral, 3, but modified in form by an affectation of precision.
  • noun An integral part.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Making part of a whole; necessary to constitute an entire thing; integral.
  • adjective of bodies, those smaller particles into which a body may be reduced without loss of its original constitution, as by mechanical division.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective That is part of a whole; integral
  • noun Something that is part of a whole; an element or component

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Black people are an integrant part of History and, undoubtedly, play a decisive role; however, they were essentially profiled in the pictorial world before the 20th century, as anonymous subject studies.

    culture.

  • Originally a liberal reformer, Ratzinger changed his tune once he became an integrant in the Vatican hierarchy.

    Archive 2008-04-27

  • Originally a liberal reformer, Ratzinger changed his tune once he became an integrant in the Vatican hierarchy.

    Taking aim at Liberation Theology

  • Before Gaston de Nueil made his appearance in this little world of strictly observed etiquette, where every detail of life is an integrant part of a whole, and everything is known; where the values of personalty and real estate is quoted like stocks on the vast sheet of the newspaper — before his arrival he had been weighed in the unerring scales of Bayeusaine judgment.

    The Deserted Woman

  • Before Gaston de Nueil made his appearance in this little world of strictly observed etiquette, where every detail of life is an integrant part of a whole, and everything is known; where the values of personalty and real estate is quoted like stocks on the vast sheet of the newspaper — before his arrival he had been weighed in the unerring scales of Bayeusaine judgment.

    The Deserted Woman

  • As Mill explained in his Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy, the genetic antecedents are not integrant or real parts, as his father supposed, but only (as he put it) metaphysical parts; as metaphysical parts, they are present but only dispositionally.

    John Stuart Mill

  • Catastrophe (cries Slawkenbergius) inasmuch as a tale, with parts rightly disposed, not only rejoiceth (gaudet) in the Catastrophe and Peripeitia of a Drama, but rejoiceth moreover in all the essential and integrant parts of it — it has its Protasis,

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • Catastrophe (cries Slawkenbergius) inasmuch as a tale, with parts rightly disposed, not only rejoiceth (gaudet) in the Catastrophe and Peripeitia of a Drama, but rejoiceth moreover in all the essential and integrant parts of it — it has its Protasis,

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • · Instituer et developper la production nationale en y integrant les recettes de la mdecine et la pharmacope traditionneles.

    Chapter 7

  • At one time, each was an integrant part of one undivided system.

    The Symbolism of Freemasonry

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