Why is there no adjective form of the word ‘integrity’? Shouldn’t ‘integretous’ be a word???

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5 Answers

  • I think it should be “integrous”…

    Source(s): Just my opinion…
  • What would you call ‘integral’? No, you couldn’t call someone an ‘integral’ person (unless they’re necessary to a group) but that is the adjective form of the word.

  • Integrity has many nuances of definition, but as I said before, the bottom line in the word integrity is “wholeness” of being.

  • Forms Of The Word Integrity

  • sounds good to me. lets just add it to the dictionary

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