For both, reality as well as truth are integrally given in eternity.
Not alone is each one integral, but Lincoln is integrally in each.
It is a characteristic of our minds, that they cannot take an object in, which is submitted to them simply and integrally.
Is it the sort of unit which we should use as a result of having memorized it integrally?
The man who was accused of being denationalized stands as the most integrally and truly American among his contemporaries.
I understand why Rome is the real school for learning, integrally, both ancient and modern history.
Its leverage is felt within us as well as without, for expression and thought are integrally bound together.
What we were discussing was the idea of a world growing not integrally but piecemeal by the contributions of its several parts.
late 15c., "of or pertaining to a whole," from Middle French intégral (14c.), from Medieval Latin integralis "forming a whole," from Latin integer "whole" (see integer). Related: Integrally. As a noun, 1610s, from the adjective.
Adjective Involving or expressed as an integer or integers.
Noun See definite integral, indefinite integral.