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integral

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of integral

  1. 1 being a part of the innermost nature of a person or thing a car dealer respected for his integral honesty and straightforwardness with customers Synonyms of integral built-in, constitutional, constitutive, essential, hardwired, immanent, inborn, inbred, indigenous, ingrain, ingrained (also engrained), innate, inherent, intrinsic, native, naturalWords Related to integral basic, deep-rooted, elemental, fundamental; congenital, hereditary, inherited, inmost, inner, interior; internal; characteristic, distinctive, peculiar; habitual, inveterate; normal, regular, typicalNear Antonyms of integral alien, foreign; accidental, coincidental, incidental; acquired, adscititious; superficial, surface; exterior, externalAntonyms of integral adventitious, extraneous, extrinsic

  2. 2 impossible to do without she's an integral member of the team of archaeologists at that dig Synonyms of integral all-important, critical, imperative, indispensable, essential, must-have, necessary, necessitous, needed, needful, required, requisite, vitalWords Related to integral prerequisite; compulsory, mandatory, nonelective, obligatory; consequential, crucial, important, major, material, meaningful, momentous, significant, substantial, weighty; basic, central, fundamental, key, organic; insistent, persistent, pressing, urgentNear Antonyms of integral undesired, unwanted; inconsequential, insignificant, unimportant; excess, external, extra, extraneous, superfluous, surplusAntonyms of integral dispensable, inessential, needless, nonessential, unessential, unnecessary, unneeded

  3. 3 not lacking any part or member that properly belongs to it a prep school that adheres to the belief that athletics are essential to an integral life Synonyms of integral compleat, comprehensive, entire, full, grand, intact, complete, perfect, plenary, total, wholeWords Related to integral unabridged, uncut, undiminished; all-out, exhaustive, extensive, maximal; full-blooded, full-blown, full-bore, full-fledged, full-on, full-out, full-scaleNear Antonyms of integral abbreviated, abridged, cut, diminished, reducedAntonyms of integral imperfect, incomplete, partial



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