Definition of Change integrity
1. Verb. Change in physical make-up.
Specialized synonyms: Reform, Polymerise, Polymerize, Polymerise, Polymerize, Burst, Explode, Blow Up, Detonate, Explode, Set Off, Cook, Break Up, Disperse, Scatter, Break, Come Apart, Fall Apart, Separate, Split Up, Pasteurise, Pasteurize, Condense, Evaporate, Vaporise, Vaporize, Burn, Incinerate, Blend, Coalesce, Combine, Commingle, Conflate, Flux, Fuse, Immix, Meld, Merge, Mix, Disintegrate, Decay, Decompose, Disintegrate, Inspissate, Thicken, Aerify, Gasify, Vaporise, Vaporize, Flux, Liquefy, Liquify, Solidify, Solidify, Crystalise, Crystalize, Crystallise, Crystallize, Break Up, Dissolve, Resolve, Demulsify, Jellify, Jelly, Jellify, Separate, Break Down, Collapse, Crumble, Crumple, Tumble, Carve Up, Dissever, Divide, Separate, Split, Split Up
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Literary usage of Change integrity
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1. Pelham by Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1893)
"Neither time nor circumstance must cause us to modify or to change. Integrity knows no variation; honesty no shadow of turning. ..."
2. Journal by Methodist Theological School in Ohio (1872)
"change. Integrity knows no variation, honesty no shadow of turning. We must pursue the same course, steady and uncompromising, in the full persuasion that ..."