Definition of Change of integrity

1. Noun. The act of changing the unity or wholeness of something.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Change Of Integrity

change by reversal
change course
change form
change hand
change hands
change horses in midstream
change integrity
change intensity
change magnitude
change management
change of color
change of course
change of direction
change of heart
change of innings
change of integrity (current term)
change of life
change of location
change of magnitude
change of mind
change of shape
change of state
change of tack
change of venue
change one's mind
change one's tune
change order
change orders
change over
change places

Literary usage of Change of integrity

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1. Memoir of William Ellery Channing: With Extracts from His Correspondence and by William Ellery Channing (1851)
"... ensnared by subtle temptations, and make them feel to the quick the need of a radical change, of integrity, purity, heavenly-mindedness. ..."

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