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integrate to bring together and blend into a whole. [5 definitions]
integrated consisting of parts that have been blended into a harmonious whole. [2 definitions]
integrated circuit a complete electronic circuit, comprising circuit elements in a complex interconnection, imprinted or etched on a tiny chip of semiconductor material.
integration the process of bringing parts together into a whole. [3 definitions]
integrationist an advocate of racial integration.
integrity a strong sense of honesty and morality; firmness of moral and ethical character. [2 definitions]
integument something that covers, coats, or encloses, esp. a skin, membrane, coat, or other natural covering.
intellect the faculty of reasoning and understanding, esp. as distinct from emotion or will. [3 definitions]
intellectual of or relating to the intellect. [4 definitions]
intellectualism the development, exercise, or application of the intellect. [3 definitions]
intellectualize to consider or stress the rational or intellectual aspects of, esp. ignoring the emotional. [2 definitions]
intelligence the capacity to learn, reason, and understand. [4 definitions]
intelligence quotient a representation of mental age as determined by intelligence tests; IQ.
intelligence test any of several standardized tests designed to determine an individual's intelligence by his or her ability to solve certain problems.
intelligent possessing or marked by a higher than average capacity for learning, reasoning and understanding; intellectual; smart. [4 definitions]
intelligentsia the elite class of intellectual or educated people within a society, or those who consider themselves part of such a class.
intelligible capable of being clearly understood; comprehensible.
intemperance lack of restraint in the indulgence of an appetite, esp. the consumption of alcohol. [2 definitions]
intemperate lacking moderation or restraint; excessive, overindulgent, violent, or the like.
intend to have in mind as something that one desires or plans to do. [5 definitions]
intendant a government manager or superintendent of some public operation or office.