integrity

noun
1 quality of being honest and firm in your moral principles
ADJECTIVE
great, high
absolute, complete (both esp. BrE)
personal
academic, artistic, financial, intellectual, journalistic, moral, political, professional, scientific

She refused to compromise her artistic integrity.

The article is indicative of his contempt for the basic standards of journalistic integrity.

VERB + INTEGRITY
have

She has great personal integrity.

lack
lose
restore

The minister promised to restore the honesty and integrity of the government.

retain
defend
compromise, undermine

I would never do anything to compromise the integrity of the company.

impugn (formal), question

She questioned his integrity as an artist.

PREPOSITION
with integrity

The code calls on members to behave with integrity at all times.

PHRASES
an attack on sb/sth's integrity
2 state of being whole and not divided
ADJECTIVE
physical, structural, territorial

The country is fighting to preserve its territorial integrity.

data (computing)
VERB + INTEGRITY
have
lose
restore
ensure

It's up to the user to ensure the integrity of the data they enter.

maintain, retain

We all have an interest in maintaining the integrity of the ecosystem.

preserve, protect, safeguard
threaten

The project threatens the integrity of one of the world's most important wetlands.

compromise, undermine

concerns that data integrity has been compromised

destroy

Nuclear weapons have the capability to destroy the physical integrity of the planet.

PHRASES
a challenge to sth's integrity, a threat to sth's integrity

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