01. Truth and [integrity] seem to have been forgotten in this dirty election campaign.
02. The governor's image as a man of honesty and [integrity] has been seriously damaged by this latest scandal.
03. It's really hard not to be cynical about this new government's promise to bring [integrity] back to politics, given their previous scandals.
04. Mahatma Gandhi was a man of rare [integrity] and vision.
05. He has a reputation for [integrity], and everyone trusts him completely.
06. The structural [integrity] of the building has been compromised by the earthquake.
07. The territorial [integrity] of the country has been brought into doubt by claims made by its neighbor.
08. [Integrity] in your business dealings means that you consider the needs of your client before your desire to make a profit.
09. By driving while drunk and then trying to hide what happened, Gordon Campbell has shown that he does not have the personal [integrity] necessary to hold the office of Premier of our province.
10. It is uncommon in human history for matters involving the territorial [integrity] of a nation-state to be settled by ballots instead of bullets.
11. Baltasar Gracian once remarked that a single lie destroys a whole reputation of [integrity].
12. Ralph Waldo Emerson once suggested that in failing circumstances, no one can be relied on to keep their [integrity].
13. Samuel Johnson once said that [integrity] without knowledge is weak and useless, and knowledge without [integrity] is dangerous and dreadful.
14. Oprah Winfrey once said that real [integrity] is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody's going to know whether you did it or not.
15. Zig Ziglar said that the foundation stones for a balanced success are honesty, character, [integrity], faith, love and loyalty.
16. The building's structural [integrity] was weakened by the earthquake.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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