integer[ in-ti-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF integer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTEGER
An integer or two would be more useful to maintain the integrity of the House.
An integer is a complete or not touched whole; a whole number.
In my former book I handled Japan as an integer, avoiding implications.
Korea might just as well be an integer of the Japanese Empire.
Hence, it is of the utmost importance that China remain an integer.
He is an integer and never counts for less than one in any relation of life.
No integer of the impressionable sex had ever yet won from her such a battle.
In all her calculations for the future Mrs. Owen's fortune was an integer.
The man is a man, an integer, and the state is for him; as well as a fraction of the state, and he for it.
Kean's ordinary card was Edmund Kean, engraved; he generally wrote beneath, 'Integer vit scelerisque purus.'