Words, that may or may may not exist -- that aren't used enough.
Now this is word that we all decided didn't exist, but people insisted on
using. Finally found it, after much looking, in the Oxford English Dictionary. It does however call it
obsolete. Still don't find it at
Mirriam-Webster. It does however exist at
[irreg. f. F. inthgre or L. integer, integr- (see INTEGER) + -I-OUS; (as if from a L. integris.) Cf. INTEGROUS.]
1658 SIR H. SLINGSBY Diary (1836) 201 Such was their integrious candor and intimacy to me in my greatest extremes. Ibid. 208 Being so integriously grounded, as it admitted no alloy or mixture with By-respects or self-interests.
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