Adjective useage for the word integrity; descriptor for a person with steadfast adherence to a moral or ethical code of conduct.

Noted to have been used in the mid to late 15th century, re-introduced into the English lexicon in 1998 by RAJ and TAW.
Tim is quite the integrious person.
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Having or characterized by integrity. The adjective of Integrity.
Behind my back he said I was a jerk but to my face I was his friend. He was not integriful
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One who has integrity. The word that will again become the accepted and accredited adjective of integrity in the Oxford dictionary. The focus of the integrious project: one man on a mission to increase the awareness of and re-define the meaning of personal integrity through the word integrious.
Howard is an integrious man because his values are congruent with and evident in his words, actions, personality and life.
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