Synonyms for Intact:

adj.

all (adjective)
integral, entire.
celibate (adjective)
lone, unplowed, ascetic, abstemious, solitary, monastic, abstinent, unwed, celibate, pure, single, old maid, chaste, spinsterish, virginal, monkish, asexual, alone, bachelor, maiden, unmarried.
complete (adjective)
accomplished, collective, conclusive, full, complete, unabridged, undivided, final, entire, whole, integrated, sum, uncut, solid, done, universal, total, comprehensive, exhaustive, thorough, unified, all, through, integral, unsevered, plenary, finished.
earliest (adjective)
maiden.
entire (adjective)
uninjured, entire.
good (adjective)
unmarred.
undamaged; all in one piece (adjective)
unblemished, flawless, sound, unharmed, complete, uninjured, entire, unbroken, unhurt, perfect, unmarred, unimpaired, uncut, whole.
unhurt (adjective)
unharmed, unhurt.
united (adjective)
elemental, homogeneous, atomic, entire, solid, unified, complete, integral, single, pure, coherent, integrated, holistic, simple, united, uniform, congruous, undivided, same, monolithic, congruent, coincident, cohesive, irreducible, indivisible, fundamental.

n.

untainted, as new, well-preserved. perfect, part. thrive, unblemished, sound, flawless, unbroken, unharmed, good, unmarred, unhurt. intact (noun)
whole, uninjured, integral, unimpaired, entire, uncastrated, undamaged, inviolate.
unimpaired (noun)
study at complete, sound.

Other synonyms:

untainted, unmarred. well-preserved. perfect, flawless. unblemished. good. unhurt
unharmed.
uninjured
uninjured, unhurt.
whole
unbroken.
Other relevant words:
unblemished, sound, untainted, unbroken, uncastrated, uninjured, unharmed, perfect, good, flawless, thrive, undamaged, well-preserved, inviolate, unimpaired, unhurt, unmarred, part.

Usage examples for intact

  1. All the leaves were intact some still green, but most of them a glorious gold against the blue. – The Mysterious Rider by Zane Grey
  2. One of the pieces may be cut in two, but the others must be used intact – Amusements in Mathematics by Henry Ernest Dudeney
  3. The stratum from which the jaw was taken was intact and had never been disturbed. – A Manual of the Antiquity of Man by J. P. MacLean