oneness

[ UK /wˈɒnnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈwənəs, ˈwənnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being united into one
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How To Use oneness In A Sentence

  • It's difficult to test the cookies for doneness while they're still hot, but they're fairly resistant to overbaking.
  • I beg for each and all of you confirmations and assistance from the threshold of oneness, so that those gatherings may become ignited like unto candles, in the republics of America, enkindling the light of the love of God in the hearts; thus the rays of the heavenly teachings may begem and brighten the states of America like the infinitude of immensity with the stars of the Most Great Guidance. Tablets of the Divine Plan
  • Another confirmation of the transformation of the press was its proneness for take-over for financial rather than political ends.
  • Not only does this demonstrate a poor commitment to oneness, it is also very poor leadership technique.
  • Go drink your kalla and swim in your oneness and your memories - I don't care. THE BROKEN GOD
  • Its symbolism speaks to them of service, communion, mutual forgiveness, oneness, and recognition of the fact that their bodies are temples of the Spirit.
  • Introduce the concept of "oneness" - we are all in this together. Vivian Glyck: Five Ways to Raise Globally Conscious Kids
  • One way of understanding God's oneness is to imagine light shining through a prism.
  • Recognizing this aloneness is essential for togetherness. Waking Up Together « Happy Healthy Hip Parenting
  • In this photograph, which appears in many anthologies, the chair looks bleak in its complete aloneness.
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