[ UK /juːnɐnˈɪmɪti/ ]
[ US /ˌjunəˈnɪməti, ˌjunəˈnɪmɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. everyone being of one mind
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How To Use unanimity In A Sentence

  • In the technical literature, virtual unanimity reigns: most of the variation among individual IQs is due to variation in genes.
  • This unanimity encouraged local leaders to abstain from political initiatives and to concentrate on local and day-to-day issues.
  • There is virtual unanimity of preference for oral teaching which might seem to overbear the possibility of opposition.
  • Similarly radicals overstate the degree of unanimity among the medical profession, which is in fact riven with dissension and competing ideologies.
  • Our American unity does not depend upon unanimity.
  • The political stalemate was broken; there was near unanimity that the USA must rearm immediately.
  • Consensus cano mean unanimity but it would be silly to interpret the article title in that way since it says that it lists people who disagree with the consensus. Road Map #3 « Climate Audit
  • The two-year timescale can only be extended by unanimity. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's also important to remember, in the context of the contest, that unanimity is not the same thing as unity.
  • The idea of coalition was put to the membership and it was passed with near unanimity. Times, Sunday Times
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