unanimously

[ UK /juːnˈænɪməsli/ ]
[ US /juˈnænəməsɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. of one mind; without dissent
    we voted unanimously
    the Senate unanimously approved the bill
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How To Use unanimously In A Sentence

  • The motion was seconded and approved unanimously.
  • This answer, you'll see by the enclosed news paper, was unanimously voted to be not satisfactory to the Town, and the next day, on Mr. Hutchinson's sending into the Town Meeting an answer of the same purport, both his and ours were voted to be daringly affrontive to the Tea Leaves Being a Collection of Letters and Documents relating to the shipment of Tea to the American Colonies in the year 1773, by the East India Tea Company. (With an introduction, notes, and biographical notices of the Boston Tea Party)
  • The amendment to the bill was carried unanimously.
  • The members of Sea Launch have unanimously determined that Chapter 11 reorganization is in the best interests of the Company, its customers, shareholders, employees and other related parties. Financial Problems at Sea Launch - NASA Watch
  • The California's Supreme Court (in a 7-0 decision written by the justice who authored the marriage decision) has already unanimously determined pre-election review is not precluded when the challenge is based upon a claimthat the initiative may not properly be submitted to the voters becauseit amounts to a constitutional revision rather than an amendment. California's "Proposition 8 - Limit on Marriage Initiative" Should Be Removed From The Ballot
  • Judge Shwartz was called "unanimously well qualified" in the American Bar Association's review of her nomination. NYT > Home Page
  • Last April's NUT annual conference unanimously voted to ballot members on a boycott of the SAT's.
  • The motion was carried unanimously.
  • The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution calling for a halt to hostilities.
  • A few spoonfuls of this warm and soft compote, served in a glass and topped with a little dollop of crème fraîche, was unanimously described as a crustless tarte tatin - just what we needed.
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