unifying

[ US /ˈjunəˌfaɪɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /jˈuːnɪfˌa‍ɪɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. combining into a single unit
  2. tending to unify
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How To Use unifying In A Sentence

  • In fact, one of the reasons Mao remains revered is that he is credited with “unifying China”. Matthew Yglesias » The Tomorrow People
  • The Holy Roman Empire ever since the first event of Charles the Great's coronation, when it justified itself as a diplomatical expedient for unifying Western Christendom, had existed more or less as a shadow. Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2 The Catholic Reaction
  • While Bank of America has developed workarounds to integrate core systems, it has made progress on unifying operations on some fronts.
  • The proposal includes unifying street trees, public realm , streetscape, transportation links, and a library roof garden.
  • In some ways she does not need a new idea or a cause or a unifying theme to campaign on. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sport should be a unifying force, not a political battleground. Times, Sunday Times
  • This unifying and coordinating principle, she thought, has enabled geography to com - prehend vast accumulations of facts, and for the first time raised it to the level of a science. ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURE
  • Sustainable development offers us a unifying concept for the exploitation of natural resources and the integration of environment and development.
  • They have become important unifying symbols in Western green politics, representing environmental health and social vitality, as metaphors and metonyms for the whole of ‘nature’.
  • You have shown us the unifying power of sport.
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