unanimously


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u·nan·i·mous

 (yo͝o-năn′ə-məs)
adj.
1. Sharing the same opinions or views; being in complete harmony or accord.
2. Based on or characterized by complete assent or agreement.

[From Latin ūnanimus : ūnus, one; see oi-no- in Indo-European roots + animus, mind; see anə- in Indo-European roots.]

u·nan′i·mous·ly adv.
u·nan′i·mous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unanimously - of one mindunanimously - of one mind; without dissent; "the Senate unanimously approved the bill"; "we voted unanimously"

unanimously

adverb without exception, by common consent, without opposition, with one accord, unitedly, nem. con. The executive committee voted unanimously to reject the proposals.
Translations
بالإجْماع
jednomyslně
enigt
samhljóîa
jednomyseľne
soglasno
oy birliği ile

unanimously

[juːˈnænɪməslɪ] ADVunánimemente, por unanimidad
the motion was passed unanimouslyla moción fue aprobada por unanimidad

unanimously

[juːˈnænɪməsli] adv
[elected] → à l'unanimité
[condemn] → unanimement

unanimously

adveinstimmig, einmütig; agreeeinmütig; voteeinstimmig

unanimously

[juːˈnænɪməslɪ] advall'unanimità

unanimous

(juˈnӕniməs) adjective
having, or showing, complete agreement. The whole school was unanimous in its approval of the headmaster's plan.
uˈnanimously adverb
unaˈnimity (juːnə-) noun
complete agreement. Unanimity among politicians is rare.
References in classic literature ?
She was unanimously elected assistant editor of the Wareham School Pilot, being the first girl to assume that enviable, though somewhat arduous and thankless position, and when her maiden number went to the Cobbs, uncle Jerry and aunt Sarah could hardly eat or sleep for pride.
Scrooge's nephew revelled in another laugh, and as it was impossible to keep the infection off; though the plump sister tried hard to do it with aromatic vinegar; his example was unanimously followed.
with the feeble malice of a tired man; but, as he had no theory, and no coat on, he was unanimously set at nought - not to mention his smoking hard behind, as he stood with his back to the kitchen fire to draw the damp out: which was not calculated to inspire confidence.
And despite the prepossessions and prejudices of the multitude, they shouted unanimously as the knight rode into the tiltyard, The second glance, however, served to destroy the hope that his timely arrival had excited.
After much debate, they concluded unanimously, that I was only RELPLUM SCALCATH, which is interpreted literally LUSUS NATURAE; a determination exactly agreeable to the modern philosophy of Europe, whose professors, disdaining the old evasion of occult causes, whereby the followers of Aristotle endeavoured in vain to disguise their ignorance, have invented this wonderful solution of all difficulties, to the unspeakable advancement of human knowledge.
The Sheriff should swear by his patron saint that he will not molest us," said Will Stutely; and his addition was carried unanimously.
The physicians attend; the case of the patient is carefully examined; a consultation is held; they are unanimously agreed that the symptoms are critical, but that the case, with proper and timely relief, is so far from being desperate, that it may be made to issue in an improvement of his constitution.
This was an easy feat to him, for he usually attracted a crowd of spectators in the bay before the lighthouse at Marseilles when he swam there, and was unanimously declared to be the best swimmer in the port.
The plan of changing their clothes was unanimously adopted.
and we therefore entreat you graciously to accept the Kingship, to which you have been unanimously elected by the Council of Elfland: and that you will allow your son Bruno of whose goodness, cleverness, and beauty, reports have reached us--to be regarded as Heir-Apparent.
This performance was sure to be hailed with loud plaudits, and the 'puarkee nuee' (big hog) was unanimously pronounced by the islanders to be the most extraordinary specimen of zoology that had ever come under their observation.
True; and you will remember an expression attributed almost unanimously, by the evidence, to this voice, - the expression, 'mon Dieu