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one·ness

 (wŭn′nĭs)
n.
1. The quality or state of being one; singleness or wholeness.
2. Singularity; uniqueness.
3. A state or condition of perfect harmony or accord: "He intuited global truths. He thrilled at his oneness with humanity" (Sally Jacobs).
4. Sameness of character: the disagreeable oneness of roadside landscapes.
5. Unison; agreement: oneness of mind and purpose.

oneness

(ˈwʌnnɪs)
n
1. the state or quality of being one; singleness
2. the state of being united; agreement
3. uniqueness
4. sameness

one•ness

(ˈwʌn nɪs)

n.
1. the quality of being one; singleness.
2. sameness; identity.
3. unity of thought, feeling, aim, etc.; harmony; concord.
4. uniqueness.
[before 900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.oneness - the quality of being united into oneoneness - the quality of being united into one
identicalness, indistinguishability, identity - exact sameness; "they shared an identity of interests"

oneness

noun
1. The condition of being one:
2. The quality or condition of being unique:
3. The state of being entirely whole:
4. The quality or condition of being exactly the same as something else:
5. An identity or coincidence of interests, purposes, or sympathies among the members of a group:
Translations

oneness

[ˈwʌnnɪs] N (= unity) → unidad f; (= identity) → identidad f

oneness

nEinheit f; (of personality, thought)Geschlossenheit f; (= concord: with nature, fellow men) → Einklang m
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