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unanimous

u·nan·i·mous

unanimous

 
pronunciation:
yu nae nih ms
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Word History, Word Parts
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: in complete agreement, as a number or group of people.
We are unanimous in our opinion that the governor should be impeached.
antonyms:
divided
similar words:
solid
definition 2: exhibiting, based on, or characterized by complete agreement.
Upon hearing the news, they breathed a unanimous sigh of relief.She was elected to the council by a unanimous vote.
derivations: unanimously (adv.), unanimity (n.), unanimousness (n.)
Word History
Unanimous comes from unanimus, a Latin word that means "of one mind."