unanimously

[ yoo-nan-uh-muh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF unanimously
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I never doubted for a moment but that it would be awarded to me unanimously.

The mention of Mege brought them all to agreement, for they unanimously hated him.

No: Uncle George had fallen from grace, and was unanimously damned.

This motion was carried, not unanimously but by a large majority.

Mrs. Belden was unanimously re-elected and $1,500 were raised.

We put her to vote, and she was promptly and unanimously chosen.

They unanimously determined that they would die fighting in their own defence.

And the said Commons answered entirely and unanimously: Yes, yes!

He was unanimously elected, and somewhat to my surprise he accepted.

The question was put by Fred Mason, and carried, unanimously.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Latin unanimus "of one mind," from unus "one" (see one) + animus "mind" (see animus). Related: Unanimously.

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