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adjective as in united

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It dawned on Mach, then, that if we could rewrite science solely in terms of what can measured, then the world could be rendered entirely relational—entirely relative—and the mind and universe could be unified at last.

There are people who carry hate towards marginalized communities and you cannot unify with someone who is going to actively harm you.

The Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, focused on unifying the country and clearly communicating what actions the government and general public needed to take.

There was not a day of unifying rhetoric in the past four years.

Exploring the limits of transfer learning with a unified text-to-text transformer.

To meet that challenge, it is high time that governments around the world agreed on a unified policy towards hostage taking.

But civic cynicism is not, and it means we can never be the unified country we were in World War II.

This was the spirit of a resilient city — outraged, engaged, and unified.

By presenting the data in a unified fashion, it makes it easier to glean insights.

Iraqi Shiites, for the first time, had their chance to be the main force in a unified Iraq.

This is the only country where a unified air service has been adopted.

Moreover the opposition to this unified controlling power compels the group to collect itself, to condense itself into unity.

Now, in America what class or force is there that is unified, concentrated and efficient to carry out its decisions?

Egypt was divided into several kingdoms, which were gradually unified into two only, those of the north and the south.

In order to meet the unified public wants, an equally unified public fund was requisite.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unified, such as: consolidated, cooperative, undivided, affiliated, allied, and banded.

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