Thesaurus / unite

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If all unite to carry this out, small differences of opinion may at once be sunk.

No one can doubt that man has as strong a propensity to unite with woman, as bulls and stags have with the females of their kind.

Josiah, true father of Tirzah Ann, seemed anxious mainly to unite display and cheapness.

The scenes, just now all soft and pleasing, give way to others which unite the lovely and the severe.

What could unite two creatures so different in the bonds of an inseparable friendship?

You have secrets from me, when I propose to devote my life to you, to unite myself to you by indissoluble bonds!

Without in some way transcending time we could not survey individual events and unite them in one representation.

No less disastrous was the attempt of Michael to unite with the Roman Church.

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As soon as the council was over he was to set out on a visit to the southern tribes to get them to unite with those of the north.

The tiny hands will unite its parents as if they were the hands of a priest drawing them together.

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