unite

[ yoo-nahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unite

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNITE

Let us, then, fellow-citizens, unite with one heart and one mind.

And we are confident in principles that unite and lead us onward.

How calculated is this precedure to allay animosities and unite hearts!

They've been trying to unite, but we hear they haven't succeeded.

Of all the ties that unite men in this world, that of a common danger is the strongest.

I could not unite with a World and with Copperheads to attack even a Seward.

And it is only in the effort to unite these that a painter really improves.

All the mutually contradictory 'isms' unite in a higher synthesis.

So they were not to go to Chalons, then, and unite with the army there?

It was in vague despair that they took the supreme resolution to unite openly.

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