noun as in wholeness
This year, I’ve really missed my family in Jamaica but since we are all going through the same thing there’s sense of unity that I’m grateful for.
It is the essentialness of oneself, the psyche, the fragment of unity.
Developed by Princeton philosopher Walter Stace in 1960, that list of effects includes feeling unity with the universe, in touch with something holy, and as though the episode is hyperauthentic—more real than reality.
Pelosi also relayed she had spent part of the day Tuesday praying for national unity.
Achieving this requires holistic insight which, in turn, calls for greater unity.
It was a rare moment of bipartisan unity in partisan Washington.
The whir of the circling NYPD helicopter muffled their chants calling for unity and calling out police brutality.
The pulse of the music gives the film a thrilling kind of unity.
Last year they joined with the widows of the men from Popular Unity in calling for an investigation into the triple homicide.
But the unity deal failed to materialize after the Palestinian Authority declined to pay the salaries of Hamas civil servants.
The want of unity amongst the natives themselves was a great help to the Americansʼ plans.
This congress was the first significant step in the direction of unity for the British colonies in America.
I was vexed that the woman of the party wore a dress evidently of French fashion: it spoiled the unity of the groupe.
He taught the unity of God, and forcibly declaimed against all those who gave him associates.
It also greatly disturbed the internal unity of the Church, and that in a manner peculiarly prejudicial to its well-being.
On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unity, such as: agreement, consensus, harmony, identity, integrity, and peace.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.