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Adjective
Relating to or shared by all the members of a group
“We should be fighting in a united effort against our enemy, instead of amongst ourselves.”
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Coming together to form a single unit
“This was a missed opportunity to show a united front against the new laws.”
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Having or marked by agreement in feeling or rapport
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“Members of the club were a united group of hobbyists sharing the same passion for vintage cars.”
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In agreement
“Every party is united on the need for parliamentary democracy.”
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Of or pertaining to synergy
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United by a common aim or common characteristics
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Joined together by fusing
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Tied together
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Consisting of different qualities or elements
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Devoted completely to one object
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Focused, centered, achieving a state of shared mysticism
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Denoting or characterized by a harmonious relationship between the elements of a whole
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(of people) Unwilling to be separated
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Relating to marriage
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Closely associated
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Mutual or held in common by many
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Acting together towards a common aim
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(of people, nations or organizations) Past tense for to come or bring together for a common purpose or action
“Enthusiasts of cryptocurrency would unite in these online groups to discuss investment strategies.”
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Past tense for to join or collaborate with others, typically to further one's personal interests
“Couriers from several companies would unite to demand better pay and protection against customer abuse.”
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Past tense for to bring separate elements together to form a whole
“Created in leather and decorated with fine straps bejeweled by tone-on-tone studs, these sandals unite comfort with elegance.”
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Past tense for to get married
“Wellington remained hopeful that one day he and Jada would unite in holy matrimony.”
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Past tense for to move to a single, central point
“The next logical step in the development of our business was to strategically unite the companies under a holding company.”
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