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- adv. in a unanimous manner; without objection
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With one mind or voice; with unanimity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. of one mind; without dissent
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On June 9, the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works approved his candidacy for another term unanimously.
** As a commenter notes, "unanimously" is slightly misleading.
As I mentioned, the Republicans were, you know, unanimously against this when it became law, and they remain unanimously against it.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has again unanimously selected Akron and Stanford as the No. 1 teams in the country:
Judge Shwartz was called "unanimously well qualified" in the American Bar Association's review of her nomination.
If all would have given in unanimously into his measures, there would have been universal concord; and, could men have agreed in this, there would have been no dangerous discord nor disagreement in other things; but, disagreeing here, the breach was wide as the sea.
The top-ranked Tide (14-0) won the AP title unanimously and was set to receive that trophy Friday morning.
He did not suggest that he wanted it passed unanimously, instead using the Arabic word for
20 In a solemn assembly of the civil and military powers of the empire, the diadem was again unanimously offered to the praefect Sallust.
Given the real facts of this case, it’s easy to understand why Judges Reena Raggi and Peter Hall, both George W. Bush appointees, joined Judge Sotomayor in unanimously rejecting Didden’s claim.