Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who or that which unifies.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who, or that which, unifies.

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  • noun Agent noun of unify; one who unifies.

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Examples

  • There's a consensus in the country that we've heard the last few days, from Republicans and Democrats, liberals, conservatives, those in the middle -- I think he perhaps now has earned the title unifier in chief.

    CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2007

  • There's a consensus in the country that we've heard the last few days, from Republicans and Democrats, liberals, conservatives, those in the middle -- I think he perhaps now has earned the title unifier in chief.

    George McGovern voted for Gerald Ford.

  • The great "unifier" is finally fulfilling his pre-election billing, Americans are more unified against him and his policies than ever!

    Obama says Tea Partiers owe him a thank you

  • The great unifier is already getting paid for one while he is still in office.

    Romney lands book deal

  • Jack Kemp stood out as a "unifier" - those days spent with his teammates were not lost on him.

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  • Jack Kemp stood out as a "unifier" - those days spent with his teammates were not lost on him.

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  • Jack Kemp stood out as a "unifier" - those days spent with his teammates were not lost on him.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Obama's main problem is that he is a far-left terrorist sympathizer, dishonestly posing as a moderate "unifier" - he would not be able to get above 30\% of the vote max. without the Goebbels-MSM running propaganda for him 24 / 7.

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  • If that is true, then all this talk of him being a unifier is all rhetoric and completely bogus.

    Carter: Obama-Clinton ticket unlikely

  • I think the calculation is, he's not a "unifier" if he doesn't consider it and to plant the two-fer image.

    Rendell: An Obama-Hillary Ticket Would Be Great, Too

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