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- n. Agent noun of unify; one who unifies.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, unifies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which unifies.
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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.
The great "unifier" is finally fulfilling his pre-election billing, Americans are more unified against him and his policies than ever!
The great unifier is already getting paid for one while he is still in office.
Jack Kemp stood out as a "unifier" - those days spent with his teammates were not lost on him.
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.
If that is true, then all this talk of him being a unifier is all rhetoric and completely bogus.
I think the calculation is, he's not a "unifier" if he doesn't consider it and to plant the two-fer image.
Remember when the so-called unifier said that he still doesn’t know how she Hillary “does it in heels”.
David Cameron is today set to argue strongly for Turkey's membership of the European Union, hailing its potential as a "unifier" between East and West.
European Union, hailing its potential as a "unifier" between East and West.