The motto of the United States is e pluribus unum Latin for “Out of Many, one.”
There is their inscription, e pluribus unum, an unquestionable stamp of nationality and value, which they carry wherever they go.
This room's a sort of e pluribus unum, many in one; kind of a boodwar and kitchen combined.
The motto of the state holds of the church also, e pluribus unum.
These several petitions are consolidated into one, being another illustration of the motto on our coin,—e pluribus unum.
Not possessing any learning of that kind, he concluded his speech with: "e pluribus unum, gentlemen, sine qua non."
He ought to be saying 'e pluribus unum,' to match his feathers, instead of trying to work the Santa Claus graft.
As with the federation 443 of the States, so will one great music ascend polyphonically,—e pluribus unum.
On the front is the eagle, and the patriotic Latin, e pluribus unum.
e pluribus unum is stamped upon the national coin, the national territory, and the national heart.
one out of many, the motto on American coinage
A motto of the United States; Latin for “Out of many, one.” It refers to the Union formed by the separate states. E pluribus unum was adopted as a national motto in 1776 and is now found on the Great Seal of the United States and on United States currency.