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[yoo-nuh-nim-i-tee] /ˌyu nəˈnɪm ɪ ti/
the state or quality of being unanimous; a consensus or undivided opinion:
The unanimity of the delegates was obvious on the first ballot.
Origin of unanimity
late Middle English
1400-50; late Middle English unanimite < Middle French < Latin ūnanimitās, equivalent to ūnanim(us) unanimous + -itās -ity
harmony, unity, unison, concert.
disagreement. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • There is no unanimity of opinion or practice concerning the history of education.

    College Teaching Paul Klapper
  • It is because on matters of morals there is no unanimity of opinion as there is in regard to crime.

  • In England the Church was the church of the majority, of almost the unanimity of the nation.

  • We note the unanimity with which your Majesty and the cardinal write.

    Lucretia Borgia Ferdinand Gregorovius
  • Nothing short of unanimity at Westminster could have worked that miracle.

    William Pitt and the Great War John Holland Rose
  • The unanimity of the response would have done credit to a Roman mob.

    Stanford Stories Charles K. Field
  • Then from one till three they had slept together with perfect soundness and unanimity.

    Beyond John Galsworthy
Word Origin and History for unanimity

mid-15c., from Old French unanimite (14c.), from Latin unanimitas, from unanimus (see unanimous).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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