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united

[yoo-nahy-tid]
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adjective
  1. made into or caused to act as a single entity: a united front.
  2. formed or produced by the uniting of things or persons: a united effort.
  3. agreed; in harmony.

Origin of united

First recorded in 1545–55; unite1 + -ed2
Related formsu·nit·ed·ly, adverbu·nit·ed·ness, nounnon·u·nit·ed, adjectiveun·u·nit·ed, adjectivewell-u·nit·ed, adjective
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Examples from the Web for unitedly

Historical Examples

  • Unitedly they would have measured at least eighteen feet of humanity.

    Wrecked but not Ruined

    R.M. Ballantyne

  • Prayers were said aloud, unitedly, and by all of them silently in their own hearts.

    The Castaways

    Captain Mayne Reid

  • That the leaders, who are students of politics were unitedly against him.

  • To vow unto him singly, or unitedly, was a duty of his covenant.

  • Formerly, because you did not speak to us unitedly, what was done was not binding.


British Dictionary definitions for unitedly

united

adjective
  1. produced by two or more persons or things in combination or from their union or amalgamationa united effort
  2. in agreement
  3. in association or alliance
Derived Formsunitedly, adverbunitedness, noun
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