nemine contradicente

[ne-mi-ne kohn-trah-di-ken-te; English nem-uh-nee kon-truh-di-sen-tee]

adverb Latin.

no one contradicting; unanimously.

nemine dissentiente

[ne-mi-ne di-sen-tee-en-te; English nem-uh-nee di-sen-shee-en-tee]

adverb Latin.

no one dissenting; unanimously. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for nemine

Historical Examples of nemine

  • Bent moved towards the saloon, and we all followed, nemine dissentiente.

  • The constitutio de fide has been adopted by the Ecumenical Council, nemine contradicente.

  • Shortly after, he was chosen knight of the shire of that county, nemine contradicente, and proved a deadly enemy to the king.

  • No one ventured to offer any remark, and it was immediately carried, nemine dissentiente.

    Atrocious Judges

    John Campbell, Baron Campbell

  • Bromley is chosen Speaker, nemine contradicente: Do you understand those two words?

    The Journal to Stella

    Jonathan Swift