the state or quality of being unanimous; a consensus or undivided opinion: The unanimity of the delegates was obvious on the first ballot.
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How to use unanimity in a sentence
It displayed a crack in the armor, because until then they had this unflinching unanimity.Sherwood L. Boehlert, GOP congressman with strong environmental record, dies at 84 | Matt Schudel | September 23, 2021 | Washington Post
At a time when broad political consensus is uncommon, Congress displayed remarkable unanimity on an unexpected subject this week.Embracing Juneteenth is entirely consistent with the pushback against discussing racism in schools | Philip Bump | June 17, 2021 | Washington Post
We should not expect comprehensive public policy and unanimity to do the job for us.Nestlé CEO: Climate change laggards put the planet—and their businesses—at risk | matthewheimer | December 3, 2020 | Fortune
But as Justice Ginsberg said last month, “there is no need for us to rush,” with near unanimity among lower courts.
Perhaps some of this unanimity arises out of practical concerns.Even Conservative Evangelical Support Couldn’t Save Immigration Reform | Jacob Lupfer | July 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The lion has lain down with the lamb, in other words, and the unanimity seems so surreal that I might as well keep dreaming.
Except the unanimity Abrams relies on simply does not exist.
In respect to the measures which should be adopted to achieve the end desired, there was not the same unanimity.The Eve of the Revolution | Carl Becker
It transpired, when the men came up, that there was no unanimity about going to Government House.Hilda | Sarah Jeanette Duncan
It rises and falls, ceases suddenly, then goes on again with an extraordinary effect of unanimity.The Nabob | Alphonse Daudet
The rest say, with entire unanimity, "Hit 's des de ole Witch-Rabbit w'at you done year'd talk un 'fo' now."Nights With Uncle Remus | Joel Chandler Harris
unanimity is impossible; and the rule of a majority, as a permanent arrangement, is wholly inadmissible.Key-Notes of American Liberty | Various