Idioms about unison
Origin of unison
OTHER WORDS FROM unisonnon·u·ni·son, noun
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How to use unison in a sentence
It could be neutron star mergers, together with magnetorotational supernovae, could in unison explain how all the heavy elements in the Milky Way were created.New Type of Stellar Explosion Could Explain the Mystery of the Milky Way’s Elements|Gary Da Costa|July 8, 2021|Singularity Hub
Swirling in unison, they’d form a writhing circle more than 100 strong.Some electric eels coordinate their attacks to zap prey|Jonathan Lambert|January 25, 2021|Science News For Students
Blanchette and his team’s model made clear that the birds do not move in unison.
She found a way to make little kitten steps to the microphone in unison with the music.
In a half-circle around a blazing campfire, the women shake rattles in creepy unison.
Billed by the curators as a “dialogue,” the show is ultimately more like two voices communing in completely matched unison.
Pointing to the elevator bank, they say in unison, "Eleventh floor."Backstage at the Razzie Awards, Honoring Hollywood’s Worst Films|David Eckstein|March 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We sobbed in unison when Meryl Streep could barely talk about her husband without becoming visibly verklempt and touched.The Most ‘WTF’ Oscar Moments Ever: Rob Lowe’s Duet with Snow White, Sacheen Littlefeather, and the Streaker|Kevin Fallon, Marlow Stern|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Alessandro turned a grateful look on Ramona as he translated this speech, so in unison with Indian modes of thought and feeling.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
The natural result was that anything further than unison coupling was seldom attempted.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building|George Laing Miller
The twain immediately started, and roared in unison with their host most tremendously!
“Out of sight,” comes the general verdict from the crowd, and bang go a dozen beer glasses in unison on the heavy table.The Real Latin Quarter|F. Berkeley Smith
The deep, dull murmurings of the multitude swelled in unison with the sighings of the storm rising upon the somber night.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
British Dictionary definitions for unison (1 of 2)
- the interval between two sounds of identical pitch
- (modifier) played or sung at the same pitchunison singing