OTHER WORDS FROM united
How to use united in a sentence
At least in Congress, there is a united sense that China is now a strategic adversary.China’s new five-year plan has an ambitious aim: to become a self-sufficient, global tech superpower|Grady McGregor|October 30, 2020|Fortune
Experts argue that the state needs a united front to take down the coronavirus — and, in particular, the state’s Republican leaders have to accept what scientists have repeatedly said on Covid-19.How pandemic fatigue and polarization led to Wisconsin’s massive Covid-19 outbreak|German Lopez|October 23, 2020|Vox
Schreiner’s father headed a deputation to Britain in 1909, which attempted to persuade the British government that a united South Africa should follow the Cape’s color-blind approach.What Happened When South Africa’s Supreme Court Became Unbalanced|Fiona Zublin|October 16, 2020|Ozy
Imagine if industries applied this same united spirit to supporting the electoral process.Outdoor industry leaders: Why we’re giving our employees the resources to vote|jakemeth|October 7, 2020|Fortune
Former First Lady Michelle Obama offered a clear and full-throated call for a united electorate and a better democracy in her speech at the virtual Democratic National Convention last night.
Ununited fracture of the leg-bones in children is a most unsatisfactory and rebellious condition to deal with.
An ununited fracture is one in which after many weeks or months no attempt has been made by nature to consolidate the parts.
On moving the arm there were the indications of an ununited fracture.The Last Words of Distinguished Men and Women|Frederic Rowland Marvin