unanimity

Part of speech: noun

Complete agreement; harmony.

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Usage examples "unanimity":

  1. With such popular unanimity apparent, the government could do no less than take heed. - "Greener Than You Think", Ward Moore.
  2. It seemed to the republican leaders that the occasion demanded complete unanimity in France. - "A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V.1.", Carlton J. H. Hayes.
  3. Meanwhile, something approaching to a crowd, that is about 600 people, half of whom were priests and the rest impiegati, were collected at the gates; and as the Pope passed to his coach and four, each of this crowd, with somewhat suspicious unanimity, drew a handkerchief from his pocket, and raised a feeble cheer. - "Rome in 1860", Edward Dicey.