unanimous

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From Latin ūnanimus (of one mind), from ūnus (one) + animus (mind).

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unanimous (not comparable)

  1. Based on unanimity, assent or agreement.
    The debate went on for hours, but in the end the decision was unanimous.
  2. Sharing the same views or opinions, and being in harmony or accord.
    We were unanimous: the President had to go.

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