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In agreement or harmony:‘they were completely at one with their environment’
in agreement, agreed, in unison, of the same opinion, of the same mind, of like mind, like-minded, at one, as one, in accord, in concord, unanimous, in sympathy, in rapport, in harmony, in unity, shoulder to shoulderView synonyms
- ‘United your resolve, united your hearts, may your spirits be at one, that you may long together dwell in unity and concord!’
- ‘It was a jazz record both timeless and at one with the hippy spirit of the early 1970s.’
- ‘Both are at one with a certain instinct of frugality, by which I do not mean meanness.’
- ‘And if you feel at one with nature, you can hike on one of the challenging trails or experience mountain biking.’
- ‘Reporters covering the war are at one with their technology as never before.’
- ‘What was less satisfactory was that the documentation and the underlying philosophy did not appear to be at one.’
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