One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Without opposition; with the agreement of all people involved.‘a committee of MPs has unanimously agreed to back his bill’
without opposition, with one accord, with one mind, to a man, as one, one and all, each and every one, bar none, without exceptionView synonyms
- ‘Jim is unanimously voted out in the first episode as opposed to Tom's big win.’
- ‘The Board of Governors voted unanimously to allow the administrators to unionize.’
- ‘The residents very pleased that the council voted unanimously in favour of the variation.’
- ‘Domestic players unanimously say that the minimum area to be developed should be reviewed.’
- ‘We may have some problems but they must be tackled unanimously as one nation.’
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