One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In complete agreement; unanimously.‘Conservatives must speak with one voice to get their message across’
united, in complete agreement, in complete accord, of one mind, like-minded, of the same mind, in harmony, at one, with one voice, concordant, undividedView synonyms
- ‘A party that speaks with one voice: the Prime Minister's.’
- ‘‘We've lost ground in trying to find a diplomatic solution because the world has not spoken with one voice,’ she said.’
- ‘But how does a movement that does not speak with one voice and that often marches energetically in different directions take the next step?’
- ‘Instead, society should speak with one voice: every job is a good job, because doing it well will start you up the employment ladder.’
- ‘The award was also welcomed by Scarborough Forum for Tourism, set up three years ago to allow all sectors of the industry, including residents groups, to speak with one voice.’
- ‘While the industry insists it must stick together and speak with one voice, there have been individual voices of disapproval.’
- ‘But just as surely, it must be noted that they were closer to speaking with one voice than at any other time in our history.’
- ‘So you want to be a united front and speak with one voice and give clear directives to the contractor even as a couple.’
- ‘But such strictures pertain only to traditional indigenes and minorities; these are deemed to speak with one voice, while others do not.’
- ‘We must speak with one voice, and proudly promote the positive impact of the industry's substantial investment in server training.’
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