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1‘a united Germany’
unified, integrated, consolidated, amalgamated, joined, merged, banded together
federal, federated, confederate
2‘the parties must decide on a united response to the proposals’
common, shared, joint, combined, corporate, mutual, communal, allied, cooperative, collective, collaborative, aggregate, undivided, solid, consistent, concerted, pooled, cross-party
3‘they were united in their views’
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 shoulder
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