Examples of unanimous in a Sentence
The judges made a unanimous ruling.
a unanimous vote to upgrade the school's computer facilities
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Until Friday, North Korea had not launched any missiles since the unanimous approval of new United Nations Security Council sanctions three weeks ago.
Minick sued the majority ownership in May alleging he was improperly dismissed without the unanimous approval of the bar’s owners, as stipulated in a company agreement.
Justice Samuel Alito wrote for a unanimous court decision.
The EU has launched infringement procedures against Hungary, but the most serious sanctions, contained in Article 7 of the EU treaty, require a unanimous vote in the European Council.
But the threat by the EU’s first vice president, Frans Timmermans, notwithstanding, any move to use Article 7 must be unanimous—and that’s not likely given that Hungary, Poland’s Visegrad ally, has threatened to veto any such action.
The measure passed out of the Public Safety Committee by a unanimous vote on Wednesday.
That season, Majors earned unanimous All-American recognition and was edged out for the Heisman Trophy by Notre Dame's Paul Hornung, even though the Fighting Irish posted a 2-8 record in 1956.
Two previous juries couldn't reach a unanimous agreement on murder and voluntary manslaughter charges against the former University of Cincinnati officer.
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Synonymsagreeable, amicable, compatible, congenial, frictionless, kindred, harmonious, united
Antonymsdisagreeable, discordant, disharmonious, disunited, incompatible, inharmonious, uncongenial
Related Wordspacific, peaceable, peaceful; collaborating, cooperative, symbiotic, synergetic, synergic; noncompetitive, nonconflicting, uncompetitive; sympathetic, tolerant, understanding; affable, amiable, cordial, friendly, genial, neighborly
Near Antonymsantagonistic, antipathetic, clashing, conflicting, hostile, inimical, unfriendly; belligerent, contentious, quarrelsome; contradicting, contradictory, contrary, opposing, opposite; competing, competitive, rivaling (or rivalling)
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