Examples of unanimous in a Sentence
The judges made a unanimous ruling.
a unanimous vote to upgrade the school's computer facilities
Recent Examples of unanimous from the Web
E.J. Junior, Alabama, defensive end, 1977-1980: A three-time All-SEC selection, Junior was a unanimous All-American in 1980.
For Sapp, a 1994 unanimous First Team All-American who finished sixth in the Heisman voting and won the Lombardi and Nagurski awards, its his first appearance on the ballot since 2014.
The motion was put to the club’s board — where support for Wenger is not nearly so unanimous — on Tuesday.
The red-shirt sophomore shorstop was a unanimous pick to the first team and as a gold glover.
Both leaders pushed to get a separate, unanimous statement on the fight against terrorism by the G-7.
The Paris agreement may be addressed in a formal communique expected to be issued Saturday by the G-7, though the nations remained at odds Friday over possible wording that would draw unanimous support.
Chairman Richard Burr told reporters that the vote to leave subpoena decisions up to him and Vice Chairman Mark Warner was unanimous.
While support for her wasn’t unanimous among students and alums, the general sense of the community as a whole was certainly behind her.
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UNANIMOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unanimous for English Language Learners
: agreed to by everyone
: having the same opinion
UNANIMOUS Defined for Kids
Definition of unanimous for Students
1 : having the same opinion : agreeing completely They were unanimous in their choice.
2 : agreed to by all a unanimous vote
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