Examples of unify in a Sentence
The creation of the national railroad system unified the country.
two very different people unified by a common belief
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Is this the speaker that is most helpful to unify the party?
Leo Santa Cruz is enthused about his June 9 featherweight title rematch against Abner Mares at Staples Center and the potential to unify belts in the deep division.
Beyond fiery missives there is little Washington can do to unify a fractured global response and effectively push back against Beijing's demands.
Well, that takes leadership that has as its goal to unify the country.
For years, the board of directors of the Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District have resisted overtures from the county to join the authority, which was formed to unify fire protection in the backcountry following the 2003 and 2007 firestorms.
Any move to unify Jerusalem would be considered a war crime.
Opposition parties failed to unify before their election, allowing Mr. Orban’s Fidesz party and its coalition partner, the Christian Democrats, to win a two-thirds majority.
Mr Macron was elected on a promise to unify the disparate rules governing French public pensions, and this reform lies ahead.
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UNIFY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unify for English Language Learners
: to cause (people or things) to be joined or brought together
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