Examples of united in a Sentence
a united campaign against drug abuse
the party must present a united front if it hopes to win the election
Recent Examples of united from the Web
Their united front to attend their high school graduation ceremony May 24 would make any union steward proud.
The four leading secondary ticket sites in the U.K. have taken a united stance against touts looking to turn a profit from Sunday's Ariana Grande Manchester Benefit Concert.
Emboldened by closer U.S. ties under Trump, analysts say Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. seek to smash any opposition that could weaken a united front against Iranian influence in the Middle East.
His greatest hope for today is for a united country.
Nor is Europe united in its approach to Trump: Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has cracked down on critics at home, has embraced the U.S. leader.
For the White House, the Vatican stop caps a tour through key sites of the world’s three major religions, following stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel, designed to promote tolerance and a united approach to terrorism.
But the Old World remains united in one thing, at least: its never-ending appeal to American television consumers.
How many opportunities have been missed for the hip hop and space community to become united?
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First Known Use of united
UNITED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of united for English Language Learners
: involving people or groups working together to achieve something
: made up of members who share the same purpose, interest, etc.
UNITED Defined for Kids
Definition of united for Students
1 : made one United States of America
2 : having the same goals, ideas, and principles The jury is united in its belief of her innocence.
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