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u·nan·i·mous / yoōˈnanəməs/ • adj. (of two or more people) fully in agreement: the doctors were unanimous in their diagnoses. ∎  (of an opinion, decision, or vote) held or carried by everyone involved. DERIVATIVES: u·na·nim·i·ty / ˌyoōnəˈnimətē/ n.u·nan·i·mous·ly adv.

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unanimous XVII. f. L. ūnanimus, f. ūnus ONE + animus mind; see -OUS.
So unanimity XV. — (O)F. or L.

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unanimous

unanimous •Lammas • Cadmus • Las Palmas •chiasmus, Erasmus •Nostradamus •famous, ignoramus, Seamus, shamus •Polyphemus, Remus •grimace • Michaelmas •Christmas, isthmus •litmus •animus, equanimous, magnanimous, pusillanimous, unanimous •anonymous, eponymous, Hieronymus, pseudonymous, synonymous •Septimus •Mimas, primus, thymus, timeous •Thomas •enormous, ginormous •brumous, hummus, humous, humus, spumous, strumous •blasphemous •bigamous, polygamous, trigamous •endogamous, monogamous •calamus, hypothalamus, thalamus •venomous •autonomous, bonhomous, heteronomous •Pyramus •dichotomous, hippopotamus, trichotomous •Thermos

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