unite

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  • She eventually unites them, and makes her own marriage in her own social class.
  • She forces him to come home, and he finally re-unites with their mother.
  • And should we not meet again, the memory of these days will still unite us.
  • The exchange of men or women therefore served as a uniting force between groups.
  • The rest of the story is all about how fate unites them again.
  • Field shows generally include three to five songs with a uniting theme.
  • From this power base, he later went on to unite almost all of Wales.
  • Science unites men even more closely by its spirit than by its achievement. Cited from The Unity of Civilization, by Various, Ed. by F.S. Marvin
  • It unites people and gives them a cause to believe in and fight for.
  • At the same time they announced their desire to formally unite the two churches.
  • The new government aimed to unite all Italian lands into a single state.
  • The taste for a garden is the one common feeling that unites us all. Cited from Flowers and Flower-Gardens, by David Lester Richardson
  • But in China there is no class which unites all these features. Cited from Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3 (of 3), by Eliot
  • The result of this fear forced people to unite to fight dangers together rather than fight alone.
  • On his travel he unites with a friend from another time.
  • She unites those that are so devoted to her with every kind of happiness. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4
  • His dream of uniting the Spanish American nations under one central government was almost achieved.
  • The government formed various civil society groups to unite the populace in support of government programs.
  • Love unites them all, as they swell their songs, and take their flight. Cited from The Child at Home, by John S.C. Abbott
  • Unite your total strength, to be devoted to construction for the future.
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Meaning of unite

  • verb Act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
  • verb Have or possess in combination
    she unites charm with a good business sense
  • verb Bring together for a common purpose or action or ideology or in a shared situation
    the Democratic Patry platform united several splinter groups
  • verb Join or combine
    We merged our resources