united

  • 21united — u|nit|ed W3 [ju:ˈnaıtıd] adj 1.) joined or closely connected by feelings, aims etc ▪ a united Europe ▪ The two countries were united against a common enemy. 2.) involving or done by everyone ▪ a united effort to clean up the environment 3.) used… …

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  • 22united — adjective 1) a united Germany Syn: unified, integrated, amalgamated, joined, merged; federal, confederate 2) a united response Syn: common, shared, joint, combined, communal …

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  • 23united — mal·united; united; un·united; …

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  • 24united*/ — [juːˈnaɪtɪd] adj 1) if people are united, they agree with each other Local people are united in their opposition to the site.[/ex] 2) joined together a united Germany[/ex] …

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  • 25United — Unite U*nite , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {United}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Uniting}.] [L. unitus, p. p. of unire to unite, from unus one. See {One}.] 1. To put together so as to make one; to join, as two or more constituents, to form a whole; to combine; to… …

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  • 26united — adjective Date: circa 1552 1. made one ; combined 2. relating to or produced by joint action < a united effort > 3. being in agreement ; harmonious < a united family > • unitedly adverb …

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  • 27united — adj. united in * * * [juː naɪtɪd] united in …

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  • 28United — noun /juːnaɪtɪd/ any of many football teams formed by the amalgamation of smaller ones Note: Often used locally without the first part of the name e.g. for Manchester United …

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  • 29united — u•nit•ed [[t]yuˈnaɪ tɪd[/t]] adj. 1) made into or caused to act as a single entity 2) formed or produced by the uniting of persons or things: a united effort[/ex] 3) agreed; in harmony • Etymology: 1545–55 u•nit′ed•ly, adv …

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  • 30united — unite ► VERB 1) come or bring together for a common purpose or to form a whole. 2) archaic join in marriage. DERIVATIVES united adjective unitive adjective. ORIGIN Latin unire join together , from unus one …

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  • 31united — adjective 1. characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity (Freq. 3) presented a united front • Ant: ↑divided • Similar to: ↑agreed, ↑in agreement, ↑allied, ↑ …

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  • 32united — adjective a) Joined into a single entity. b) Involving the joint activity of multiple agents …

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  • 33UNITED — Understanding Needs Of Individuals Through Education Of Diversity (Community » Educational) Using New Ideas To Encourage Democracy (Governmental » US Government) …

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  • 34united — Synonyms and related words: accompanying, accordant, agreeable, agreed, agreeing, akin, allied, amalgamated, amicable, assembled, assimilated, associate, associated, at one, at one with, attuned, banded together, blended, bound, bracketed,&#8230; …

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  • 35united — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. unified, leagued, combined, affiliated, federal, confederated, confederate, integrated, amalgamated, co operative, consolidated, concordant, concerted, congruent, associated, assembled, linked, banded, in partnership;&#8230; …

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  • 36united — u nit·ed || juː naɪtɪd adj. integrated, combined, joined u·nite || juː naɪt v. combine, integrate; join into one, make one …

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  • 37united — untied …

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  • 38united —    dead    You have joined, or rejoined, your Maker, or a spouse who has predeceased you. Monumental usage …

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  • 39united — /juˈnaɪtəd/ (say yooh nuytuhd) adjective 1. joined or brought together; combined. 2. of or produced by two or more persons, etc., in combination. 3. in agreement. 4. in association for a common purpose. 5. formed by the union of two or more&#8230; …

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  • 40united —   Hui pū ia, huihui, hui kahi, hui ia.   Also: ne epapa, papau, pūpūkahi, aukahi, wai kahi, ku ikahi, āpipi, puwalu; ho opili (as friends).   See saying, umauma …

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