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  • In harmony or unity.
  • In agreement, unanimous, of the same opinion.
  • Into a state of harmony, friendship or reconciliation.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Thus, for example, a family called Wedel had so many branches that in the sixteenth century it could at one time reckon on two hundred men among its own members capable of bearing arms.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • There were only fifteen 50,000-watt clear channel stations in America at the time and to work at one was the biggest thing in radio.

    An American Life

  • A pit boss approached him at one point and said, Congratulations, Mr. Ungar.

    One of a Kind

  • His great-aunt Julia must have been a schoolteacher at one time; one picture showed her with a gaggle of pupils—all bare knees, freckles, and ears—outside Carrick National School.

    FALSE MERMAID

  • The Golden Eagles, an elite association of naval aviation pioneers limited to 200 active members, at one time counted five men from VF-51 Armstrong, Beauchamp, Hayward, Mackey, and Moore, perhaps the most ever from any one squadron.

    First Man

  • Just take a peek at one small community zip code 37055 along Eno Road in Dickson County, Tennessee.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • We all sat at one very long table set with white-and-gold china and crystal glasses.

    Paradise Lost

  • On this point modern Idealism is at one with Pragmatism or Humanism, which also insist that reality must be regarded epistemologically as raw material, wholly propertyless and wholly indeterminate.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • I bring a bottle of champagne made in Novy Svet, at one of the only two champagne-producing vineyards in the country.

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • She had done so much for me—offered me an apartment, representation at one of the best agencies in town, a semisane adult to talk to when my mom went off the deep end—and what had I done for her?

    The 310: Boy Trouble

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