oneness

[wuhn-nis]
noun
1.
the quality of being one; singleness.
3.
sameness; identity.
4.
unity of thought, feeling, belief, aim, etc.; agreement; concord.
5.
a strong feeling of closeness or affinity; union: He feels a oneness with God.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English onnesse; Old English ānnes; see one, -ness

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oneness (ˈwʌnnɪs)
 
n
1.  the state or quality of being one; singleness
2.  the state of being united; agreement
3.  uniqueness
4.  sameness

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oneness
1590s, from one + -ness. A re-formation of M.E. onnesse, which vanished by 13c.
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Example sentences
They tell us that the only road to joy is having a sense of oneness with others
  and acting out of that sense at all times.
All different types of people there with a spirit of oneness.
He was a chemist who valued a drug as a way to understand people s oneness with
  nature.
We are merely dropping our coarse bodies to rejoin the universal oneness.
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