unanimous

[yoo-nan-uh-muhs]
adjective
1.
of one mind; in complete agreement; agreed.
2.
characterized by or showing complete agreement: a unanimous vote.

Origin:
1615–25; < Latin ūnanim(us) (ūn(us) one + animus mind, heart, feeling) + -ous

unanimously, adverb
unanimousness, noun
nonunanimous, adjective
nonunanimously, adverb
nonunanimousness, noun
quasi-unanimous, adjective
quasi-unanimously, adverb

anomalous, anonymous, euonymus, unanimous.
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unanimous (juːˈnænɪməs)
 
adj
1.  in complete or absolute agreement
2.  characterized by complete agreement: a unanimous decision
 
[C17: from Latin ūnanimus from ūnus one + animus mind]
 
u'nanimously
 
adv
 
unanimity
 
n
 
u'nanimousness
 
n

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unanimous
1610s, from L. unanimus "of one mind," from unus "one" (see one) + animus "mind" (see animus). Related: Unanimously.
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Example sentences
But on one matter there is near unanimous agreement across the kingdom.
They were lightweight and did the job, though the vote was unanimous in regard
  to taste.
The responses of the systems administrators were unanimous: forget it.
Reviewers were almost unanimous in their ridicule of the concert and its
  composer.
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