unanimous

Unanimous vs Tally - What's the difference?

unanimous | tally |


As adjectives the difference between unanimous and tally

is that unanimous is based on unanimity, assent or agreement while tally is (label) used as a mild intensifier: very (almost exclusively used by the upper classes).

As an interjection tally is

target sighted.

As a noun tally is

originally, a piece of wood on which notches or scores were cut, as the marks of number;.

As a verb tally is

to count something.

As an adverb tally is

(obsolete) in a tall way; stoutly; with spirit.

Axiomatic vs Unanimous - What's the difference?

axiomatic | unanimous |


As adjectives the difference between axiomatic and unanimous

is that axiomatic is axiomatic while unanimous is based on unanimity, assent or agreement.

Unanimous vs United - What's the difference?

unanimous | united |


As an adjective unanimous

is based on unanimity, assent or agreement.

As a proper noun united is

(chiefly|british) any of many football teams formed by the amalgamation of smaller ones.

Voluntary vs Unanimous - What's the difference?

voluntary | unanimous |


As adjectives the difference between voluntary and unanimous

is that voluntary is done, given, or acting of one's own free will while unanimous is based on unanimity, assent or agreement.

As an adverb voluntary

is (obsolete) voluntarily.

As a noun voluntary

is (music) a short piece of music, often having improvisation, played on a solo instrument.

Unanimous vs Agree - What's the difference?

unanimous | agree |


As an adjective unanimous

is based on unanimity, assent or agreement.

As a verb agree is

.

Harmonious vs Unanimous - What's the difference?

harmonious | unanimous |


As adjectives the difference between harmonious and unanimous

is that harmonious is showing accord in feeling or action while unanimous is based on unanimity, assent or agreement.

Unanimous vs Overall - What's the difference?

unanimous | overall |


As adjectives the difference between unanimous and overall

is that unanimous is based on unanimity, assent or agreement while overall is all-encompassing, all around.

As an adverb overall is

generally; with everything considered.

As a noun overall is

(british) a garment worn over other clothing to protect it; a coverall or boiler suit a garment, for manual labor or for casual wear, often made of a single piece of fabric, with long legs and a bib upper, supported from the shoulders with straps, and having several large pockets and loops for carrying tools.

Unified vs Unanimous - What's the difference?

unified | unanimous |


As adjectives the difference between unified and unanimous

is that unified is united into a whole while unanimous is based on unanimity, assent or agreement.

As a verb unified

is (unify).

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