be of one mind


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be of one mind

To be in agreement. The two parties are rarely of one mind when it comes to tax reform, but this bill looks like it has garnered some early bipartisan support.
See also: mind, of, one

be of one/the same ˈmind (about/on somebody/something)

have the same opinion about somebody/something: Doctors are of one mind about the dangers of smoking.I am afraid that he and I are not of the same mind.
See also: mind, of, one, same

be of one mind

To be in agreement about something.
See also: mind, of, one