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unite against someone or something

to join against someone or something. We will unite against the opposing forces. We must unite against the incumbent legislators.
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unite for something

to join together for some purpose. All the forces united for the attack. We will unite for a great party.
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unite in something

to come together in something. Let us unite in our efforts. We will unite in song.
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unite someone against someone or something

to cause people to join together against someone or something. The mayor united his staff against the federal investigators. Ted united us against John. They united themselves against the enemy.
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unite someone in something

to join two or more people in something, usually marriage. The preacher united the couple in matrimony. A judge united them in marriage.
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unite someone or something into something

to form something by merging people together; to form something by merging things together. Let us unite the party into a powerful political force. We will unite ourselves into a powerful force.
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unite someone or something (together)

to join people or groups of people together. They united all the workers together for the strike. The event united together the people who cared about the quality of life.

unite someone or something with someone or something

to join people or things, in any combination. We united Tom with his brother Arnold during the evening. We united our committee with the president in an effort to expand our influence.
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unite with someone

to join with someone; to go or come together with someone. I was pleased to unite with my family for the holidays. The brothers united with their sister after many years of separation.
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unite with

To have or demonstrate something in combination with something else: The new government initiative unites common sense with vision.
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References in classic literature ?
The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States are parts of one consistent whole, founded upon one and the same theory of government, then new in practice, though not as a theory, for it had been working itself into the mind of man for many ages, and had been especially expounded in the writings of Locke, though it had never before been adopted by a great nation in practice.
Neither your time, nor perhaps the cheerful nature of this occasion, permit me here to enter upon the examination of this anti-revolutionary theory, which arrays State sovereignty against the constituent sovereignty of the people, and distorts the Constitution of the United States into a league of friendship between confederate corporations.
When the jealous and niggardly policy of their British sovereign denied them even that humblest of requests, and instead of liberty would barely consent to promise connivance, neither he nor they might be aware that they were laying the foundations of a power, and that he was sowing the seeds of a spirit, which, in less than two hundred years, would stagger the throne of his descendants, and shake his united kingdoms to the centre.
The treaty in question provided, likewise, that the military posts occupied by the British within the territorial limits of the United States, should be surrendered.
Astor became proprietor of one half of the Indian establishments and goods which the Mackinaw Company had within the territory of the Indian country in the United States, and it was understood that the whole was to be surrendered into his hands at the expiration of five years, on condition that the American Company would not trade within the British dominions.
Unluckily, the war which broke out in 1812 between Great Britain and the United States suspended the association; and, after the war, it was entirely dissolved; Congress having passed a law prohibiting the British fur traders from prosecuting their enterprises within the territories of the United States.
The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators from each State, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six Years; and each Senator shall have one Vote.
No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty Years, and been nine Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State for which he shall be chosen.
Sooner or later, they must, by divine law, find each other again and become united spirits once more.
No human language can tell my happiness while we lived united here.
In the United States to-day there are fifteen million* people living in poverty; and by poverty is meant that condition in life in which, through lack of food and adequate shelter, the mere standard of working efficiency cannot be maintained.
Robert Hunter, in 1906, in a book entitled "Poverty," pointed out that at that time there were ten millions in the United States living in poverty.
a country, in fine, which voluntarily annexed itself to the United States of America
The now temperate regions of the United States would likewise be covered by arctic plants and animals, and these would be nearly the same with those of Europe; for the present circumpolar inhabitants, which we suppose to have everywhere travelled southward, are remarkably uniform round the world.
Thus we can understand the identity of many plants at points so immensely remote as on the mountains of the United States and of Europe.
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