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as one man

1. In unison. The dancers moved as one man across the stage.
2. Unanimously. The committee reached that decision as one man.
See also: man, one

as one man

1. In complete agreement; unanimously.
2. With no exception: They objected as one man.
See also: man, one

as one man

Unanimously, together. The term appears in the King James Version of the Book of Judges (20:8): “And all the people arose as one man.” More recently John R. Green used it in A Short History of the English People (1876): “Spain rose as one man against the stranger.”
See also: man, one