of one mind


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of one mind

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.
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of one mind (about someone or something)

 and of a single mind (about someone or something)
in agreement about someone or something. You will have to attend one of the state universities. Your father and I are of a single mind about this.
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We were of one mind that this has really been the most active Congress yet, and of course you have to attribute that to the leadership.
A room filled with a hundred people "of one mind" is deeply implausible in itself and almost certainly a sign of intimidation.
How does one lead people through the challenge of corporate forgiveness when all members of a faction are not of one mind?
I think most people will be of one mind that the situation has to be reversed.
Quite different from each other in style, they stand reassuringly of one mind about the future of the repertoire.
* The Canadian Anglican church "is still in a process of discernment and is not at present of one mind" about matters of sexuality.
The Nez Perce Tribe owns 770,000 acres in north-central Idaho, continuing to live by the words of Chief Joseph: The earth and myself are of one mind. The Tribe takes pride in its efforts to employ environmentally responsible management practices on its more than 55,000 acres of commercial forestland.
Meanwhile, the bishops do not seem to be of one mind. Quebec bishops--contrary to the Magisterium--have already accommodated themselves to same-sex unions which became law in Quebec in 2002.
CATHOLICS IN THE UNITED STATES ARE CLEARLY NOT OF ONE mind on abortion, nor are they generally comfortable with the use of ecclesiastical authority to police the boundaries of the Catholic community.
DR ROBYN Lewis sees nothing startling in seeing Wales leaving the United Kingdom and solving all problems on our own ( Letters, January 24), but our Assembly has proved Wales is not of one mind, as daily arguments show.
While white Southerners were never of one mind about black education, they did agree that it should produce a compliant and efficient work force and never "over-educate." Such a view of black education was consistent with the guiding principle of Southern labor relations which, Litwack suggests, was for whites to make as much money out of blacks as possible at the least expense.
In the end, he does not offer us much in response to such questions beyond this invitation to listen to the deaf, which carries the implication not only that we accept the cultural authority of the deaf, which seems right, but also that the deaf are of one mind, which is difficult to believe.
If the diocese were truly of one mind about sexuality or any other issue on the General Synod agenda, surely a poll of delegates' views would not be needed, would it?
One of the most graceful New Testament letters is that of 1 Peter, and in a section where the author describes the quality of life in the Christian community, he includes this advice: "Finally, all of you, be of one mind, sympathetic, loving toward one another, compassionate, humble.
Like their older counterparts, they were not of one mind about homosexuality, but they spoke from their hearts, with passion and forthrightness.