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with one voice

Unanimously; in total agreement. Yes, the entire committee made that decision with one voice. The only way we'll convince our senators to change the laws is if we all stand together and speak with one voice.
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with one voice

Unanimously, in complete agreement, as in The board rejected the proposal with one voice. [Late 1300s] For synonyms, see as one; to a man.
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with ˌone ˈvoice

(of a group of people) in complete agreement: It’s very rare to find the unions and management speaking with one voice, but on the question of safety at work there is total agreement.
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with one voice

In complete agreement; unanimously.
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We must call on all Christian churches to speak to the world with one voice on addressing the threat of climate change.
In his remarks, the top Fed staffer--rightly or wrongly--left the impression that to improve communication with markets, he would prefer the entire voting membership of the FOMC speak with one voice.
Because of this realization, we made a conscious effort to reach out to a broad group of professional organizations involved with planning, design, engineering and architecture, so that we could find a way to speak with one voice.
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