Serving to unite; tending to promote unity.(adjective)
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Use "unitive" in a sentence
"Catholic doctrine already upholds the sanctity of non-procreative, or what it calls "unitive" love in heterosexual marriage."
"The peak experience is one instance of transcendental states of consciousness being variously described as unitive consciousness, universal awareness, cosmic consciousness, ground of being, or spiritual consciousness Lajoie and Shapiro, J."
"I am neither condoning nor condemning world religions or the idea of unitive consciousness, carbon."