To make into or become a unit; consolidate.(verb-transitive)
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Use "unify" in a sentence
"The only way this party will unify is if it is a Clinton/Obama or Obama/Clinton ticket ... otherwise we are done for ... it will be 4 more years of BUSH ..."
"Everyone knows what Ratzinger means by "unify" -- he means place all Christians under the thumb of Rome."
"For the conspiratorialist, the obvious and central characteristic of Obama's personality -- the move to unify, which is inherent in his speech, actions and development, is -- as is so often the case in this style -- evidence of its opposite."