Synonyms for Unanimous:

adj.

all (adjective)
solid.
in agreement; uncontested (adjective)
combined, popular, public, accepted, accordant, concerted, solid, concordant, communal, consentient, assenting, concurrent, homogeneous, agreed, shared, undivided, collective, harmonious, unified, common, with one voice, unquestioned, consonant, of one mind, universal, single, consensual, as one, consistent, undisputed.
solid (adjective)
consentient.
united (adjective)
common, harmonious, uncontested, public, consensual, homogeneous, concordant, of one accord, concerted, collective, undisputed, agreed, of a piece, combined, with one voice, universal, accepted, undivided, consistent, unified, concurrent, assenting, consonant, unquestioned, communal, single, popular, shared.

n.

broad, contractual, binding, be understood, qualified, broadly, renewable. mixed, factional, tribal, diverse, as one, multicultural, At one, with one voice, from all walks of life, close-knit, agree. unanimous (noun)
consentaneous, of one mind, accordant, unvaried, solid, consentient, undiversified.

v.

unified (verb)
undivided.

Other synonyms:

factional, tribal, renewable, uncontested, multicultural, contractual, consensual, close-knit. broadly, diverse, mixed, binding, qualified. agreed. concurrent, public, broad. Other relevant words:
binding, of one accord, broad, combined, contractual, At one, popular, communal, undivided, undisputed, concordant, agreed, consonant, shared, concerted, consistent, collective, unified, single, multicultural, accepted, uncontested, tribal, harmonious, consensual, of a piece, assenting, with one voice, homogeneous, concurrent, factional, universal, as one, unquestioned, public, common.

Usage examples for unanimous

  1. This sense has been declared, as we understand on good information, by the unanimous voice of all their Assemblies: each Assembly also, on this point, is perfectly unanimous within itself. – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VI. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  2. Bohetzad could not resist the unanimous voice of so many counsellors. – Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers by Various
  3. It is quite evident that a unanimous vote cannot be counted a test vote. – Story of the Session of the California Legislature of 1909 by Franklin Hichborn