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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

capable of causing unity or serving to unite; marked by or involving union

Usage examples (25)
  • I am neither condoning nor condemning world religions or the idea of unitive consciousness, carbon.
  • Note the emphasis laid upon it by Wordsworth, who indicates self-knowledge as the mark of those who have attained the "unitive" stage; see p. 66 above.
  • Dr. Griffiths said, that it seems likely the human brain is wired to undergo these "unitive" experiences, perhaps because of some evolutionary advantage.
  • But what if there is no unitive dimension to begin with? for more
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