The choir sang in unison during the outstanding performance. From LearnThat.org.
Marching in unison. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Singing in unison. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
The two spoke in unison. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
#373 patrick5-the thought of their drool hitting their keyboards in unison is rather an entertaining one. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Palin aide refuses to criticize Limbaugh by name when calling his ‘retard’ comments ‘crude and demeaning.’] Reference
And the other six members said in unison, "You did!". From Wordnik.com. [GUEST POST: Jennifer Brissett Weighs in on the Writer Pay Rate Flap] Reference
The eleven teenagers surrounding her reply in unison. From Wordnik.com. [Kate Quarfordt: When Kids Own Education] Reference
And the Roman fans screamed in unison outside the Pantheon. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Beck Touts Conspiracy Theory That Obama Is Buying Health Care Vote By Selling Judgeship] Reference
They all turn to look in unison when I walk in the front door. From Wordnik.com. [DONUTS OF THE LIVING DEAD • by Aaron Polson] Reference
To conclude the service everyone read in unison The FEPOW Prayer. From Wordnik.com. [Never Forgotten Newsletter] Reference
I felt like in unison that group was not performing really well. ''. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com] Reference
'' Everyone in unison said the Knicks in the Garden, '' Miller said. From Wordnik.com. [USA TODAY Latest news] Reference
Today, he deserves to curl up with his boy and fart-n-nap in unison!. From Wordnik.com. [If today were Charlie’s Birthday « Bodhicitta] Reference
Why did the hillsides — 18,000 of them — suddenly fail in unison?. From Wordnik.com. [The Liquid Earth] Reference
The grim and silent figures swayed in unison with each heave of the ship. From Wordnik.com. [The "Francis Spaight"] Reference
Everything must work in unison to create a satisfying reading experience. From Wordnik.com. [notes from the peanut gallery] Reference
Holding hands, the team joined him in unison to recite The Lord's Prayer. From Wordnik.com. [After victory, Dungy and Colts pray before they party] Reference
The crowd chants in unison as the wave circles the stadium again and again. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Will Sarah Palin call on Rush Limbaugh to apologize for saying liberal activists are ‘retards’?] Reference
The crowd rose in unison, and a collective roar echoed through the ballpark. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com - Bonds ties McGwire with 70th homer] Reference
We hate doing things in unison, such as answering yes or no at the same time. From Wordnik.com. [Excerpt: The Girls by Lori Lansens] Reference
As home equity and card limits rose in unison, consumers overextended themselves. From Wordnik.com. [How rising home values, easy credit put your finances at risk] Reference
There's a shot when, in unison, hands are raised toward the sky, fingers pointing. From Wordnik.com. [How to Make a Superman Movie] Reference
External nature shall be so renovated as to be in unison with the moral renovation. From Wordnik.com. [Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible] Reference
Just before coming back on air from the commercial, the crew counted down in unison. From Wordnik.com. [The Hardest Job in Football] Reference
Online, bloggers are in unison saying that the debate was a full blown disappointment. From Wordnik.com. [Global Voices in English » Indonesia: Disappointing Election Debate] Reference
Huddles break across the country every spring with players in unison chanting, "Omaha.". From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com - East Carolina coach faces Lou Gehrig's disease] Reference
By making the statement in unison, that would change, overnight, the political balance. From Wordnik.com. [Boing Boing: November 16, 2003 - November 22, 2003 Archives] Reference
'And Chicago,' I added, joined by another effects person who spoke with me in unison. From Wordnik.com. [GreenCine Daily: Sundance. Chicago 10.] Reference
Quickly the others joined in, while Mr Ross and the boys sang in unison the English words. From Wordnik.com. [Winter Adventures of Three Boys] Reference
Reader comment: Los Angeles Food Not Bombs says (no really, all of them at once, in unison). From Wordnik.com. [- Boing Boing] Reference
Subsequently, we could agree in unison that this is a matter of like, dislike and intolerance. From Wordnik.com. [Global Voices in English » South Africa: To vuvuzela or not to vuvuzela?] Reference
Except first, all these 50 - and 60 - and 70-something guys chanted in unison: Hooray for Sam!. From Wordnik.com. [The Redskins homecoming weekend] Reference
The boat fell silent and rocked in unison with the waves in the water as it approached the rocks. From Wordnik.com. [Melanie Nayer: A Walk in the Woods: Girl Meets Grizzly in British Columbia (SLIDESHOW)] Reference
How did you ever constuct him? they babble in unison like undergraduates at a college for cretins. From Wordnik.com. [Will You Go See Avatar?] Reference
Four words I had never considered working in unison before, taken from one of the amateur boards I visit. From Wordnik.com. [You Got Your Peanut Butter In My, Um... Sauerkraut] Reference
Americans Derek Miles and Stevenson, joined by Gibilisco, clapped in unison in support of Mack's final try. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com - Mack sets Olympic record in 1-2 U.S. finish] Reference
For a time White Fang growled in unison with him, a correspondence of rhythm being established between growl and voice. From Wordnik.com. [The Love-Master] Reference
At a wave of his hand, the many poised stones came down in unison on the white meat, and all voices were uplifted in the. From Wordnik.com. [Chapter 8] Reference
The players then stopped, linked hands and raised their arms in unison to thank the thousands of flag-waving spectators. From Wordnik.com. [USATODAY.com - Klose seizes World Cup scoring lead as Germany vaults past Ecuador] Reference
And all the men swayed in unison to the rolls, their hands in mittens, their feet in sack-wrapped sea-boots, their faces worn and sick. From Wordnik.com. [Chapter 40] Reference
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