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    #1

    unity

    'united' is combined into a single entity, that is having been a number of separate entities once.

    'whole' is complete, that is not divided but in a way still dividable.

    'unity' is just the quality of being one with no connotations of having any parts.

    Is there an adjective representing the same quality of just being one?

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    #2

    Re: unity

    Unique?

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    #3

    Re: unity

    Not a teacher

    together as one

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    #4

    Re: unity

    Quote Originally Posted by tedmc View Post
    Not a teacher

    together as one
    The OP asked for an adjective.

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    #5

    Re: unity

    Quote Originally Posted by Fagin View Post
    'United' is combined into a single entity, that is having been a number of separate entities once.

    'Whole' is complete, that is not divided but in a way still dividable.

    'Unity' is just the quality of being one with no connotations of having any parts.

    Is there an adjective representing the same quality of just being one?
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