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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishonenessone‧ness /ˈwʌnnəs/ noun [uncountable]  a peaceful feeling of being part of a wholeoneness with a sense of oneness with nature
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onenessI feel an extremely intimate oneness with the universe and all physical aspects vanish...It was a mob of 20,000 united into oneness.And there can be no oneness without trust.This is the financial expression of oneness.She had forgotten what she was in their isolated milieu of oneness.When a conquest is made, the oneness of the individual is often superseded by a state of oneness in the partnership.For Abbott, it was not the oneness found in shared religious exuberance that one should hope for.oneness withoneness with nature
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