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unipersonal

Line breaks: uni|per¦son¦al
Pronunciation: /juːnɪˈpəːs(ə)n(ə)l
 
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Definition of unipersonal in English:

adjective

rare
Comprising or existing as one person only: during the war, Franco had laid the foundations of his unipersonal command
More example sentences
  • Her question marks the limitations of Charmichael's vision and critiques Proust's unipersonal narrative style.
  • The Great Depression with its accompanying economic crisis led to a civilian coup in the early 1930s, which returned the country to a unipersonal presidency.
  • The narrative structure used in the first two segments of ‘Time Passes’ alludes to Proust's unipersonal technique.

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