Antonym: individual. Similar words: anniversary, university, vice versa, adversary, conversation, diverse, diversity, for sale. Meaning: [‚juːnɪ'vɜrsl /-'vɜːsl] n. 1. (linguistics) a grammatical rule (or other linguistic feature) that is found in all languages 2. (logic) a proposition that asserts something of all members of a class 3. a behavioral convention or pattern characteristic of all members of a particular culture or of all human beings 4. coupling that connects two rotating shafts allowing freedom of movement in all directions. adj. 1. of worldwide scope or applicability 2. applicable to or common to all members of a group or set 3. adapted to various purposes, sizes, forms, operations.
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1 All progress is based upon a universal innate desire on the part of every organism to live beyond its income. Samuel Butler
2 His speech met with universal applause.
3 Universal have agreed to pay ￡2.5 million for Grisham's next, as yet unwritten, novel.
4 Several writers have posited the idea of a universal consciousness.
5 Over the years her work has compelled universal admiration and trust.
6 Perhaps it is the almost universal use of flavourings that makes it so hard to tell the products apart.
7 Food, like sex,(www.Sentencedict.com) is a subject of almost universal interest.
8 Education should be a universal right and not a privilege.
9 Such problems are a universal feature of old age.
10 Her manner acquired her universal odium.
11 The play opened last week to universal acclaim.
12 When was universal suffrage introduced in your country?
13 Their proposal met with almost universal condemnation.
14 The play has attracted universal praise.
15 The shooting of the policeman has received universal condemnation.
16 His action had been greeted with almost universal disapproval.
17 His courage compels universal admiration.
18 Social development suggests universal exploration.
19 Shaking your head for 'No' is not universal.
20 Climate change is a universal problem.
21 He became an object of universal derision.
22 The dove is a universal symbol of peace.
23 Music has been called the universal language.
24 Agreement on this issue is almost universal.
25 The desire to look attractive is universal.
26 English is referred to as a universal language.
27 There is universal agreement on this issue.
28 These stories have universal appeal .
29 The insurance industry has produced its own proposals for universal health care.
30 Some of the teachers are technical specialists, but this is far from universal.
More similar words: anniversary, university, vice versa, adversary, conversation, diverse, diversity, for sale, dorsal, punitive, verse, oversee, ever so, versus, reverse, version, adverse, inverse, ever since, converse, aversion, oversight, adversity, persuasive, conversion, giver, river, liver, perspective, controversy.