Consensus [noun]

Definition of Consensus:

general agreement

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Sentence/Example of Consensus:

“The intelligence community consensus is that Russia continues to try to influence our elections,” Wray said.

Step one was trying to form consensus, and step two was tbd.

There’s a broad consensus among bond investors that if rates on longer-term government debt start to creep up, as they’ve occasionally threatened to, then the Fed can and will step in.

The overwhelming consensus of the scientific community was to call into question the credibility of the president’s statement.

At the same time, he added, “There’s already a sort of consensus developing that if any country develops a vaccine, of course they’ll keep a higher proportion for within their country.”

As president of the Mission Beach Town Council, I’ve had first-hand experience trying to find consensus on this issue, and what I’ve found is that the best path forward rests somewhere in the middle.

I hope these influential organizations will reach a consensus on this issue.

There is a consensus among some engineers that the answer will lie with some form of electrically powered vehicle.

To illustrate, Wall Street’s current consensus for Apple’s fiscal 2020 sales ending this September is just 3% higher than its revenue two years ago.

It follows advice issued Friday by the country’s High Council of Public Health, which was reacting to the increasing scientific consensus that the novel coronavirus is spread through the air.