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sing from the same hymnbook

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sing from the same hymnbook

  1. (idiomatic, of two or more people) To make the same or similar statements, especially to express the same opinions in public as a result of a prior agreement.
    • 2002, Michael Wallace, "Greenspan Puts on a Happier Face," BusinessWeek, 25 Jan. (retrieved 12 Jan. 2009):
      Still, he mostly sang from the same hymnbook as the Bush Administration, saying fundamental fiscal trends are favorable.

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