Good fortune continued to shine on us in casting the rest of the ensemble.
They wanted an ensemble cast rather than a show driven by a few stars.
The book is saved—indeed it soars—when the ensemble cast is at the controls.
Charles Gasparino is CNBC's on-air editor and appears as a daily member of CNBC's ensemble.
In an interview, Firth had on a very George-like ensemble: black suit and crisp, white shirt that was open at the collar.
Our personality is an ensemble of our ancestral characteristics.
Multiply these details ad libitum and you will get the ensemble.
And such a violinist as the one mentioned, in spite of his tone and technic, was never meant for an ensemble player.
He did not care in the least whom he talked to; it was the ensemble that interested him.
Considered in their ensemble, the several groups of evidences assigned amount almost to proof.
mid-15c., as an adverb, "together, at the same time," from Middle French ensemblée "all the parts of a thing considered together," from Late Latin insimul "at the same time," from in- intensive prefix + simul "at the same time," related to similis (see similar). The noun is from 1703, "parts of a thing taken together;" musical sense in English first attested 1844. Of women's dress and accessories, from 1927.