the sum of all other totals; the final amount
My first paid writing gig paid me a grand total of three packs of cigarettes.
The grand total of those apprehended or held responsible to date has been zero.
His Spanish-language Twitter feed has a grand total of 69 followers.
By contrast, we convicted via military tribunal up through 2011 a grand total of seven defendants.
Perhaps she can be forgiven for this since she freely admits to a grand total of three sex partners, Bernie being her third.
The loss, as long as they held their positions, was comparatively slight; but the grand total mounted up, during the retreat.
The equipment, in other words, reached the grand total of 106 lamps.
The grand total is a possible 300 large hoofed and horned animals representing 44 species!
Was he a better man in the composite, in the grand total of manhood?
But that made a grand total of some thirty-five thousand people.