- all together.
- the assemblage of parts or details, as in a work of art, considered as forming a whole; the ensemble.
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Examples from the Web for tout ensemble
Altogether, his tout-ensemble was what the Captain styled “more ship-shape.”Rivers of Ice
The tout-ensemble is smart, weird, pleasing and eminently suitable for a Drury Lane pantomime.Life and sport in China
Oliver G. Ready
The western front of the cathedral, represented in plate fifty-one, offers a tout-ensemble of the most imposing character.Architectural Antiquities of Normandy
John Sell Cotman
- everything considered; all in all
- the total impression or effect
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