- mise en place,
- mise en scene,
- mise en scène,
Origin of mise
Examples from the Web for mise
He completely disrupts not only the conception of architecture—but also the fabrication, the mise en oeuvre of architecture.
The mise en abyme of "Las Meninas" is dug a bit deeper thanks to Hannah, as he gets in the way of Velazquez.
The lighting, mise en scène, and “effects” are all embarrassingly bad to our oversensitized eyes.Geoff Dyer Takes on Andrei Tarkovsky’s Film ‘Stalker’ in ‘Zona’|Chris Wallace|February 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The noun compromise is accented like compromised, but mise must be pronounced mice.Conversation|Andrew P. Peabody
Mise en scne—The getting up or putting in preparation for the stage.
In 1873 he became stage manager at Weimar, where he gained great praise for his mise en scne of Goethe's Faust.
Then followed a set of fifteen operas of which the mise en scne and music had an amazing popularity in Germany.Handel|Romain Rolland
From time to time M. de Florac went back to the dancing-room, leaving his mise under Kew's charge.The Newcomes|William Makepeace Thackeray