noun, plural tut·tis.
Origin of tutti
Examples from the Web for tutti
Tutti held out the bean with a trembling hand, and as it dropped into the old bottle, little Tuttu gave a quiet sigh.
The oboes and bassoons lead a two-part canon in octave, while the clarinets and horns are used as tutti parts.Life Of Mozart, Vol. 3 (of 3)|Otto Jahn
In all these the basic principle is the contrasting of the tutti and solo sections, which sustain a kind of dialogue.Nicolo Paganini: His Life and Work|Stephen Samuel Stratton
As the setting sun streamed into the long room, Tutti crept in, holding Father Giacomo's hand; carrying the broken fiasco.
With a wide sweep of his baton he suddenly broke in upon the orchestra and demanded the tutti.The Genius|Margaret Horton Potter