noun, plural tut·tis.
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But even in the midst of his ungovernable rage, Tutti's voice reached him.Soap-Bubble Stories
I shall never feel any love for Croisenois, Caylus, and tutti quanti.The Red and the Black
What shall I say to you of the politics of M. Ollivier and tutti quanti?Letters to an Unknown
No. 1: that's an overture for tutti; say, 'The Caliph of Bagdad.'
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