en masse

ADVERB
  1. all together
    the students turned out en masse
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How To Use en masse In A Sentence

  • And the first ranks have been followed by what one might almost call a levée en masse of those that remained. England's Effort: Letters to an American Friend
  • When the ship fired its polaron beam at one mine, others within that defensive sphere reacted to the threat, homing in on the source of the beam and attacking it en masse. Creative Couplings
  • In the West, his reserve with men had been labelled taciturnity or swollen-headeduess, which did not fit the case at all; whilst, in spite of his perfect manner towards them, his indifference to woman _en masse_ or in the individual was supreme and sincere. The Hawk of Egypt
  • The only time that students in my class were reprimanded en masse for plagiarism, they had copied literatim large chunks of the introduction to the textbook used in class! WSJIDEBATE: Are Students Too Reliant on the Internet for Research?
  • They suddenly turn up en masse and stand in the sea talking to each other. Times, Sunday Times
  • The British were engaged, and routed, and then defeated en masse at an unnamed river normally identified as the Thames.
  • Of the lumpen masses, 1.5 million died in concentration camps and 1.3 million in the war against the outside world.
  • Theatre audiences might be asked to vote at the end of the play, or march en masse on the local town hall. The Times Literary Supplement
  • It is also clear that it would be inhuman, impractical and ruinous for the economy to require them to leave en masse. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rest can only hide in their holes, or like lemmings rush to disaster en masse.
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