tout ensemble

  1. a total impression or effect of something made up of individual parts
  2. an assemblage of parts or details (as in a work of art) considered as forming a whole
  1. with everything considered (and neglecting details)
    altogether, I'm sorry it happened
    all in all, it's not so bad
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How To Use tout ensemble In A Sentence

  • With the result that the tout ensemble is looking unusually tidy – not that that makes much difference to the vegetables. Jean's Knitting
  • Prennez de ceste mesme paste pour vne liure pesante, prennez quatre onces de beurre fondu, quatre onces de succre en pouldre, et battez le bien tout ensemble, et prennez du papier qui soit bien engrassé de beurre, puis auec vne lousse prennez la paste, mettez la sur le papier comme petit pain, et succre par dessus, et le mettez cuire dedans le four, et semez quatre ou cinque en vn plat. Savoring The Past
  • A little past the grotto is another small piece of water, springing from the centre of which is a rockery tastefully covered with ferns, and forming the pedestal to two statues of children, a boy and girl, the boy holding an umbrella over the girl's head; the trees around cover them with a deep shadow, and the tout ensemble is very pretty and shows great taste. Three Months in the Soudan
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