en masse

[ ahn mas, en; French ahn mas ]SEE DEFINITION OF en masse

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I dodge discrimination, and characterize them en masse by negations.

I save time by thinking, if you can call it thinking, en masse—in generalities.

There was a roar of protest from the Club members, en masse.

You are supposed to have escaped, en masse, from your keepers.

From ancient times men have been considered, not as individuals, but en masse.

The guests accompanied him en masse to his hotel, and cheered again and again.

But the Sussees, far south as they lie, are only the most southern Athabaskans en masse.

The stile was an old and very solid one, and had come down on him en masse.

As she left the Paddock and entered the course, the people rose to her en masse.

His life has solved it for me ever since I was able to regard it en masse.

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