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adverb as in at the same time

noun as in clothing outfit

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Corea extended that freedom of expression into his own musical ensembles.

Without the ensembles, that left the IHME model, with its single perspective and other problems, as the most appealing strategic resource available to many decision-makers.

The wool-and-tweed ensemble is a sleek, fitted look, complete with blue leather gloves and a mask of the same material.

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When a Weddell seal, native to Antarctica, plummets 400 meters beneath the ice on one of its hour-long dives, an ensemble of adaptations come together to keep it alive.

The rest of the cast is made up of less familiar faces, but they form a solid ensemble that’s every bit as capable as the stars they support.

While Malkovich was an ensemble member of the Steppenwolf Theater Company, Miller was enlisted to photograph the cast.

The 18-year-old strutted down the runway Monday in an edgy, off-the-shoulder, red-and-black tweed ensemble accented with feathers.

And Olivia Palermo weds in three-piece Carolina Herrera ensemble.

Fortunately for Williams, he “fell in love with the ensemble immediately.”

It is often compared to the Wars of the Roses and its ensemble cast of villains, bunglers, and occasional heroes.

The general ensemble of war-paint and spotted ponies was enough for me; I didn't need to be told that it was my move.

Although none of the singers were remarkable, yet no individual artist marred the ensemble.

The page, the people, the pilgrim, and the astrologer again sing in a sort of operatic ensemble their various emotions.

With not a tithe of the beauty of half the girls present, her tout ensemble was striking and attractive.

The early attempts contained few ensemble pieces, no choruses, and no complex finales.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ensemble, such as: altogether, all at once, as a body, as a group, as a whole, and as one.

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