ensemble[ ahn-sahm-buhl, -sahmb; French ahn-sahn-bluh ]SEE DEFINITION OF ensemble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENSEMBLE
Only, there was an over-elaboration, so that the ensemble was flamboyant.
The ensemble, from this point, is one of a certain impressiveness.
There is a rehearsal called for the ensemble at—when is it, Rolie?
In its reality it is the ensemble of the conditions of society.
That the ensemble was businesslike and solid even my untrained eye could see.
Multiply these details ad libitum and you will get the ensemble.
He did not care in the least whom he talked to; it was the ensemble that interested him.
All this formed an ensemble which did not prepossess one in his favor.
Our personality is an ensemble of our ancestral characteristics.
Oh, come on, be a sport, he pleaded; I want to assemble my ensemble for Halloween.