Antonyms for mise

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The consequences were not dreadful, but the mise en scène was all that could have been desired.

It turns up, and he receives thirty-five times the amount of his mise.

She was not, however, exactly the kind of figure for this mise en scne.

He took it coldly, seeing that she had tried to deceive him with a mise en scne.

The creature never moved, and the mise en scene was beautiful.

But they did not hesitate to declare that they must repudiate the mise.

Peace was made, and a treaty—the Mise of Lewes—drawn up and signed.

In the contour and the mise en scene of the Will J. Davis vest.

One distinct dramatic advantage was gained by the mise en scène.

Their dress was perfectly in the English fashion; and, in general, there was something not un-English in their mise and tournure.

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