Ensemble [adverb]

Definition of Ensemble:

at the same time

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Sentence/Example of Ensemble:

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.

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.

The ensemble members are at the heights of their powers here, delivering gut-punching performances that linger long after the credits roll.

He compares the work to an album with intros, outros and singles performed by an ensemble of seven actors.

The Lakers feature a traditional superstar duo in LeBron and Anthony Davis, while the Heat have assembled a deep ensemble to support Jimmy Butler.

The final, aggregated probability is then added to our ensemble model.

We then combine these three estimates to create an ensemble forecast for each state.