en masse


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Idioms.
  • adv

Synonyms for en masse

all together

Synonyms

Synonyms for en masse

all together

References in periodicals archive ?
the members made a decision to submit their resignations en masse to the head of the commission and await his approval," it added.
If they do come en masse, many will fly to the UK and, if so, Cardiff Airport, among several other regional airports within the UK, will be a reception centre for flights diverted from major airports close to large centres of population, so that the public services at the large centres of population will not become overwhelmed by sheer weight of numbers.
In fact, en masse resignations around the UK would force the Government to have a rethink.
President Lee should apologize to the people for the corruption and irregularities of this administration and replace the irresponsible and incompetent Cabinet en masse,'' Han, chairwoman of the Democratic United Party, told a press conference.
Mobilises en masse, les citoyens sentent maintenant que leur voix compte dans ce "tournant decisif".
It may sound rather grim, but en masse is promising a rollicking, riveting afternoon's entertainment.
It is also common practice that voting for the premier is held at parliament right after the en masse resignation,'' the top government spokesman said.
All members are sworn in en masse by the speaker of the House when new Congresses are seated.
For example, in the event of a fire, a terrorist attack or an explosion, the doorman can advise residents individually, or en masse, by using an integrated announcement feature that can be directed to one apartment, several apartments or throughout the building.
RUGBY LEAGUE: Super League is set to be moved en masse to Cardiff's Millennium Stadium for a round of matches next season.
In this exhibit, reality itself becomes a module in a methodical process; it is not just enlarged or reduced, not just shown in reverse, but rather copied en masse, layered and folded into infinity.
Sherman's March to the Sea looks critically at sources that would vilify or sanctify Sherman's actions or personality beyond what the events of history say, and focuses upon what Sherman himself intended his wartime strategy to be: not a "total war" in which civilians are brutally slaughtered en masse, but rather extreme property, city, and supplies destruction designed to force the South to end the war as quickly as possible, therefore saving lives in the long run.
Yet even while oil prices soar, it's a far-fetched fantasy to think our country could return en masse to our horse-powered roots.
They're working to get 20,000 libertarians to move en masse to New Hampshire, with the intention of further minimizing government in the Granite State.
If there is a moment that captures the resonance of our accomplishments in 2004 with our magazine and in black publishing, it is the sound of the African drums accompanying the procession of exhibitors as we marched en masse for the first time to the African American Publisher's Pavilion at BookExpo of America in Chicago back in June.