Origin and Etymology of tutti
First Known Use: circa 1724See Words from the same year
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More like tutti-frutti with nuts and cherries on top.
Horn calls peaked the enormous tutti crescendos, and Till approached his somber end with an insolent whistle from clarinet.
Chaffetz established himself long ago as the hacko di tutti hacki of congressional investigators, a curly-haired McCarran with absolutely no shame at all.
The Freedom Caucus—the nutzo di tutti nutzi—are the people in charge of domestic policy in this country now.
The blend of Beethoven snippets is kaleidoscopic, and with the two sonic planes — string quartet versus massive tutti — add to the dizzying effort of chasing the ever-changing focal points.
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