It was impossible to pick a fault in him, and yet the sum-total was displeasing.
(a) Rows of raw fact; (b) Principles, spiritual or sum-total facts.
She was not an Italian woman; Heaven be praised, she was English: so this was just pure gain to the sum-total of her graces.
A cook, a butler, and a valet were the sum-total of his retinue.
From it may come the man of profound learning who shall add something by his own wisdom to the sum-total of human knowledge.
That, at least, was the sum-total as it presented itself to him, and on which he framed his conclusions.
You should endeavour to reproduce the sum-total of the time which a musical thought occupies.
Consequently the sum-total that you ought to have in hand soon is—how much?
Even that is the sum-total of countless so-called personalities in the past.
That is to say, we may be respectable in one direction; but that does not make up the sum-total.