drama[ drah-muh, dram-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF drama
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRAMA
Her woman's intuition divined a sequel to the afternoon's drama.
(§ 11), likens Plautine drama to "an opera of the early schools."
I now come to a point in the drama which at once demands and defies explanation.
There is one astonishing instance of this towards the end of the drama.
"Hamlet" is a drama of pathetic weakness, strengthened by a drama of revenge and jealousy.
The drama was cultivated by the Incas, and dramatic performances were enacted before them.
Zegarra gives a useful vocabulary at the end of all the words which occur in the drama.
Of the antiquity of the drama of Ollantay there is now no question.
Why, there wasn't any drama in the world 'til Adam and Eve fell!
He utters them into the visible to work out their life—his drama.
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