dramatic

[ druh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF dramatic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRAMATIC

The circumstances were painful, but added a dramatic touch to the scene.

But his methods are not possessed in the main of dramatic respectability.

The drama was cultivated by the Incas, and dramatic performances were enacted before them.

The laws of the time gave no protection to musical and dramatic copyright.

As if in dramatic accord with his words, the bells jangled loudly at the gate.

This, in its dramatic possibilities, is not a yard to be despised.

Amelia had no idea of dramatic values, but she was playing an effective part.

This is a very modest narrative of fact, and we could not afford so dramatic a luxury as that.

The dramatic impulse, as well as all other impulses of our nature, are from the Maker.

Alas for the duty of straight-forwardness and dramatic unity!

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