dramatics

[ druh-mat-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF dramatics

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRAMATICS

There was no anger, no attempt at dramatics, in Hartnett's voice.

And she's given me the tip, with her dramatics up there on the platform, and the way they answered.

Just then Miss Williams, the dramatics instructor, hurried in.

Johnny told him in as few words as possible and with no dramatics at all, just how it was done.

Well—and now the question is, will you take the part of the Nurse or not in the dramatics?

I don't think she's ever felt just right about that evening of the dramatics, don't you know.

"Forget about the dramatics, General," said Cameron in disgust.

"I really don't see the use of all these dramatics," Bruce said coldly.

Now it was for settlement work, now for dramatics, now for dancing.

From dramatics he went to politics, special stories and feature work.

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