dramatist

[ dram-uh-tist, drah-muh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dramatist

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRAMATIST

The first scene of the second act shows us how Shakespeare, the dramatist, worked.

From the beginning to the end of his career he was as much a lyric poet as a dramatist.

The play was the latest work of the Scandinavian dramatist, the actress was Glory Quayle.

These are the main outlines of Schnitzler's work as a dramatist.

It is not the artist's business (be he dramatist or other) to preach.

When they first were married, he was struggling to be a dramatist.

But the fault, I think, lies rather in the dramatist than in the actors.

"He sounds like an Elizabethan dramatist," Sherringham said.

A puzzle, in the usual meaning of the word, the Maid was to the dramatist.

The realization of this, by a dramatist, is what is called "stagecraft."

WORD ORIGIN

1670s, see drama (Greek stem dramat-) + -ist.

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