dramatization

[ dram-uh-tuh-zey-shuh n, drah-muh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dramatization

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His gift of dramatization had been exercised too long to be discarded now.

She had no idea, no dramatization in her mind, of what awaited her or of what she intended to do.

With twenty-nine leading characters the dramatization can be well staged.

But dramatization will do more than anything else for the interpreting of the stories and the characters.

I should imagine that the dramatization of a novel killed its sale.

But his dramatization of himself did not indicate that he was not in earnest.

In the chapter on "Ideals of the Quakers," I have dwelt upon their dramatization of life.

The right of dramatization or translation must be exercised within ten years or it will lapse.

The dramatization of every thought and every problem follows the line of least effort.

This story too lends itself to dramatization by the children.

WORD ORIGIN

1796, from dramatize + -ation.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DRAMATIZATION

drama

nountheatrical piece; acting
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