dramatize[ dram-uh-tahyz, drah-muh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dramatize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRAMATIZE
Choose some one for each of the parts and dramatize the story.
Dramatize this lesson, and then draw a picture of the part you like the best.
Really to pasture on our recollections we ought to dramatize them.
Oh, that we had had but time to try even to dramatize it ourselves.
Arden, who was the most interesting writer of the three, was inclined to dramatize.
Because, well, because I think you are inclined to dramatize your moods, I said lightly.
Any author may reserve the right to translate or to dramatize his own work.
She did not even attempt to dramatize herself as the good angel.
How did it happen that she did not attempt to dramatize herself with Lindaberry?
But it is equally certain that Rucellai failed to dramatize it.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DRAMATIZE
- account for
- give a report
- give an account
- give verbal account
- hold forth
- reel off