histrionics

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HISTRIONICS

Her one art was histrionics of the kind that made an individual appeal.

Edward put off his histrionics, and rushed up to her as the consoler—a new part for him.

He would wish to know what it was supposed to be, like Nash's histrionics.

It was a feint, she thought, histrionics for the gallery, perhaps for her.

In Oratorio we have the same thing without the scenery and the histrionics.

It is an incident like this which proves that histrionics is no theatrical monopoly.

Likewise, Tartarin and the people of Tarascon were deceived by their own histrionics.

The reason of our being is to amuse the high gods with our histrionics.

Mary continued without giving much attention to these histrionics.

Then, realizing that these histrionics would be somewhat marred by a pink negligée, she struggled into her dinner dress.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HISTRIONICS

theatre

nounbusiness of plays
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