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See definition of operatic on Dictionary.com
  • as inlyrical
  • as inmusical
  • as intheatrical
  • as invocal
  • as inorchestral
  • as insonant

synonyms for operatic

  • choral
  • emotional
  • expressive
  • lilting
  • melodic
  • passionate
  • rhapsodic
  • rhythmic
  • soulful
  • agreeable
  • blending
  • chiming
  • dulcet
  • euphonious
  • harmonious
  • melodious
  • orchestral
  • pleasing
  • poetic
  • songful
  • songlike
  • sweet-sounding
  • symphonic
  • symphonious
  • tuneful
  • rhythmic
  • melodic
  • symphonic
  • vocal
  • sweet
  • consonant
  • pleasing
  • melodious
  • agreeable
  • dulcet
  • euphonious
  • harmonious
  • mellow
  • orchestral
  • tuneful
  • symphonious
  • choral
  • blending
  • chiming
  • lilting
  • silvery
  • songful
  • sweet-sounding
  • tuned
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How to use operatic in a sentence

Annette is an operatic tragedy written in big loops, as well as in some very repetitive songs.
ANNETTE IS GORGEOUS TO LOOK AT BUT ALL THE WRONG KINDS OF WEIRDSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKAUGUST 6, 2021TIME
The operatic show was her first public performance, and she wore a golden mask in keeping with the flavor of the performance — à la Phantom of the Opera.
THE PIANO IS HER WEAPON OF CHANGE IN SAUDI ARABIACHARU KASTURIAPRIL 30, 2021OZY
He’s a very over the top character, so when you write him, you always put restraint into your voice so he doesn’t come across as too operatic and mustache twirling.
HERE’S WHY THE NEW ‘MORTAL KOMBAT’ MOVIE STARS A NEW, ORIGINAL LEAD CHARACTERGENE PARKAPRIL 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Roberts also happens to be a trained operatic tenor who sits on the orchestra’s board of directors.
SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT: SHINGLE MOUNTAIN, A GIANT PILE OF POLLUTION, FINALLY GONEDARRYL FEARSFEBRUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Russell’s high-pitched vocals have a dipsy-doodle operatic quality, and he’s cute enough for the pages of Tiger Beat.
THE SPARKS BROTHERS, A SUNDANCE DELIGHT, TELLS THE GRAND STORY OF THIS ENDURINGLY ENIGMATIC ART-POP DUOSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKFEBRUARY 3, 2021TIME
The page, the people, the pilgrim, and the astrologer again sing in a sort of operatic ensemble their various emotions.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
"Oh, that only shows you can't interpret operatic music," Rob replied, with a derisive grin.
A FORTUNE HUNTER; OR, THE OLD STONE CORRALJOHN DUNLOE CARTERET
The operatic repertoire at that date consisted mostly of works by Bellini, Donizetti, and Mercadante.
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL REMINISCENCES WITH FAMILY LETTERS AND NOTES ON MUSICCHARLES GOUNOD
There is only one road for a composer who desires to make a real name—the operatic stage.
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL REMINISCENCES WITH FAMILY LETTERS AND NOTES ON MUSICCHARLES GOUNOD
Musard had a genius for making pot-pourris of operatic tunes and for introducing new effects, especially into dance music.
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WORDS RELATED TO OPERATIC

  • agreeable
  • blending
  • chiming
  • choral
  • dulcet
  • emotional
  • euphonious
  • expressive
  • harmonious
  • lilting
  • melodic
  • melodious
  • operatic
  • orchestral
  • passionate
  • pleasing
  • poetic
  • rhapsodic
  • rhythmic
  • songful
  • songlike
  • soulful
  • sweet-sounding
  • symphonic
  • symphonious
  • tuneful
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