theatrical

[ thee-a-tri-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF theatrical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THEATRICAL

There had already been an attempt at theatrical exhibitions.

This caused quite a sensation in the artistic world and in theatrical circles.

I was nervous, sensational, and theatrical without intending it.

Our theatrical company, of which you must have heard, leave us this week.

They were giving him a theatrical performance for a birthday present.

He put the greater part of his profits into theatrical management.

There is no record of its even having been considered by any of the theatrical companies.

There were sides to theatrical life that were little to his taste.

Did they not all belong to the same family in the theatrical world?

The poor thing's vengeance was theatrical and paltry, but what of the man, wherever he was?

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