theatricalism

[ thee-a-tri-kuh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF theatricalism
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He laughed with a sense of treating himself to a theatricalism.

France, during his day, was governed by the dictates of theatricalism.

There was no curtain, no stage, no scenery, no theatricalism.

You never hear it sung by concert singers; because it has no theatricalism in it.

Only the French genius is capable of just such a splendid blend of naïveté, emotion, and the best kind of theatricalism.

It was a deceit, he felt, a bit of theatricalism,—the simulated modesty of a woman of experience.

The theatricalism of the ground-plan infused itself into the music with Meyerbeer.

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