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theatrically

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“The voices made me do it,” he said, and theatrically clutched both sides of his head.

The film has already snagged an audience award at Sundance, and will open theatrically on Sept. 12 in New York.

And yet Kennedy did not theatrically utter a prayer—not as we acknowledge it these days.

The criticism is real and valid, but the sins exist on a spectrum between the technically critical and the theatrically hilarious.

Or take the British three-part feature Red Riding, which was released theatrically in the U.S. as three films.

I pretended to be drowning, and sank theatrically as he and half a dozen others, conveniently naked, plunged to the rescue.

In fact, he admitted that to picture Stannard's weighing a plan like that was theatrically extravagant.

Massenet had brought fortunes to the Opra Comique through his immensely popular and theatrically effective operas.

Lackeys, with red-gold aiguillettes on their brown coats, stood theatrically in couples at the open double doors.

One wore a cloak theatrically thrown over the shoulder, and Polly knew him at once.

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On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to theatrically, such as: aloud, emphatically, noisily, powerfully, vehemently, and vociferously.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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