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theatrically

[ thee-a-tri-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF theatrically
  • as inloudly
  • as inpompously

Synonyms for theatrically

  • aloud
  • emphatically
  • noisily
  • powerfully
  • vehemently
  • vociferously
  • obstreperously
  • articulately
  • blatantly
  • boorishly
  • cheaply
  • conspicuously
  • crashingly
  • deafeningly
  • ear-splittingly
  • fully
  • garishly
  • gaudily
  • obtrusively
  • ostentatiously
  • piercingly
  • resonantly
  • resounding
  • ringingly
  • rudely
  • showily
  • shrilly
  • tastelessly
  • tawdrily
  • thunderingly
  • uproariously
  • vulgarly
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Antonyms for theatrically

  • inaudibly
  • quietly
  • silently
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR THEATRICALLY

"We'll go to supper," said Miss Montgomery theatrically, appearing at the door.

Its reputation is as theatrically artificial as that of the New York Bowery.

We are sorry that she dismissed La Blancherie quite so theatrically.

"Mary Stuart" is theatrically no less than dramatically conceived.

She gave it out with pathos, paused, and was theatrically distressed.

On the ground floor is another Salle de Bain, quite as theatrically disposed as that of Napoleon.

This stranger was of kingly appearance, of stately and commanding demeanour, and theatrically dressed.

Its title-heroine is a bad old woman, who "keeps the door" in the Elizabethan sense as well as theatrically.

Maurice theatrically thrust a cigar between his teeth and struck a match.

No, theatrically exclaims Gerry, I "would sooner be thrown into the Seine."

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, "pertaining to the theater," from theater + -ical. Sense of "stagy, histrionic" is attested from 1709.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR THEATRICALLY

loudly

adverbaudibly
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