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  • 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

antonyms for theatrically

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  • inaudibly
  • quietly
  • silently
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How to use theatrically in a sentence

I pretended to be drowning, and sank theatrically as he and half a dozen others, conveniently naked, plunged to the rescue.
THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY REVELSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
In fact, he admitted that to picture Stannard's weighing a plan like that was theatrically extravagant.
NORTHWEST!HAROLD BINDLOSS
Massenet had brought fortunes to the Opra Comique through his immensely popular and theatrically effective operas.
GREAT SINGERS ON THE ART OF SINGINGJAMES FRANCIS COOKE
Lackeys, with red-gold aiguillettes on their brown coats, stood theatrically in couples at the open double doors.
ROYAL HIGHNESSTHOMAS MANN
One wore a cloak theatrically thrown over the shoulder, and Polly knew him at once.
SILVER PITCHERS: AND INDEPENDENCELOUISA MAY ALCOTT
He flourished the long-barrelled revolver theatrically, then turned with a chuckle of laughter to the gaping Mr. Crotin.
JACK O' JUDGMENTEDGAR WALLACE
She walks or rather stalks like Lady Macbeth, and always speaks theatrically.
CHARACTER SKETCHES OF ROMANCE, FICTION AND THE DRAMA, VOL 1THE REV. E. COBHAM BREWER, LL.D.
It seemed to be taken for granted in his mind that the scene itself would be theatrically impressive, even spectacular.
THE MARKET-PLACEHAROLD FREDERIC
It is true that his figures also pose, but never clumsily or without expression, never theatrically.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
Meeting, the two women indulged in an embrace almost theatrically perfunctory.
JOAN THURSDAYLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
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