Thesaurus / theatricals

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They are talking of getting up some theatricals and concerts; I hope they wont.

Lord Randolph ChurchillWinston Spencer Churchill

An energetic lady with a taste for theatricals seizes an opportunity for getting up a show.

The Smuggler's CaveGeorge A. Birmingham

But is man fed by bread alone, even in the sugared form of music and theatricals?

How she flirted with Horace that night, when the theatricals were over!

I own this objection to theatricals is the greatest that can be urged.

"We will not have any theatricals, if you please," he said, waving her back.

Kidnapped at the AltarLaura Jean Libbey

The marquee used the night before for the theatricals had been hastily converted into a justice room.

Facing DeathG. A. Henty

Now, I have some slight acquaintance with theatricals, private and public, and I will accept that figure of the noble lord.

The word "dancing" may be engraved in the left-hand corner of the card, if dancing is to follow the theatricals.

Book of EtiquetteLillian Eichler

You play your part well; but you always had a knack for theatricals.

The Place Beyond the WindsHarriet T. Comstock

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