There is another very common error, that of calling a diorama a panorama.
The memory has as many moods as the temper, and shifts its scenery like a diorama.
She admired the moonlight in the diorama; now I shall make just such a moon in her drawing.'
Mrs. Darcy wants a circus-poster, or the canvas of a diorama.
The diorama was opened in London on the 6th of October, 1823, and for a long time it was equally popular in this metropolis.
That building was intended for the exhibition of the diorama.
Such was the diorama as it was first exhibited in London to admiring crowds.
The latest stages of the process might be represented by a diorama.
The chair screeched around a corner and pulled into the first scene, a diorama littered with cross-sectioned cars.
The diorama shows bananas being harvested and trees being cut.