Banks feels relieved that the Interscope drama is in her rearview.
Telling too much or delving too deep, would turn it into a drama.
"No drama" Obama, in this respect, is more Washingtonian—projecting a calm steadiness of purpose and character.
That kind of sex is drama sex, sex charged with regret and self-flagellation.
For all the drama of the last day of the group stage, there are, unfortunately, games that become totally irrelevant.
The manhood of Albert Evan had become a factor in the drama.
Yet "nothing appears more immoral to the Japanese than our drama."
The drama of the past is almost everything, the drama of the present next to nothing.
Other actors in the drama, unconvicted, are also dead or nameless wanderers.
He was lost in an article on the drama in a current magazine.
1510s, from Late Latin drama "play, drama," from Greek drama (genitive dramatos) "play, action, deed," from dran "to do, act, perform" (especially some great deed, whether good or bad), from PIE *dere- "to work." Drama queen attested by 1992.