He could surely have attempted an agreement after such a dramatic step, preferred to “throw the keys over the fence.”
Now is the time for Israel to take some dramatic step to show it is ready for a new Middle East.
In dramatic lore their names are Death, Destruction, Pestilence, and Famine.
Its effects are dramatic when levels are way too high or way too low.
The surprise announcement comes after a dramatic decline in the popularity of King Juan Carlos, 76, who has ruled since 1975.
It is largely—though not always—a question of dramatic truth.
The age was one which put all its religion in dramatic form and acted it out.
His approach to Melcher had been dramatic, terrifying, effective.
The dramatic art is partly literary and partly practical handicraft.
Colored society is also at the period of the bazaar and fair, the concert and dramatic entertainment.
1580s, from Late Latin dramaticus, from Greek dramatikos "pertaining to plays," from drama (genitive dramatos; see drama). Meaning "full of action and striking display, fit for a drama" is from 1725. Dramatic irony is recorded from 1907. Related: Dramatical; dramatically.