With some of it, Michelle is right and the other part is the operatic thing.
So by now everyone knows that you hated Gatsby, “an operatic blunder,” as you called it.
Instead, the Clintons proved that their operatic alpha-ness never occluded their love for their daughter.
“I like the concept of this operatic violence,” Holland says.
Clad entirely in black, they offset the white world of the operatic characters.
Unfortunately, this is a kind of scandal from which operatic managers in England have seldom shrunk.
Well, 't is kind o' operatic an' skallyhootin' up an' down the scale.
The language of dramatic and operatic criticism in Paris is now inexplicable to any one but an habitué.
All operatic, vague, imaginary,—some of it expressly untrue.
The day has passed when a pretty face or a well-rounded ankle could be mistaken for art on the operatic stage.