Origin of diorama
OTHER WORDS FROM dioramadi·o·ram·ic, adjective
Words nearby diorama
How to use diorama in a sentence
If you lived in California as a kid, you probably remember your fourth-grade history assignment of building a state mission diorama.Morning Report: Faulconer’s Record Under the Microscope|Voice of San Diego|August 6, 2021|Voice of San Diego
For many Californians, putting together a diorama is one of the most memorable parts of their education.
Meanwhile, some teachers still require kids to make dioramas.
The four entries scored this week by Kevin, sometimes with his wife, Deborah Hensley, are but perhaps a fourth of the dioramas and other photos he submitted.Style Conversational Week 1439: The Brood X-hibition|Pat Myers|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
They eventually donated the diorama as a Style Invitational prize.
At ground level: comically huge, flat-leafed plants that look like they come from a prehistoric diorama.
Across from this display is a clay diorama of a gas chamber in action.
Mrs. Darcy wants a circus-poster, or the canvas of a diorama.My New Curate|P.A. Sheehan
It is an answer that rings down the curtain on the diorama called "Cruikshank the journalist."George Cruikshank|W. H. Chesson
Such was the Diorama as it was first exhibited in London to admiring crowds.
That building was intended for the exhibition of the Diorama.
For hundreds of miles, day after day, we were borne past a moving diorama of scenery unrivalled by anything here below.In Eastern Seas|J. J. Smith