drama queen


noun

Informal. a person who often has exaggerated or overly emotional reactions to events or situations: You're such a drama queen! You always have to have all the attention.

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Example sentences from the Web for drama queen

  • But for all of his drama-queen posturing, it is worth noting that Sarkozy is asking the G-20 for some sensible measures.

    The G-20's Drama Queen|Eric Pape|September 24, 2009|DAILY BEAST

British Dictionary definitions for drama queen

drama queen

noun

informal a person who tends to react to every situation in an overdramatic or exaggerated manner
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