Words nearby dramatics
How to use dramatics in a sentence
Then, for dramatics and bonus patriotism points, he added “for the good of the country.”
After he said, “go ahead,” she “took a handful and swallowed them with gusto and no dramatics.”
Not unlike the Oscars, the Razzies ceremony is a rickety mix of sharp wit, amateur dramatics, and musical pastiche.
Virginia colleges and universities also keep the theater alive by sponsoring dramatics classes, workshops and plays.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
No public scandal—no dramatics, my friend, or as sure as you are sitting here you will have to answer to me.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
"I don't want to play up anything now that will sound like dramatics," the lawyer went on in a soothing voice.The Rest Hollow Mystery|Rebecca N. Porter
In her chance to make good in high school dramatics she had clumsily backed into the stand and upset it, breaking the vase.
She was Anne Weeks, a slender, dark-haired girl of 25 who had attended the state university and majored in dramatics.
British Dictionary definitions for dramatics
- the art of acting or producing plays
- dramatic productions