verb (used with object), dram·a·tized, dram·a·tiz·ing.
verb (used without object), dram·a·tized, dram·a·tiz·ing.
Examples from the Web for dramatise
Mr. Savile Clarke wrote on August 28th to ask his leave to dramatise the two books, and he gladly assented.The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll|Stuart Dodgson Collingwood
To rouse Burke's genius to its noblest utterance, there must needs be a suffering which he could personify and dramatise.Shelley, Godwin and Their Circle|H. N. Brailsford
You are resolved that your course should dramatise the whole play and interplay of force and matter.The Kempton-Wace Letters|Jack London
These bombs did but accentuate and dramatise an already developing problem.The World Set Free|Herbert George Wells
It is a curious piece of work, showing the tendency of the Greek church to dramatise the sacred history of the Gospel.The Influence of the Bible on Civilisation|Ernst Von Dobschutz