Drama synonyms

drä'mə, drăm'ə

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The act or manner of using a card, piece, or ball in a game or sport:
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A work adapted for dramatic presentation:
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(By extension) An outcome which is awaited with keen anticipation, especially one which is delayed for a period of time or which is not known until the last minute.
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The writing, acting, or theoretical principles of this kind of drama
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The art of the theater.
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An artistic work or composition, as of music, writing, painting, drama, etc.
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(Countable) A broadcast program/programme.
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An exhibition of passionate or strong feeling before others; often, an artificial or affected action, or course of action, done for effect; a theatrical display.
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An artificial or affected manner, display of emotion, etc.; melodramatics
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A theatrical composition or production
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A series of experiences characterized by dramatic displays of emotion.
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(--- Music) A brief composition, especially for the piano.
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Great energy or vehemence of emotion, thought, or activity
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An inactive substance that is combined with an active medication to facilitate administration.
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The fact or process of being produced:
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A theatrical composition or production
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A short, usually comic dramatic performance or work; a theatrical sketch.
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A theatrical composition or production
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Dramatic literature or its performance; drama:
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A drama, such as a play, film, or television program, characterized by exaggerated emotions, stereotypical characters, and interpersonal conflicts.
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The definition of an emotion is a mental state that is spontaneous and does not come from conscious effort.
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The quality in a work of narrative art, such as a novel or film, that causes the audience to experience pleasurable excitement and anticipation regarding an outcome.
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The branch of drama having to do with such plays
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(used with a singular or plural verb) the art of acting and stagecraft.
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(Informal) A sad or emotionally charged film or other dramatic work, sometimes exceeding the limits of necessity and/or believability.
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Performance as an actor.
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A showing of a film, as in a theater
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A theatrical presentation in which a dramatic performance is set to music.
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A scheduled radio or television show.
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The final, culminating element or event in a series; highest point, as of interest or excitement
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(Physics) Voltage. Usually only the terms low tension, high tension, and extra-high tension, and the abbreviations LT, HT, and EHT are used. They are not precisely defined; LT is normally a few volts, HT a few hundreds of volts, and EHT thousands of volts.
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Having the quality of a declamation.
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Calling attention; flashy; standing out to the eye, often in such a way that is of low quality or little merit
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An exciting or being excited; agitation
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The definition of a farce is something that is intended to be seen as ridiculous, particularly a comedy based on an unlikely situation.
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Irresistibly or keenly interesting, attractive, etc.; captivating
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Dramatic means something that is noticeable or sudden.
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Of or pertaining to elocution or to public speaking; rhetorical
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Excessively dramatic or emotional, especially with the intention to draw attention.
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Of, related to, or typical of opera.
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Affected; not real
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Of Thespis
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The creation of musical works
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A fight or struggle, esp. a protracted one; war
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The performance of such a work.
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A tale of personal hardship or misfortune intended to arouse pity.
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A specific set of works that a company performs
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A series of four dramas, three tragic and one satirical, performed in sequence at the ancient Athenian festival of Dionysus
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a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage
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an episode that is turbulent or highly emotional
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A theatrical composition or production
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