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Spell check of dramatic

Correct spelling: dramatic

Synonyms:
brilliant, opulent, panoramic, fussy, grandiose, method acting, vain, go up, conspicuous, eventful, performing arts, catchy, bodacious, improvisational, grandiloquent, dashing, formal, flourishing, grabby, boastful, hammy, rakish, pantomimed, surprising, showy, histrionic, emphatic, affected, mimed, tragic, theatrical, operatic, kenspeckle, striking, prominent, eye-catching, bling, compelling, snazzy, sensational, staggering, moving, garish, spectacular, jaunty, bold, pronounced, rep, in, trophy, flagrant, exhilarating, climactic, comical, theatric, excite, Thespian, flaunting, remarkable, exotic, histrionical, grand, unexpected, arresting, ornate, melodramatic, ostentatious, surprise, flash, phenomenal, burlesque, outstanding, forced, noisy, shameless, alive, stilted, opposite, dramaturgical, earth-shattering, enthralling, artistic, fast, acting, astonishing, extraordinary, marked, dark, flashy, gaudy, pompous, stagy, amazing, on, impressive, commanding, grandly, dramaturgic, bombastic, thrilling, salient, exhibitionistic, blatant, flamboyant, style, splashy, exciting.

Antonyms:
modest, unnoticeable, subtle, monotonous, subdued, simple, nondramatic, toned-down, unsensational, discreet, undistinguished, unexciting, common, unflashy, matter-of-fact, restrained, unpretentious, hidden, unspectacular, shrouded, uninspiring, stale, conservative, unassuming, concealed, unimpressive, faint, lyric, insignificant, obscure, understated, toned, unimportant, ordinary, underplayed, unexceptional, commonplace, dim, unaffected, unemphatic, unobtrusive, unremarkable, inconspicuous, undramatic, quiet, plain, unrewarding, muted, uneventful.

Examples of usage:

1) That would be dramatic, and therefore, in Maeterlinck's idea at the time he wrote the play, vulgar. - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.

2) The author has conceived a dramatic problem in his own mind and has set it forth in his own way. - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) He spoke with a certain dramatic force, and it was a somewhat striking picture he drew of the girl. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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