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definition of the word dramatic

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From Ancient Greek δραματικός (dramatikos) from δρᾶμα (drama), drama, play) from δράω (draō), I do, accomplish).

dramatic (comparative more dramatic, superlative most dramatic)

Positive
dramatic

Comparative
more dramatic

Superlative
most dramatic

  1. Of or relating to the drama.
    • 1911, “Music”, in 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica:  
      Monteverde found the conditions of dramatic music more favourable to his experiments than those of choral music, in which both voices and ears are at their highest sensibility to discord.
  2. Striking in appearance or effect.
    • 1986, Ronald Reagan, Proclamation 5430:  
      Each year remarkable advances in prenatal medicine bring ever more dramatic confirmation of what common sense told us all along-that the child in the womb is simply what each of us once was: a very young, very small, dependent, vulnerable member of the human family.
  3. Having a powerful, expressive singing voice.


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