dramatic

[Adjective] Exciting, impressive or sudden.
Example: The Grand Canyon in America is very dramatic.
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dramatic

[adj] - pertaining to or characteristic of drama 2. [adj] - (music 3. [adj] - sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect 4. [adj] - suitable to or characteristic of drama
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dramatic

spectacular adjective sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect; `a dramatic sunset`; `a dramatic pause`; `a spectacular display of northern lights`; `it was a spectacular play`; `his striking good looks always created a sensation`
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dramatic

adjective pertaining to or characteristic of drama; `dramatic arts`
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dramatic

adjective suitable to or characteristic of drama; `a dramatic entrance in a swirling cape`; `a dramatic rescue at sea`
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Dramatic

• (a.) Alt. of Dramatical
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dramatic

dramatic 1. Of or relating to drama or the theater. 2. Striking (immediately or vividly impressive), as in appearance or effect.
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dramatic

a poem representing itself as a speech made by one person to a silent listener, usually not the reader. Examples include Robert Browning's 'My Last Duchess,' Alfred lord Tennyson's 'Ulysses,' and T. S. Eliot's 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.' A lyric may also be addressed to someone, but it is short and song-like and may appear to address eit...
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