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Sentence count:34Posted:2016-10-07Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: dramaticdramaticallydramamathematicsdogmaticpragmaticautomaticdiplomaticMeaning: [‚meləʊdrə'mætɪk]  adj. 1. having the excitement and emotional appeal of melodrama 2. characteristic of acting or a stage performance; often affected. 
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1 "Don't you think you're being rather melodramatic?" Jane asked.
2 He waved his arms in a melodramatic gesture.
3 Stop being so melodramatic!
4 What was this melodramatic gesture of Jake's all about?
5 It sounds melodramatic, but I felt like someone was watching me.
6 Not to be melodramatic, but the empire awaits your decision.
7 He was associated with a heavy, melodramatic, and often sentimental style of acting.
8 The days of melodramatic voices and candles in the footlights are long gone.
9 The stories had the melodramatic plot lines of comic books or soap operas.
10 A little melodramatic, I grant you, but it represented the worst-case scenario.
11 He automatically steps into the room, casting a melodramatic look over his shoulder.
12 Today the site is home to a kitschy, melodramatic replay of some of the pivotal moments of early Augustinian history.
13 The next restoration project will be of the melodramatic pyramid memorial to Canova, which is in a dangerously precarious state.
14 The script is terrible, the acting by turns melodramatic and wooden, the direction confused.
15 She'd flung herself in a pose of melodramatic exhaustion.
16 This melodramatic shift in the seasons has forced the wild world to our attention.
17 I am one of those melodramatic fools. Neurotic to the bone,( no doubt about it.
18 I know that all sounds somewhat melodramatic but for many people, running a marathon (or achieving any significant goal for that matter) is indeed a life-changing, mind-altering experience.
19 His only saving grace is his undying belief in the melodramatic.
20 But the convincing portrayal of childhood fantasies, fears and rituals is marred by the unnecessary melodramatic final sequence.
21 Of course, on reflection, Deborah didn't really think it was that melodramatic either.
22 Minorities, especially ethnic minorities, are used to authenticate the affective, melodramatic component of contemporary narratives.
23 In the tradition of the old Saturday-afternoon movie serials, our melodramatic debate over the serial comma continues.
24 He boomed out, slipping in all the glottal stops and nasal sobs of an appallingly melodramatic tenor.
25 There is an eerily Victorian postscript to this unhappy tale, almost too melodramatic to be true.
26 It is tough but not as soul-destroying as is sometimes presented in more melodramatic stories.
27 Ozu himself hinted at a reservation: " This is one of my most melodramatic pictures. "
28 The fellow could never resist the temptation to be melodramatic, Walden thought.
29 We do a better service to ourselves and others by remaining detached and avoiding melodramatic reactions.
30 There was a tendency to employ static, theatrical production techniques. The emotional impact was over-sentimental or melodramatic, with predictable plots and stereotyped characterization.
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