Complete Definition of "dramatic"

English
Etymology
From Greek δÏαμαÏικÏÏ (dramatikos) "of or related to drama", from Ancient Greek δÏάμα, (drama).

Adjective
dramatic

  1. of or relating to the drama
  2. striking in appearance or effect
  3. having a powerful, expressive singing voice

Derived terms
nondramatic

Category:Greek derivations

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