A dramatic phone conversation.
- The definition of dramatic is exciting or filled with emotion or energy.
An example of dramatic is a teen talking about an exciting event from their school day.
- Dramatic is defined as something that is like a play.
An example of dramatic is a very emotional and acted-out reading of a poem.
- Dramatic means something that is noticeable or sudden.
- An example of dramatic is a change in the set up of a room.
- An example of dramatic is a surprise win by a sports team.
- of or connected with drama
- having such characteristics of a drama as conflict or suspense
- filled with action, emotion, or exciting qualities; vivid, striking, etc.
- great, marked, strong, etc.: a dramatic increase in prices
Origin of dramaticLate Latin dramaticus ; from Classical Greek dramatikos
- Of or relating to drama or the theater.
- Characterized by or expressive of the action or emotion associated with drama or the theater: a dramatic rescue.
- Arresting or forceful in appearance or effect: a dramatic sunset.
- Music Having a powerful, expressive singing voice: a dramatic tenor.
Origin of dramaticLate Latin dr&amacron;maticus, from Greek dr&amacron;matikos, from dr&amacron;ma, dr&amacron;mat-, drama; see drama.
(comparative more dramatic, superlative most dramatic)
From Ancient Greek δραματικός (dramatikos), from δρᾶμα (drama, “drama, play”), from δράω (draō, “I do, accomplish”).