Scenic Definition

sēnĭk, sĕnĭk
adjective
Of the stage; dramatic; theatrical.
Webster's New World
Relating to stage effects or stage scenery.
Webster's New World
Having to do with natural scenery.
Webster's New World
Having beautiful scenery; affording beautiful views.
Webster's New World
Representing an action, event, etc.
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noun
A depiction of natural scenery.
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Other Word Forms of Scenic

Noun

Singular:
scenic
Plural:
scenics

Origin of Scenic

  • From Latin scÄ“nicus, alternative form of scaenicus (“of or pertaining to the stage; theatrical, scenic"), from Ancient Greek σκηνικός (skÄ“nikos, “theatrical"), from σκηνή (skÄ“nÄ“, “stage").

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