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- adv. In a dramatic manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a dramatic manner; theatrically; vividly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of the drama; by representation; vividly and strikingly; as regards or concerns the drama; from a dramatic point of view: as, dramatically related; dramatically considered.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to dramatic value
- adv. in a dramatic manner
- adv. in a very impressive manner
Louis had gained his title dramatically in a 1937, rematch with Max Schmeling of Nazi Germany.
FRANKS: I think -- I think without a doubt the operations of Al Qaeda coming out of Afghanistan have been -- I'll use the term dramatically -- they have been dramatically damaged, dramatically degraded.
TUCKER: Now, Sheriff Pendergraph says the problem has grown so big, so huge, that solving it will take the involvement of sheriff and police departments across the country actively supporting, Lou, what he calls the dramatically underfunded Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
I would emphasize the sound of the word dramatically by repeating it and sounding it out something like, “That’s the word caaaat.”
"Clearly, the economic recession, resulting in dramatically increasing unemployment nationwide, has driven unprecedented, sharp increases in the need for emergency food assistance and enrollment in federal nutrition programs," said Vicki Escarra, president and CEO of Feeding America, which operates some 200 food banks across the country.
If the show never existed, would any of them be in dramatically different living situations than they are now?
To say that this picture will change dramatically is to say that the need for crisis insurance – and protection from fiat currency debasement – will disappear in short order.
Bob reminds us that our choice as a civilization, put dramatically, is to grow or die.
So the key question is whether it is a viable long run political strategy to remain dramatically unpopular, but try to drive down the popularity of your opponents to an even lower level so you can keep winning elections by default.
"It's going to reduce the [profit] margin dramatically on the product," he says.
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