“MCEDWARDS: Well, a reluctant Saudi Arabia and other Arab states have agreed to attend next week's U. S.-sponsored Middle East peace conference, but the Saudi foreign minister said that he would not toller what he called theatrics -- things like handshakes with Israeli officials.”
““Ultimately, this case, despite the legal theatrics, is just like any other: a means to an end,” he adds, in the other.”
“No amount of theatrics is going to reverse the housing policy of the last 25 years, which calls for the de-projectification of public housing.”
“Wow, we usually see such theatrics from the French only at figure skating competitions.”
“Unless the theatrics are the real point? she added.”
“The theatrics are the latest evidence of California's dysfunctional government.”
“Perhaps you have blindly failed to see what a disgusting campaign Hillary has waged, complete with deceit, pandering, flat out LIES, and maudlin theatrics.ps. what are "speaches"?”
“The theatrics were a welcome diversion from the clothes.”
“Doubly so because the theatrics are a preview of the health-care market if Democrats control both Congress and the White House.”
“And Desfosses 'shootout antics, which included exaggerated fist-pumps after each save, drew the ire of Hughes, who dubbed the theatrics "absolute garbage.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘theatrics’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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