from The Century Dictionary.
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- adjective Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of
dramaor the theatre.
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Why, no man denies, but that these also have some good things whereof that may be one: but the whole drift and foundation of that kind of dramatical poetry, what is it else, but as we have said?
You flav because you make up your own words like 'dramatical'
Can kittehs efurr haz too much drama? oar be too dramatical? aifinkso nawt.
How can you describe a film as "very dramatical", say "it's very over the top", then turn around an suggest that it's subtle.
Iffen yew duzzen want the salad korse jest say so, yew nawt hafta git dramatical and cover yer plate.
The conversations between characters, using this Norse style language became stilted and detracted from the story's natural dramatical element.
Darn – AI must bee moar careful fur the dramatical effects.
Columbus kitteh at most dramatical moment uv story.
Her plays are not theatre, rather "texts to be spoken", liberated from the tyranny of dramatical roles.
Life on this planet has existed for 4 billion years, unless you are a creationist, which makes it rather unlikely that some fluctuations that may occur in a few centuries can have such a dramatical impact on the global life.
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