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- adv. In a scenic manner.
- adv. Concerning scenes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a scenic manner; theatrically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to stage scenery
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If you don´t like this place then just hang it up and move back to Belgium - a place of no consequence scenically or socially and certainly to be avoided at all costs.
It may not be quite a match for its namesake scenically, but it makes up for it with its lack of congestion.
It was also scenically dubbed Dancing on Tisha Bay and the peninsular Dancing on Tisha Baja.
It's only fifty miles from the Lincoln tunnel, but it's a world away in terms of the vibe of the place and scenically.
I used to write really scenically, like my story was a movie, and now that I want to be true to the PoV it's hard to still make these old scenes work they way they did back then.
Not everyone appreciated this opulent aesthetic: Peter Conrad dismissed Sutherland's Alcina as "a singing armchair" and Dale Harris suggested that Zeffirelli's audiences were "less dramatically involved than scenically awed".
The site is in the mountainous western border of the Sichuan basin and the landscape is scenically dramatic.
Lest I sound like a reactionary crank, I hasten to add that some of the best Shakespeare productions I've covered in this space have been scenically elaborate high-concept stagings.
And on St. John, Coyaba, a stone-and-stucco home overlooking a sailboat harbor in scenically named Chocolate Hole, is for sale for $4.413 million, down from $4.9 million — life-sized elephant sculptures included.
Remote La Souris Chaude on the east coast of the island is scenically punctuated with black lava rocks jutting up from the yellow sand.