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scenographically

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a scenographic manner; in perspective.

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Examples

  • Monkey Mountain (1970), a striking but scenographically demanding Caribbean fresco.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1992 - Press Release

  • A dozen or so blocks up Saint Laurent Boulevard in Montreal, a more challenging and contemporary exploration of the oppression of women, even by women themselves, came in director Martin Faucher's sensational, scenographically stunning production of

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