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  • n. Plural form of theatricality.


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  • Maybe if she actually had some experience and a voting record she could stand on, she wouldn't need all these theatricalities and games.

    Hillary Says Obama Is Politicizing Bhutto Assassination

  • When I think of all that I have done for that man, the acts I have defended, the stupidities I have tried to convert into statesmanship, the tempers I have been the butt of, the childish insults I have had to tolerate, the theatricalities

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 153, July 25, 1917

  • It employed all the conventions, the theatricalities, of the modern stage; yet her personality triumphed over not only Professor Murray's verse but her own training.

    Euripides and Professor Murray

  • He must still stay an unwilling prisoner in this garden of studied indolence, this playground of invalids and gamblers; he must still dawdle idly about these glittering, stagnating squares, fringing a crowd of meaningless foreigners, skulking half-fed and poorly housed about this opulent showplace of the world that set its appeasing theatricalities into motion only at the touch of ready gold.

    Phantom Wires A Novel

  • It was only then that she was conscious of the theatricalities from which she had emerged, of the man so close beside her, still waiting for her play-acting word of decision.

    Phantom Wires A Novel

  • Chavannes should be equally enthusiastic about the frigid theatricalities of an E.A. A.bey or the forbidding and opaque intricate dexterity of a John Sargent in the same building.

    Your United States Impressions of a first visit

  • There are extravagances, theatricalities, impossibilities enough.

    Studies in Early Victorian Literature

  • "Go straight to life!" said his new poetic code; and here was the opportunity; -- here, also, the real "adventure," in comparison of which his previous efforts that way seemed childish theatricalities, fit only to cheat a little the profound ennui of actual life.

    Imaginary Portraits

  • Pardonable are human theatricalities; nay perhaps touching, like the passionate utterance of a tongue which with sincerity stammers; of a head which with insincerity babbles, -- having gone distracted.

    The French Revolution

  • We had our feed, discussed the usual topics of good food, fine wine, and the local theatricalities and entertainment (aka deep fried chicken, beer, and MTV) before my room mate's girlfriend Diana decided to join us and then invite us to a friend's bbq. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at


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