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- adv. in a theatrical or dramatic manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a theatrical manner; in a manner befitting the stage.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a stagy and theatrical manner
- adv. in a theatrical manner
The Wolfman however had a price tag of 150 million so to get its money back theatrically is extremely unlikely.
…” The only way it ever does business theatrically is if there’s like some kind of water cooler chat about it based on the festival showings.”
Colonel Rocas ascended the steps and laid his sword theatrically at young Ramon Olivarra's feet.
TRICK 'R TREAT theatrically, which is a terrible, terrible shame because it should be in theaters right now!
Having them walk on in single file for "Strength Through Music", in school uniforms, hands on heads, was a different kind of theatrically though, and with the sudden segue into "Guitar Hero", the use of miming in that song ... man, the effect was skin-tingling, and the finale electrifying.
I think that the Punisher would have worked better "theatrically" as a foe for Spider-Man.
You think she is fair game because she is "theatrically" in your face all the time.
I’m ashamed to admit I actually went to see ZEE & CO or whatever it’s called theatrically when it first came out.
They'd had it planned that they were going to kind of theatrically combust.
Behind Kermit, in the Tudor-style bungalows where Modern Times was filmed, something even more exciting is happening; the unveiling of the first theatrically released Muppets film for more than a decade, since 1999's Muppets from Space.