theatrics


the·at·rics

noun plural \thē-ˈa-triks\

: ways of behaving and speaking that are like a performance on a stage and are intended to attract attention

Full Definition of THEATRICS

1
:  theatrical 1
2
:  staged or contrived effects

Examples of THEATRICS

  1. <before her first film role, her acting experience had been limited to amateur theatrics>

First Known Use of THEATRICS

1807

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