Definition of dramatist
Examples of dramatist in a Sentence
the American dramatist Arthur Miller
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The play is rife with references to dramatist and playwright Chekov, but one needn't know a thing about the Russian genius.
Adams displays a dramatist's ear not only for dialogue but also for pacing; crowded and hectic events are regularly offset by inventories, weather observations, financial notes, and the like.
The creative juices of Athens' dramatists didn't dry up under the constraints they were held to.
Mr. Gurney became one of the most prolific dramatists of his time, with more than 50 plays to his credit.
The eminent dramatist died Tuesday at the age of 86.
The statement was pure Comey: straightforward with a touch of the dramatist to it, clear enough to show that the president* was asking everyone except Diamond and Silk to shut down the Russia investigation, and loaded with juicy details.
Before experiencing a brain aneurysm at age 27, Lauren Marks was an actress and dramatist pursuing her doctorate.
Military historians often neglect developments in the arts, for instance, but Roberts weaves in Greek culture, showing how works by dramatists and philosophers reflected events in the war.
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DRAMATIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dramatist for English Language Learners
: someone who writes plays
: someone who writes dramas (sense 1b)
DRAMATIST Defined for Kids
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