Examples of dramatist in a Sentence
the American dramatist Arthur Miller
Recent Examples of dramatist from the Web
But Heckler is caught somewhere between being a journalistic historian and a dramatist without seeming expert at either.
What money can't buy, however, is where Coogler's skills as a moment-by-moment dramatist come in.
In 1939, Irish poet-dramatist William Butler Yeats died in Menton, France.
Fitzmorris is the premier dramatist capable of unraveling the world of New Orleans politics.
And this year was full of scene-stealers—from rambunctious comedians like Tiffany Haddish, who has too much spirit to be sidelined, to hard-eyed dramatists like Barry Keoghan, who possess a darkly curious allure.
And a few topical jokes and moments of meta-reference (the Son’s own son is a dramatist, writing a play about his grandmother) are irritatingly facile.
And knowing that it was created by a writer who was just discovering his voice as a dramatist only increases its impact.
All in all, Verdi’s second thoughts as a musical dramatist were seldom wrong.
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First Known Use of dramatist
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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