Examples of operatic in a Sentence
the fall of the scandal-ridden government seemed operatic in its scope and consequences
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One of those innovations is to mix live operatic vocal and dance.
Chief among the changes made was jettisoning a beautiful operatic score by Scott Frankel and Michael Korie and replacing it with an anachronistic, more poppy score by Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy.
Prior to the christening, an audience of more than a thousand dignitaries, travel agents, journalists and vendors was entertained by operatic tenor Andrea Bocelli and Latin pop singer Ricky Martin.
This high energy group includes an eight-piece band, singing, Italian folklorico, lively dances, popular Italian-American melodies, contemporary hits and a touch of the operatic.
Saturday’s opening at the Philadelphia Museum of Art had many high concepts at work: The basic piece, premiered by Gotham Chamber Opera in 2014, pairs war parables from different corners of operatic and human history.
Austra Katie Stelmanis spearheads this Canadian outfit with operatic and otherworldly influences.
Murphy's congenital cynicism serves him best in grand, operatic stories, as proven by The People v. O.J. Simpson, Feud, and now Cult.
While equipped with an operatic voice that has been compared to an air raid siren and the ability to command arenas full of rabid fans to sing every word along with him, Dickinson has achieved enormous success in many of his other pursuits.
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Synonymshistrionic, melodramatic, dramatic, stagy (or stagey), theatrical (also theatric)
Related Wordsaffected, emotional, emotionalistic, sensational; actorish, actorly, actressy, dramaturgic (or dramaturgical), ham, hammy; amazing, astonishing, astounding, awesome, exciting, eye-opening, fabulous, marvelous (or marvellous), spectacular, surprising, wonderful, wondrous; overdramatic
Near Antonymsmatter-of-fact, monotonous, uneventful, unexciting; uninspiring, unnewsworthy, unrewarding, unsensational, unspectacular; common, commonplace, ordinary, stale, unexceptional
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