Examples of operatic in a Sentence
the fall of the scandal-ridden government seemed operatic in its scope and consequences
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Legendary operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti famously sang to a tape at his concert in Modena, Italy, causing outrage among the audience—and the BBC, which had bought the rights to the concert and demanded some of its money back.
Gens turns her attention to the opulent operatic repertoire of 19th-century France.
Gypsy is an operatic, ridiculous train that frequently (if not intentionally) goes off the rails.
The baddie, too, is less operatic: Michael Keaton plays a more or less regular guy who turned super-villain.
The operatic score is not likely to sound like Carmen.
Muti had the CSO sounding like a seasoned operatic pit band.
Audiences need to know what to expect: A menu of traditional offerings sprinkled, perhaps, with a night of operatic hits or new commissions.
Danai Gurira, playing Shakur’s mother, Afeni, reaches especially operatic heights.
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