Examples of stagy in a Sentence
an artificial and stagy manner
a motivational speaker whose stagy presentations motivate some listeners to head for the nearest exit
Recent Examples of stagy from the Web
Although the action, set in the early 1900s, unfolds almost entirely in and around a Russian lakeside estate, the film rarely feels static or stagy, with enough brisk editing, active camerawork and intimate framing to make for satisfying cinema.
Painted in Day-Glo colors and shot in less than a month in Budapest, the movie has a stagy stiffness that grows more irritating by the minute.
The upshot is a headlong final act that aims at stark political theater but at times comes off as only stagy.
Youngest sister Rose (a sympathetic if sometimes stagy Carina Lastimosa), who lost a fiance to the war, is more directionless and haunted by the past.
Riggs’ book — along with all its sequels — has soared in popularity through the combination of whimsy and stagy nostalgia that fuels so much of the young-adult lit craze.
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STAGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stagy for English Language Learners
: looking or seeming like something from a performance on a stage rather than something natural
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