Definition of "dramatise" [dramatise]

  • Alternative spelling of dramatize. (verb)

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Use "dramatise" in a sentence
  • "It didn't happen, so now they have to look back and dramatise scenes of 1970s rioting in the streets."
  • "Next, throwing a few German words into the pot – Zukunftmusik and Uberwachung are two favourites – to dramatise its foreignness along with an obligatory reference to the Holy Roman Empire or the 1,000-year Reich, the EU is written off as corrupt, reckless and rigid."
  • "Arnold Wesker's tremendous 1959 play expanded the frontiers of drama in that it was one of the first to seriously dramatise work."
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