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Definition of "dramatising" [dramatising]

  • Present participle of dramatise. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "dramatising" in a sentence
  • "A Liberal Democrat MP has tabled a motion in parliament accusing the BBC of 'dramatising' its reporting of the economic downturn engulfing the country."
  • ""dramatising" were practised were startlingly better in reading, in attentiveness, and in general power of expression, than the pupils of like social conditions in the same grades of other cities which I visited soon after, and in which the more conventional methods were exclusively used."
  • "The story Issie liked to tell was that her mother had left the children to go and apply her lipstick – which is straight out of A Handful of Dust – but Detmar disputes the veracity of this: Issie, too, could be self-dramatising."
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