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Definition of "dramatist" []

  • One who writes plays; a playwright. (noun)
  • A writer of plays; playwright (noun)

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Use "dramatist" in a sentence
  • "Yet the Washington-based dramatist is one of the country's leading comic playwrights, thanks to such fat and loopy hits as the musical "Crazy for You" and the evergreen "Lend Me a Tenor," the mashup of opera and mistaken identity that was revived on Broadway last year (and is nearly always playing somewhere)."
  • "At this point the faint suggestion you might be a self dramatist is announced sotto voce by the clarinet and the motif gathers to full orchestral grandeur as you proceed."
  • "It has been said that 'the business of the dramatist is to keep himself out of sight and to let nothing appear but his characters'."