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Definition of "scenes" []

  • The place where an action or event, real or imaginary, occurs (noun)
  • The setting for the action of a play, novel, etc (noun)
  • An incident or situation, real or imaginary, esp as described or represented (noun)
  • A subdivision of an act of a play, in which the time is continuous and the setting fixed (noun)
  • A single event, esp a significant one, in a play (noun)
  • A shot or series of shots that constitutes a unit of the action (noun)
  • The backcloths, stage setting, etc, for a play or film set; scenery (noun)
  • The prospect of a place, landscape, etc (noun)
  • A display of emotion, esp an embarrassing one to the onlookers (noun)
  • The environment for a specific activity (noun)
  • Interest or chosen occupation (noun)
  • The stage, esp of a theatre in ancient Greece or Rome (noun)
  • Plural form of scene. (noun)

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Use "scenes" in a sentence
  • "In a moment of artistic inspiration, Mr. Charney … began the process of taking digital photographs of certain scenes from the movie."
  • "Are they misspelling messages and words in scenes from the other side?"
  • "[Editors Note: Couldn't find the verbatim ending of Signs, but this video does contain scenes from the mentioned ending.]"