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Definition of "scenical" [scenical]

  • Dated form of scenic. (adjective)

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Use "scenical" in a sentence
  • "HAMMER: And you make a great point, Ken, and I have to say, I have actually become scenical."
  • "Covetousness cracks the sinews of faith, numbs the apprehension of anything above sense; and only affected with the certainty of things present, makes a peradventure of things to come; lives but unto one world, nor hopes but fears another: makes their own death sweet unto others, bitter unto themselves, brings formal sadness, scenical mourning, and no wet eyes at the grave."
  • "Use honest and chaste sports, scenical shows, plays, games;"
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