melodramatically : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  as in a melodrama
    here, the hero is melodramatically reunited with the heroine
  • r  in an overly emotional manner
    she acted melodramatically when she called for help

  • At one point he melodramatically exclaimed; "I think I may be physically ill.
  • Finally, to shame the bureaucrats into action, John Robinette, honorary mayor of the isolated mountain town, melodramatically applied to the Soviet Union for foreign aid.
  • But that risk should in any case be carefully weighed against the danger that, by lurking melodramatically in the wings and croaking encouragement, we may let pass the best .
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  • God Save the Princess: Vanity Fair Cover Features Diana, Because Royal Dynasties Remain Top Priority
    Vanity Fair's September cover. Vanity Fair posted the cover of its September issue today. And guess who is featured? None other than Diana Spencer, "the people's princess" aka "The Grandmother Prince George Never Knew," as Vanity Fair melodramatically refers to her in the blog post. A brief synopsis of the cover story explains that it is actually about Diana's true love, who was apparently a ...
    July 30, 2013 - The New York Observer

  • Danny Boyle in The Australian
    We have overemphasised political reforms, sometimes melodramatically, but failed to deal in the same breath with youth unemployment, poverty, inequity and regional development imbalances, all which are part of agenda 4 and should be approached in... Kalonzo Musyoka Daily Nation Aug 21, 2009 62637 83482 melodramatically It's just burgeoning, there's huge opportunity, huge poverty, just sudden expansion and the characters you have to write melodramatically and coincidentally and passionately," Boyle says. "We tried to make, at every stop, whatever it was,...

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