|act a part in a play, act in a particular manner, act in jest, action during a game, action or move in a game, assign or have a position on field, compete against, direct light or water, dramatic composition or production, dramatic performance; game; e...||play|
|act in an excessively emotional or sentimental manner, make more dramatic||hoke|
|act of exploding, detonation; sound of a detonation; outburst (of laughter, anger, etc.); sudden increase, bursting or shattering of something, dramatic increase, intense display, plosion, sudden appearance, sudden burst of emotion, sudden noisy releas...||explosion|
|act of speaking to oneself; dramatic or literary form in which the character speaks to himself or to the audience; speech made by one who is by himself, monologue, section in play, talking when alone||soliloquy|
|actor, dramatic; affected, artificial, marked by artificial emotion, relating to theater||theatrical|
|alcohol, drink alcoholic beverages; supply with alcoholic beverages, drink heavily, drunkard; alcoholic beverage, liquor, growing vigorously, heavy drinker, in a dramatic style, luxuriant, growing in abundance (of plants, etc.); full of plant growth, o...||lush|
|apparatus; trick, scheme; hardware component which can send or receive data (Computers), bomb, emblem or motto, literary or dramatic tool, ornamental design, ploy, tool or machine||device|
|architectural ornamentation, brief elegant characterization of a scene or a person (in written, musical, or dramatic form); picture that fades at the edges without a defined border; decorative illustration in various places in a book (e.g. beginning or...||vignette|
|area in a theater, classify phases of disease, detachable rocket unit, dramatic profession, elevation of a river surface, organize a performance for the public, organize event, part of journey, present; carry out, execute, period of development of an o...||stage|
|arena, stadium, playhouse, drama as art or profession, dramatic quality, for use in theater of operations, land that rises in steps, operating theater, place for plays, place of significant events, place where movies are shown, room with tiers of seats...||theater|
|artificial, done for effect, artificial; theatrical, overly dramatic, stagey||stagy|
|artist who uses light and shade for dramatic effect (in a picture or painting)||chiaroscurist|
|artistic representation, description of myths; collection of myths; expression of myths (dramatic, plastic etc.), volume of myths||mythography|
|artistic use of light and shade, claire-obscure, method of depicting light and shade in a picture, use of light and shade to create dramatic effect (in a picture or painting)||chiaroscuro|
|ascription of particular meaning, establishment of meaning, explanation, elucidation; oral translation from one language to another; particular dramatic rendition of a character; way in which something can be interpreted, performance of something||interpretation|
|caused by electricity, involving the application of electricity, of or pertaining to electricity; operating on electricity; producing electricity; dramatic, full of excitement, relating to electric functioning||electrical|
|charger, horse used in battle; veteran soldier; person who has taken part in many conflicts or controversies (Informal); musical or dramatic piece that has been done so many times as to become commonplace, horse in battle, standard work, survivor of a ...||warhorse|
|clutch of eggs, environment, time and place of the action in a book (or film, etc.); set, scenery used in a dramatic production; complete set of tableware for one person; arrangement, position; melody accompanying a poem; frame in which a gem is set; (...||setting|
|concerned, worried, defeat unexpectedly, disordered, disturb order, disturbance, disruption; disagreement, disturbed or sad, dramatic change, emotional or physical disturbance, make somebody unhappy, nauseate, overturned, rivet, thicken rivet end, tool...||upset|
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