Actings [adjective]

Definition of Actings:

substituting in a role

Opposite/Antonyms of Actings:

Sentence/Example of Actings:

She’s best known for playing neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler on “The Big Bang Theory,” but the award-winning actress has a rich life outside of her acting career, as a teacher, mother — and a real-life neuroscientist.

The acting from the amazing ensemble cast is superb and Davies’ pitch-perfect casting displays a deep commitment to diversity.

Meghan had a successful acting career, primarily as a star of the cable series “Suits,” but Netflix said she doesn’t plan to return to performing.

Kling adds that Rahav—whose acting was “mature”—also expressed a level of naiveté that suited his character.

Coel’s acting education came in the form of weekly performances at London cafés until the playwright Ché Walker encouraged her to sign up for drama school.

The ruling came at the request of Gary Disbrow, acting director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority.

He did not once look back at her; his face seemed full of thought, his hands acting as it were mechanically.

It is not surprising after this to learn that some children are slow in seizing the representative character of acting.

The same is true when children play at being Indians or what not: they are not "acting" in the theatrical sense of the word.

We should infer also from some of the early stage plays, that the "players" used the weed even when acting their parts.