Dramatize [verb]

Definition of Dramatize:

make a performance of

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Sentence/Example of Dramatize:

Such a large and various cast reflects the scope of a book whose project seems nothing short of dramatizing one of the world’s most unyielding conflicts in a way that shows all sides and takes none.

The goal is to dramatize the former president’s incitement role in a way that even GOP senators cannot avoid grappling with.

A plunge into this often-fatal inextricability is most fully dramatized by the novella that concludes the book.

Iceberg Slim is just one of the characters that each chapter uses to dramatize its arguments.

A covid-19 chart that’s been shared thousands of times is dramatizing just how well vaccines against the disease can work and how we might get out of pandemic hell.

Theater veterans Kamilah Forbes and Susan Kelechi Watson signed on to create a dramatized adaptation of Coates’ words after seeing their own experiences in his words.

The annual festivities and mysteries will be discussed together because both were intended to dramatize the same beliefs.

It was perfectly natural that he should stage his first love-affair, and when he was jilted that he should dramatize his despair.

Any author may reserve the right to translate or to dramatize his own work.

She did not even attempt to dramatize herself as the good angel.