Definition of dramatic:
melodramatic, opposite, exotic, bodacious, style, outstanding, exhilarating, surprise, stagy, theatrical, remarkable, impressive, salient, catchy, Thespian, alive, prominent, enthralling, amazing, fast, eye-catching, conspicuous, performing arts, pronounced, method acting, commanding, grand, dramaturgic, surprising, brilliant, dark, astonishing, bold, bombastic, kenspeckle, marked, operatic, acting, rep, thrilling, on, compelling, noisy, in, trophy, exciting, grabby, eventful, hammy, staggering, climactic, striking, moving, excite, go up, spectacular, earth-shattering, bling, grandly, histrionical, arresting, emphatic, dramaturgical, extraordinary, phenomenal, flash, unexpected.
- dramatic (part of speech: adjective)
ostentatious (part of speech: adjective)
- "At Large", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- "Courts and Criminals", Arthur Train.
- "Reminiscences of Anton Chekhov", Maxim Gorky Alexander Kuprin I. A. Bunin.