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Definition of Dramatical

Dramatical
Dramatic Dra*mat"ic, Dramatical Dra*mat"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?, fr. ?: cf. F. dramatique.] Of or pertaining to the drama; appropriate to, or having the qualities of, a drama; theatrical; vivid. The emperor . . . performed his part with much dramatic effect. --Motley.

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- Dramatical Murder (ドラマティカル マーダー, Doramatikaru Mādā, stylized as DRAMAtical Murder) is a ****anese BL visual novel developed and published by Nitro+chiral...
- soundtrack and a drama CD titled Welcome to Dramatical Tea Shop Cyan Moon (ドラマティカル喫茶 ・ シアンムーンへようこそ, Dramatical Kissa Cyan Moon he Yōkoso), a special OVA...
- Look up dramatic in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Dramatic may refer to: Drama, a literary form involving parts for actors Dramatic, a voice type classification...
- Dramatic theory is a term used for works that attempt to form theories about theatre and drama. Examples of ancient dramatic theory include Aristotle's...
- Dramatic conventions are the specific actions and techniques the actor, writer or director has emplo**** to create a desired dramatic effect/style. A dramatic...
- Nitro+chiral released their fourth game, Dramatical Murder, in 2012. A fan disc of Dramatical Murder called Dramatical Murder re:connect and featuring additional...
- Dramatic structure (also known as dramaturgical structure) is the structure of a dramatic work such as a book, play, or film. There are different kinds...
- Dramatic Chipmunk is a viral Internet video. The video is a five-second clip of a prairie dog (erroneously referred to as a chipmunk) turning its head...
- A dramatic soprano is a type of operatic soprano with a powerful, rich, emotive voice that can sing over, or cut through, a full orchestra. Thicker vocal...
- the dramatic mode has been contrasted with the epic and the lyrical modes ever since Aristotle's Poetics (c. 335 BC)—the earliest work of dramatic theory...