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Definition of Histrionically
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Literary usage of Histrionically
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1. Henry Irving's Impressions of America by Joseph Hatton (1884)
"I do not intend to bore you with any ideas of mine about my art, either histrionically or pictorially. My method, histrionically, is a very simple one. ..."
2. The Life of Henry Irving by Austin Brereton (1908)
"I do not intend to bore you," he said, " with any ideas of mine about my art, either histrionically or pictorially. My method, histrionically, is a very ..."
3. The Musical World (1882)
"On the first night she was somewhat exaggerated both vocally and histrionically. But this was probably the result of nervousness. At her second appearance ..."
4. The Life of Reason; Or, The Phases of Human Progress by George Santayana (1905)
"Even these, however, since they are parts of an infinite whole, the mystic may (histrionically, perhaps, yet zealously) undertake; but as his eye will be ..."