Definition of Theatricalized

1. Verb. (past of theatricalize) ¹



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Definition of Theatricalized

1. theatricalize [v] - See also: theatricalize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theatricalized

theatrical producer
theatrical production
theatrical prop
theatrical role
theatrical season
theatricalise
theatricalised
theatricalises
theatricalising
theatricalism
theatricalisms
theatricalities
theatricality
theatricalization
theatricalize
theatricalized (current term)
theatricalizes
theatricalizing
theatrically
theatricalness
theatricals
theatrick
theatrics
theatrocracy
theatromania
theatrophobia
theatrophone
theave
theaves
thebacon

Literary usage of Theatricalized

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1. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"... headway and strength, brought to it a gentle radicalism, a calm and cultured honesty; Joaquin Miller, rushing to the other extreme, theatricalized and ..."

2. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"... to it a gentle radicalism, a calm and cultured honesty; Joaquin Miller, rushing to the other extreme, theatricalized and exaggerated all he touched. ..."

3. Mrs. Fiske: Her Views on Actors, Acting, and the Problems of Production by Alexander Woollcott (1917)
"If as author, producer, director, or actor you become theatricalized, you are lost. The chance to do the fine thing may pass your way, but it is not for you ..."

4. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"... theatricalized— it is revolutionary in the sense that Ella Wheeler Wilcox is revolutionary; it is daring in the sense that an illustrated advertisement ..."

5. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"lated the basic elements of this same theme adroitly and with a show of cool reason, Stanley has merely theatricalized it and, by inoculating it with an ..."

6. The Urban Condition: Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"The former was highly theatricalized and "civilized," while the latter was taken to be "natural" (in the sense of corresponding to the nature of the human ..."

7. Germany and the Germans from an American Point of View by Price Collier (1913)
"In a statue to him they have travestied the virtues he expounded, slain the ideal of the Christ he preached, theatricalized the least theatrical of ..."

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