dramatic art

theatrical, thespian, stage, dramaturgical

a dramatic increase

considerable, substantial, significant, remarkable, extraordinary, exceptional, phenomenal

there were dramatic scenes in the city

exciting, stirring, action-packed, sensational, spectacular, startling, unexpected, tense, gripping, riveting, thrilling, hair-raising, lively

dramatic headlands

striking, impressive, imposing, spectacular, breathtaking, dazzling, sensational, awesome, awe-inspiring, remarkable

a dramatic gesture

exaggerated, theatrical, ostentatious, actressy, stagy, showy, melodramatic
insignificant, boring, unremarkable, unimposing, restrained

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