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dramatic: striking, powerful, marked, radical; theatrical, exciting, thrilling, tense
There has been a dramatic increase in sales since Philip took over the department. I don't know what he has done, but it is working.

dramatically impressively, radically, in a dramatic way

The weather has changed dramatically in the last two hours.

a drama: a show, a play, a theatrical piece; an excitement, a crisis, a spectacle


  • "It was a year of thrills, laughs, suspense and drama, all directed by you, the amazing Gymglish studio audience!"
  • "Such passion, such drama, and above all, what beautiful language!"
  • "Dramatic music"
  • "Dramatic music."
  • "Subject: Baby Daddy Drama"
  • "As I get older, however, I must admit, my feelings on family have changed, rather dramatically in fact."
  • "Brian : Have I ever told you that's my favorite primetime drama series, sir?"
  • "Sales figures dropped dramatically due to stiff competition from up-and-coming Delavigne Corp who increased its market share by 15%."
  • "If the company had been kind enough to authorize a direct flight, I would not have had to change my itinerary so dramatically."

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