Dictionary of the word “Dodramatic”

Meaning of the word

The word “duodramatic” is an adjective that refers to something related to a drama or play that has only two characters.

Origin of the word

The word “duodramatic” originates in the Latin “duo” (two) and “dramatus” (dramatic), indicating the combination of two theatrical elements.

Word adverbs

There are no specific adverbs related to the word “duodramatic”.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “duodramatic”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “duodramatic” are: biblical, binary, double, dual, two characters.

Word Definitions

  1. Relative to a drama or play with only two characters.
  2. which involves only two people in a dramatic situation.

Phrases that the word applies

1. The play presented was duodramatic, with only two characters on the scene.

2. The intense dialogue between the two actors created a duodramatic atmosphere on the stage.

Examples of the word in text

The Dodramatic “Romeo and Juliet” is one of Shakespeare’s best known works.

The play “Waiting Godot” is a classic example of duodramatic theater.

Rhymes with the word

symbolic, comic, tragic, epic, metallic.

Anagrams with the word

no anagrams were found with the word “duodramatic”.

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