Drama and Show


Drama noun - The public performance of plays.
Usage example: he has been interested in drama from the first time he ever saw a play
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Synonyms for Drama

Show is a synonym for drama in play topic. In some cases you can use "Show" instead a noun "Drama", when it comes to topics like performance, art, entertainment, acting.


Show noun - An outward and often exaggerated indication of something abstract (as a feeling) for effect.

Drama is a synonym for show in play topic. You can use "Drama" instead a noun "Show", if it concerns topics such as performance, art, entertainment, entertainment event.

Nearby Words: showy, showed, showing, showcase, shown

How words are described

live live drama live show
good good drama good show
best best drama best show
typical typical drama typical show
Other adjectives: original, light, popular, actual, real, great, serious, little, dark, main, new, early, political, short-lived, daytime.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / America's Next Top Model Joker Immunity: One criticism on the show is that girls with bad attitude are kept around regardless of performance only to create drama for the show.
  • The English dub of Revolutionary Girl Utena is kinda dorky, and often sounds like a high school drama club performance (Nanami especially), but somehow it seems to work in the show's favor, adding to the general strangeness of the show.
  • In-universe example in season 3 of Friends: Joey has a role in a play and the rehersals show it as a gritty slice-of-life drama about a couple breaking up.
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