Scene and Stage

Scene

Scene noun - The place and time in which the action for a portion of a dramatic work (as a movie) is set.
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Synonyms for Scene

Stage is a synonym for scene in place topic. In some cases you can use "Stage" instead a noun "Scene", when it comes to topics like arena, art, site, setting of a performance or event. popular alternative

Nearby Words: scenery, scenic

Stage

Stage noun - Any scene regarded as a setting for exhibiting or doing something.
Usage example: "All the world's a stage"--Shakespeare
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Synonyms for Stage

Scene is a synonym for stage in place topic. You can use "Scene" instead a noun "Stage", if it concerns topics such as art, arena, theater life. popular alternative

Nearby Words: stagy, staged, staging, stager, stagey

How words are described

full full scene full stage
long long scene long stage
particular particular scene particular stage
similar similar scene similar stage
Other adjectives: short, following, certain, original, single, actual, entire, big, new, early, major, given, final, later, next, last, introductory, different, earlier, previous.
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