Melodramatic sentence example

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  • You.ve always been a little melodramatic, Katherine.
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  • Isn't that a bit melodramatic?
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  • Her hoity-toity attitude and melodramatic bow on the way out of the elimination room has been featured numerous times on clip shows.
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  • The real title of this movie should be Batman the Action Soap Opera because most of the performances in this movie are bland at best, highly melodramatic and completely unnatural.
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  • While the movie is typically melodramatic, the passion and devotion of the students to their art and their team is not exaggerated at all.
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  • Whilst it might seem a touch melodramatic, there is certainly no shortage of passion on the field.
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  • That may be a bit melodramatic, but the fact is people get attached to their phones and accustomed to the easy access it gives them to the people in their lives.
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  • It is not uncommon to see a Bollywood actor invoke God (or any of various Hindi gods), be tempted by the Devil, or speak of love in the most melodramatic of terms.
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  • Don't you think that's getting a little melodramatic?
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  • He was beginning to feel melodramatic about the whole thing, as if he were playacting one of Fred's grade "B" thrillers.
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  • The overblown operatic style and melodramatic tempo changes epitomized a style lampooned by rock critics as pomp rock.
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  • I wrote a lot of very lurid, melodramatic stories about people being trapped by the tide and swept away by whirlpools.
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  • Middleton manages to craft tunes that are both heartbreaking and life affirming, without being overly melodramatic.
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  • In an earlier version of this entry, I was rather melodramatic about this.
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  • Without wishing to be too melodramatic about the issue, the role that you can play in this is also crucial.
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  • Even the accompanying background music seemed melodramatic to me, sort of over-indulgent, in a way.
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  • In A the language is trying too hard, perhaps, to be dramatic and becomes melodramatic.
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  • In both cases, neither Benigno nor Marco gets melodramatic about it, they're simply stating a fact.
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  • Here as usual, Fish's rather stagey relish for the melodramatic theoretical gesture leads him astray.
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  • It also has this melodramatic voice-over which tells the story.
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  • The record of his last moments by La Touche is rather melodramatic and is certainly not above suspicion.
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  • Here as usual, Fish 's rather stagey relish for the melodramatic theoretical gesture leads him astray.
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  • Geraldo is somewhat melodramatic, hurling his arms about like an Italian explaining there's a bomb in the windmill.
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  • Telramund, again, is no ordinary operatic villain; there is genuine tragedy in his moral ruin; and even the melodramatic Ortrud is a much more life-like intrigante than might be inferred from Wagner's hyperbolical stage-directions, which almost always show his manner at its worst.
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  • The duchy of Berg, along with the eastern part of Cleves and other annexes, now went to Murat, brother-in-law of Napoleon (March 1806); and that melodramatic soldier at once began to round off his eastern boundary in a way highly offensive to Prussia.
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