[ UK /ˌɒpəɹˈætɪk/ ]
[ US /ˌɑpɝˈætɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of opera
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How To Use operatic In A Sentence

  • A compelling storyteller with many voices lyric, operatic and diaristic, Ms. Snyder is often provocative; occasionally didactic or off-key. The Lady of the Wild Things
  • Hopkins' hysteria was a sample of America's campus-based indignation industry, which churns out operatic reactions to imagined slights.
  • There's been an interesting mini-trend in operatic directing in the past few months: updating 19th-century comic operas to World War II settings. We'll Meet Again
  • In the last few years London has seen a variety of operatic styles in contemporary opera.
  • Away from the classroom, he plays for the college darts team and has joined the light operatic society. Times, Sunday Times
  • Barring any unexpected operatic plot twists down the road, the answer to all these queries is surely yes.
  • Roxie Hart is about as far away as one can get from the earnest soap operatics of Kitty Foyle.
  • Although Italian director Luchino Visconti was a pioneer of the grungy, grit-and-all filmmaking style called neorealism, he also loved all things grand and operatic. Express Milwaukee
  • Escape the tourists, and get lost in this grid of medieval streets which hide an operatic society and a lively arts scene. Times, Sunday Times
  • With some kinds of solo song, or even operatic aria, the accompaniment should be a mere background murmur.
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