scenically

ADVERB
  1. with respect to stage scenery
    scenically stunning
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How To Use scenically In A Sentence

  • Zunyi Medical College (ZMC), a key medical college at the provincial level in Guizhou Province, is located in Zunyi, a historically, culturally and scenically celebrated city.
  • scenically stunning
  • Island flavor is closer and cheaper than you think on Galveston Island, scenically located on the Gulf of Mexico just one hour from Houston.
  • The full Glyndebourne staging is scenically rich and elaborate; Kent and Brown make no attempt to re-create seventeenth century operatic moeurs but instead find modern versions of them.
  • Of course that production was a very far remove choreographically, scenically, and even esthetically from the Martins version.
  • It is as unspoilt and enchanting area as you could find anywhere, full of magic and mystery, rich scenically and full of hidden secrets to tempt the inquisitive traveller.
  • It was nearly a hundred years ago when Gordon Craig argued for a scenically founded theatre with a primary appeal to the eyes and ears.
  • Scenically speaking, this diversion was a delight.
  • Walking the Lidder Valley is scenically most rewarding, through forests of virgin pine, fording crystal-clear mountain streams and through meadows of wild-flowers.
  • It was, I felt, scenically enhanced by its proximity to the Dodder River, even though it was the cause of the water tidemarks on the internal walls, the area having flooded a few years back.
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