Definition of operatic in English:
1Relating to or characteristic of opera: operatic arias
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- The concert includes Mozart's Requiem, Missa Brevis, operatic arias and music for the Christmas season.
- Songs, arias, and operatic scenes are mixed together, and that works well too.
- Italian solo cantatas of the late 17th and early 18th centuries contained arias on the operatic model.
1.1Extravagantly theatrical; histrionic: she wrung her hands in operatic despair
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- There is a mastery at work that elevates it from yet another crime caper to something almost operatic in scope.
- His tempos were admirably unhurried - allowing the music to soar with almost operatic passion.
- While operatic in scale, everything in Anderson's screenplay has a natural ebb and flow to it.
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- We started discussing ideas from public life, government - things that I thought weren't very inspiring operatically.
- Appropriately enough, the production goes operatically awry.
- They could emote operatically and weep in the streets and threaten suicide.
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