Meaning of histrionically in English:

histrionically

Pronunciation /ˌhɪstrɪˈɒnɪkli/

Translate histrionically into Spanish

adverb

See histrionic

‘There wasn't much to do histrionically in that film.’
  • ‘‘It's an old, rooted habit,’ said Bonetti of his man's tendency to flop histrionically.’
  • ‘Still, if I'm going to be disordered, even temporarily, it may as well be histrionically.’
  • ‘Asita is cute, though not charming, and is histrionically capable of presenting a lover's role intensely.’
  • ‘I sputtered, gesturing histrionically at the sink while he rubbed his eyes and apologized.’