Synonyms of dramatic in English:

dramatic


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See Spanish definition of dramático

adjective

1‘dramatic art’

SYNONYMS
theatrical, stage, dramaturgical, thespian
show-business
informal showbiz
rare histrionic, theatric

2‘a dramatic increase in speed’

SYNONYMS
considerable, substantial, sizeable, goodly, fair, reasonable, tidy, marked, pronounced
noticeable, measurable, perceptible, conspicuous, obvious, detectable, visible, appreciable
significant, striking, signal, notable, noteworthy, worthy of attention, remarkable, outstanding, extraordinary, exceptional, phenomenal
important, of importance, of consequence, consequential
ANTONYMS

insignificant

3‘there were dramatic scenes in the capital's central square’

SYNONYMS
exciting, stirring, action-packed, sensational, spectacular, startling, unexpected, tense, suspenseful, rip-roaring, gripping, riveting, fascinating, thrilling, hair-raising, rousing, lively, animated, spirited, electrifying, impassioned, emotive, emotional, emotion-charged, moving, soul-stirring, powerful, heady
North American informal stem-winding
rare inspiriting, anthemic
ANTONYMS

boring

4‘dramatic rocky headlands’

SYNONYMS
striking, eye-catching, impressive, imposing, spectacular, breathtaking, dazzling, vivid, amazing, astounding, astonishing, surprising, staggering, stunning, sensational, awesome, awe-inspiring, remarkable, notable, noteworthy, distinctive, graphic, extraordinary, outstanding, incredible, phenomenal, unusual, rare, uncommon, out of the ordinary
ANTONYMS

unimpressive

5‘he flung out his arms in a dramatic gesture’

SYNONYMS
exaggerated, theatrical, ostentatious, actressy, stagy, showy, melodramatic, overacted, overdone, overripe, actorly, histrionic, affected, mannered, artificial, stilted, unreal, forced
informal hammy, ham, campy
ANTONYMS

natural, unaffected