Of the high hopes that characterize the Western Aliyah (immigration) souring so dramatically, so brutally.
I personally would have dramatically preferred private money.
In other words, the trajectories of the U.S. and China are moving in dramatically different directions.
Instead, the White House had planned to dramatically unveil the shift shortly before the Democratic convention.
It could dramatically improve quality of life in communities throughout the developing world.
The tone of the Captain's voice and the picture she had of him, dramatically discharging Ed, were irresistible.
dramatically it was a flawless performance; intellectually it was masterful.
A hurried whispered conversation ensued and made possible what dramatically followed.
Not slowly, not with warning, not dramatically or with trumpets.
The effect of this was dramatically exhibited without delay.
1580s, from Late Latin dramaticus, from Greek dramatikos "pertaining to plays," from drama (genitive dramatos; see drama). Meaning "full of action and striking display, fit for a drama" is from 1725. Dramatic irony is recorded from 1907. Related: Dramatical; dramatically.