In the scenic town of Siena, the resident mortal remains take an even more morbid turn.
The only catch—he never mined a thing and the tunnel led to a scenic ledge.
I do tons of writing that is not yet scenic but more schematic.
From stellar seafood to scenic vistas, there's not much to dislike about America's city on a hill.
Together, the different pieces weave an intricate tale that is both intense and scenic.
No matter where, and no matter how; Nan cared nothing for scenic arrangements.
To the Roman, the scenic and histrionic were the vital features of a production.
Succeeding canyons bear names designating their scenic or geologic character.
The scenic setting of an old Roman palace captivates the stranger.
It is a replica, a poor one it is true, of Pekin's masterpiece, but quite pretty from a scenic point of view.
1620s, "of or belonging to the stage or drama, theatrical," from French scénique (14c.) and directly from Latin scaenicus "dramatic, theatrical," from Greek skenikos, from skene (see scene). Meaning "of or belonging to natural scenery" is recorded from 1842. Of roads, etc., "offering fine views," recorded since 1885. Scenic railway is recorded from 1886. Related: Scenically.