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1. histrionic

adjective. ['ˌhɪstriːˈɑːnɪk'] characteristic of acting or a stage performance; often affected.

Synonyms

  • melodramatic

Antonyms

  • undramatic

Etymology

  • histrionicus (Latin)
  • histrio (Latin)

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Rhymes with Histrionic

  • microelectronic
  • isoelectronic
  • telectronic
  • philharmonic
  • neoplatonic
  • flextronic
  • varitronic
  • ultrasonic
  • plantronic
  • planktonic
  • napoleonic
  • hydroponic
  • ganglionic
  • electronic
  • audiotronic
  • tranzonic
  • telephonic
  • synchronic
  • supersonic
  • respironic
  • propionic
  • polyphonic
  • panasonic
  • nucleonic
  • monophonic
  • medtronic
  • lasersonic
  • hypertonic
  • hypersonic
  • hyaluronic

How do you pronounce histrionic?

Pronounce histrionic as ˌhɪstriˈɑnɪk.

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Sentences with histrionic


1. Adjective
Present students with a list of personality disorders, such as histrionic disorder, and their main symptoms.

2. Noun, singular or mass
The harlequin bug (Murgantia histrionic) is one such stinkbug that can devastate a cabbage patch.

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