Having a powerful, expressive singing voice. (adjective)
Examples of word dramatic
The _dramatic monologue_ is a poem in which a dramatic situation is presented, or perhaps a story is told, by one speaker.
Mr. Holder said the crackdownâ€”a combination of arrests and stricter restrictions on how pain medication is dispersedâ€”is already having an effect, creating what he called a dramatic decline in oxycodone prescriptions and sales.
In discussing what he called "dramatic" steps already taken by the United States and international community, including sanctions against Libya, Carney said there is no timetable for further decisions.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Sunday, Jawad Fairooz, a senior lawmaker with Al Wefaq, stressed that despite what he called a "dramatic" crackdown by government forces against peaceful protesters, negotiations could begin as soon as foreign troops left Bahrain and the country's own military was pulled from the streets.
That's what we call dramatic irony, that the leader of the resistance relies on enemy tech to live.