overdramatic


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overdramatic

(ˌəʊvədrəˈmætɪk)
adj
excessively dramatic
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The quirky song is all about Diljit Dosanjh character Arjun Patiala trying to allure Kriti who is playing the role of an overdramatic journalist in the flick.
Co-ordinating your bag, shoes and belt with the exact shade of your dress is a little overdramatic. Instead, try picking a contrasting colour.
Henderson said the Asian patient was 'overdramatic' with his symptoms and was exhibiting 'dying p**i syndrome', the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service heard.
But that interesting thread of young girls wanting more than relationships isn't explored and the film trundles down a familiar, overdramatic route.
The author and academic Hans Rosling called this the "overdramatic world view", describing such a narrative as "stressful and misleading".
Similarly, overdramatic and sensationalist headlines such as the "the deadliest mass shooting ever" should not be used.
Similarly, overdramatic and sensationalist headlines such as "the deadliest mass shooting ever" should not be used.
Anything that is dramatic grabs our attention, giving us an overdramatic world view.
If that seems overdramatic take a look at the forearm smash by St Mirren's Paul McGinn inflicted on to Dundee United's Cammy Smith last weekend and ask how a governing body can interpret that not as a red-card offence.
Narrated by Ella, who is increasingly unlikeable and sometimes cruel, the novel initially appears to be a supernatural suspense but quickly moves to a contrived plot with overdramatic and implausible character actions and events.
The Roslings call this bias an "overdramatic worldview" and recommend a "fact-based worldview."
True, with the Moon close to Mars, the tendency is to be a little overdramatic today.