Stagy

Definition of Stagy

Sta´gy   Pronunciation: stā´jŷ
a.1.Having an air or manner characteristic of the stage; theatrical; artificial; as, a stagy tone or bearing; - chiefly used depreciatively.

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actor-proof, affected, all-star, artificial, ballet, balletic, cinematic, cinematographic, dramatic, dramatical, dramaturgic, film, filmic, ham, hammy, histrionic, insincere, la-di-da, legitimate, maniere, mannered, melodramatic, milked, monodramatic, movie, operatic, overacted, overdone, overplayed, pretentious, scenic, spectacular, stagelike, stageworthy, starstruck, stellar, theaterlike, theatrical, thespian, thrown away, underacted, underplayed, unnatural, vaudevillian
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