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to be dramatic with a touch of drasticness; to be dramatic and drastic at the same time.
Dramastic measures had to be taken in order to insure justice.
by bread infection October 24, 2005
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A combination of the words "dramatic" and "drastic" it is used to characterize a response that is blown out of proportion and is very severe at the same time.
Getting locked out of your car and running across a busy highway and returning with a cinderblock which you then hurl through your windshield... That's dramastic.
by onegeek January 19, 2004
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1. A drasticly dramatic change.
2. Well, any change really.
1. When she started taking steroids there was a dramastic change in her vaginal bulge.
2. Man, the weather made a dramastic change...
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Gee honey, that was so dramastic, I need to change my brass diapers!!!
by sammy November 15, 2004
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When drastic just isn't enough. Extremely dire. Also 'dramasticly'
"This calls for dramastic measures!"

"You are dramasticly in need of help."
by Azrael June 15, 2003
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drastic adj. drama n. When used together you have two adjectives.
Glenn told the customer his auto part would be at the store in the morning. Barring any dramastics.
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Adj. - Describing an overstatement that is dramatically under-emphasized.

Adv. - Dramastically
To say that Shaquille O'Neal is only slightly taller than an Umpa Loompa is quite dramastic.

New York City is only dramstically more populated than an average mid-west city.
by Nick Wilson & James Gatewood February 29, 2008
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