Wordlover Wednesday: Histrionics

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Today’s wordlover word is…
Histrionics (his-tree-ON-iks)
Noun– Melodramatic or hysterical behavior calculated for effect.
Earliest documented use– 1824
Example– ” The notion that men can face adversity with stoicism while women are more likely to respond with histrionics is just one example of the gender stereotypes that permeate our culture”
Discover more about this word here:http://wordsmith.org/words/histrionics.html
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