scenery

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Synonyms for scenery

Synonyms for scenery

the properties, backdrops, and other objects arranged for a dramatic presentation

Synonyms

Synonyms for scenery

the painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale

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Viewers flocked to see Shepherd chewing the scenery as domestic icon Martha Stewart in the May 20 television movie ``Martha Inc.
Sally Field is still chewing the scenery as Maggie, Abby's mentally-ill mother, but she achieves some lucidity tonight to offer her daughter some sound advice.
Best of all, though, was the re-emergence of Kathleen Turner, chewing the scenery as gold-digging Claudette, part Lady Macbeth part Serial Mom in her obsessive vision of the perfect qualities for a prince-snaring daughter.
It's a compelling tale with a convincing and engrossing performance from Crowe at its heart, while Pacino barks and storms around chewing the scenery to great effect.
Joe Lieberman was seen beating his breast and chewing the scenery, condemning Clinton as a lying despicable person, unworthy to hold the office of president.