- scenery ► NOUN 1) the natural features of a landscape considered in terms of their appearance. 2) the painted background used to represent a place on a stage or film set.
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Scenery — Scen er*y, n. 1. Assemblage of scenes; the paintings and hangings representing the scenes of a play; the disposition and arrangement of the scenes in which the action of a play, poem, etc., is laid; representation of place of action or occurence … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
scenery — (n.) decoration of a theater stage, 1774, earlier scenary (1690s); see SCENE (Cf. scene) + ERY (Cf. ery). Meaning a landscape or view, a pictorial scene is from 1777 … Etymology dictionary
scenery — [n] surroundings backdrop, decor, flat, flats, furnishings, furniture, landscape, mise en scène, neighborhood, properties, props, prospect, set, setting, spectacle, sphere, stage set, stage setting, terrain, view, vista; concepts 263,628 … New thesaurus
scenery — [sē′nə rē] n. pl. sceneries [< obs. scenary, scenic < LL scenarius < L scena, SCENE] 1. painted screens, backdrops, hangings, etc., used on the stage to represent places and surroundings in a play, opera, etc. 2. the general appearance… … English World dictionary
scenery — noun 1 features of the countryside ADJECTIVE ▪ lovely, nice, picturesque, pretty ▪ beautiful, breathtaking, dramatic, fantastic, gorgeous … Collocations dictionary
scenery — n. stage props 1) to setup scenery 2) to move, shift scenery 3) to dismantle scenery 4) stage scenery landscape 5) beautiful, majestic, picturesque; wild scenery 6) (misc.) (usu. fig.) a change of scenery * * * [ siːn(ə)rɪ] majestic picturesque … Combinatory dictionary
Scenery — Mont Scenery Mont Scenery Vue depuis le mont Scenery sur l île de Saba Géographie Altitude 877 m … Wikipédia en Français
scenery — [[t]si͟ːnəri[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT The scenery in a country area is the land, water, or plants that you can see around you. ...the island s spectacular scenery... Sometimes they just drive slowly down the lane enjoying the scenery. 2) N UNCOUNT In a… … English dictionary
scenery — At the beginning of the modernist era, wing and drop settings were still common, as was the use of stock scenery. The rise of the combination system meant that many companies traveled with their own scenery specific to the show, usually… … The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater
scenery — noun 1) the beautiful scenery of the Rockies Syn: landscape, countryside, country, terrain, topography, setting, surroundings, environment; view, vista, panorama; cityscape, townscape, roofscape; riverscape, seascape, waters … Thesaurus of popular words