Definition (Noun) Melodramatic or hysterical behaviour, typically intended to attract attention. Usually depreciative. In Context "Such histrionics, the account complained, were an affront to good taste and privacy." Harry S. Stout, The Divine Dramatist: George Whitefield and the Rise of Modern Evangelicalism, 1991.
Stephanie Whetstone2016-01-04T12:00:14-05:00histrionics (hĭs-trē-ŎN-ĭks)Stephanie Whetstone2016-01-04T12:00:14-05:00