dramedy or dra·ma·dy [drah-muh-dee, dram-uh‐] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural dra·me·dies.

  1. a television program or series using both serious and comic subjects, usually without relying on conventional plots, laugh tracks, etc.

Origin of dramedy blend of drama and comedy Examples from the Web for dramedy Contemporary Examples of dramedy

  • The network has been pushing its specific brand of dramedy programming (and action-comedies).

    The Summer’s Best TV

    Jace Lacob

    September 2, 2010

  • British Dictionary definitions for dramedy dramedy noun plural -dies

    1. a television or film drama in which there are important elements of comedy

    Word Origin for dramedy C20: from dram (a) + (com) edy

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