How Do You Spell SCENE?

Correct spelling for the English word "scene" is [s_ˈiː_n], [sˈiːn], [sˈiːn]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for SCENE

Below is the list of 351 misspellings for the word "scene".

Similar spelling words for SCENE

Plural form of SCENE is SCENES

Definition of SCENE

  1. Stage of theatre(archaic; still in fig. use quit the s., esp.=die), place on which something is exhibited as on the stage(this world is a s. of strife); place in which events set forth in drama or tale are supposed to occur, locality of event, (the s. is laid in India; the s. of the disaster was the North Sea); portion of a play during which action is continuous or(esp. of French plays) in which no intermediate entries or exits occur, subdivision(or rarely the whole) of an act, (in the third s. of Act II; Act II. s. III. I. 220; the famous duel s.; carpenter-s.), (transf.) description with more or less abrupt beginning& end of an incident or part of person\'s life &c. (ss. of clerical life, from a gold-field, &c.), actual incident that might occasion such description(distressing ss. occurred), agitated colloquy esp. with display of temper(now don\'t make a s.); any of the pieces of painted canvas, woodwork, &c., used to help in representing s. of action on stage, or whole of these together(behind the ss., among the stage machinery or the actors off the stage, usu. fig. = having information not accessible to the public; carpenter-s.; ss. painted by —; set s., made up of many parts fitted together; drop-scene), (transf.) landscape or view spread before spectator like s. in theatre(a silvan, desolate, s.; a s. of destruction; change of s., variety of surroundings esp. secured by travel); s.-dock, space near stage where ss. are stored; s.-painter, -ting, of theatre ss.; s.-shifter, person helping to change ss. in theatre. [Latin]

Anagrams of SCENE

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Usage Examples for SCENE

  1. The first love- scene has a story of its own to me. - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers" by Georg Ebers
  2. Mrs. Preston stood near the scene, with Madge and Phil on either side of her. - "Madge Morton's Trust" by Amy D. V. Chalmers

What does scene stand for?

Abbreviation SCENE means:

  1. Severe Coronary Event Not Ending
  2. Rural Schools Curriculum Enhancement National Evaluation