Examples of climactic in a Sentence
At the climactic moment, the main character of the novel finds herself face to face with the thief.
the movie's climactic chase scene
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Another dramatic obstacle came while Carrey was filming one of the climactic final scenes—in which his character manages to escape cameras, overcome his fear of water, and jump into a boat.
There’s no such narrative punctuation in The Eagle and the Hawk (screening on Friday 6/8 and Saturday 6/9), though Inoue generates a sense of spectacle in a rousing climactic set piece shot during an actual typhoon.
The branching narratives really come to a head in the third act, in a climactic scene that brings all the disparate plot threads together and throws a dizzying array of meaningful choices at the player in quick succession.
The climactic scene started with a knock on the door of an expansive suite at the W Hotel in Manhattan’s Times Square.
And who, having heard the rest — the coke-snorting billionaire bad guy, the climactic battle, the many dystopian flights of fancy — could resist helping Riley get the thing up on screen?
The climactic battle takes up nearly half of the movie, with multiple story beats happening just within that fight.
During the climactic battle in which the villagers storm the castle, Le Fou becomes pinned to the ground, and despite his cries for help, Gaston doesn't come to his aid.
Just before the song wrapped, host Kelly Clarkson came out to take a climactic line on the chorus.
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CLIMACTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of climactic for English Language Learners
: most exciting and important : forming a climax
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