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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In climactic moments, his focused sound penetrated the orchestra with vigor.
Or the recording will get screwed up, accidentally fast-forwarding or prematurely ending before the climactic moment.
Despite the legendary status of the Falcon-Magluta syndicate, Gustavo Falcon’s change of plea before U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno seemed anti-climactic after years of life on the lam.
Triumphs and tragedies collide, along with idealism and disillusionment — and zombies — in a climactic battle, replete with explosions and collapsing buildings.
Over a series of e-mails, Lee described the Eagles’ playoff run as a climactic moment for the company, a fortuitous reward for years of hard work.
Parades on land and sea will continue each weekend through Feb. 9, when the Krewe of Selene celebrates its 20th anniversary with a climactic close to the 2018 Carnival season in Slidell.
Then there was the climactic title game with Georgia that included a 13-0 halftime deficit, a quarterback switch and an overtime that started with a huge sack of Tua Tagovailoa.
Both those fights ended in rather anti-climactic fashion, with Cormier getting the win.
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