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
Recent Examples of climactic from the Web
The metallic hair trend has popped up on red carpets before; earlier this spring, Brie Larson showed up at the Met Gala with gold foils attached to her updo, sparking images of Belle during the climactic ballroom scene of Beauty and the Beast.
In Homecoming's climactic battle, on the other hand, the hero and villain are easily matched, and in the sky, Spider-Man's web slinging is nearly useless.
And given the way animation can suspend the laws of physics, the climactic dance-off between Gru and Bratt seems under-imagined.
Showrunner I. Marlene King recently spoke with TVLine about the climactic episode, confirming that fans will come away feeling satisfied — without any lingering questions.
Kristine DeLong is a paleoclimatologist at Louisiana State University, expert in the climactic upheavals of the past.
Kristine DeLong, a paleoclimatologist at Louisiana State University, is expert in the climactic upheavals of the past.
As the battle to shape America's health care system reaches a climactic moment, Oregon consumers are being asked to pick their poison.
Despite being the climactic match, both girls slayed in moderate amounts.
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Definition of climactic for English Language Learners
: most exciting and important : forming a climax
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