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 Emmy Award-winning series reached its Season 2 finish line on Wednesday in climactic fashion.
One of the film’s most upsetting (and climactic) scenes occurs against the backdrop of the mansion’s excesses.
On many teams, that would have been a mere plot twist, not the climactic chapter.
Everyone acted so civilly this time, from LeBron James with a simple statement to the greater sports world with its anger on mute, that this latest move seemed expected more than surprising, dramatic but equally anti-climactic.
Most significantly, at the climactic moment, Kirk can’t bring himself to let Edith die.
After victimizing Argentine icon Lionel Messi from 12 yards in the climactic moment of Saturday’s riveting 1-1 draw, Iceland goalkeeper Hannes Halldórsson victimized an Argentine reporter.
The episode builds to a climactic moment in which Commander Waterford (Joseph Fiennes) unveils a brand new building he's worked on tirelessly for months.
Even what should be a climactic moment leaves us both unpersuaded and unmoved.
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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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