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climax definition

  • noun:
    • The point of best intensity or force in an ascending show or progression; a culmination. See Synonyms at summit.
    • a number of statements or tips in an ascending order of rhetorical force or intensity.
    • The final declaration this kind of a set.
    • a second of great or culminating strength in a narrative or drama, particularly the summary of a crisis.
    • The turning point in a plot or dramatic activity.
    • See orgasm.
    • A stage in ecological development where a residential area of organisms, especially flowers, is stable and capable of perpetuating itself. Also called climax neighborhood.
    • The point of best intensity or power in an ascending series; a culmination
    • The turning part of a plot or perhaps in dramatic activity, specifically one establishing a change in the protagonist's matters.
    • A stage of ecological development where a residential district of organisms, is steady and effective at perpetuating itself.
    • a climax.
    • : Ordering of terms in increasing order of importance or magnitude.
    • : Anadiplosis.
    • Upward motion; steady boost; gradation; ascent.
    • A figure where components of a sentence or paragraph are organized that each and every succeeding one rises above its predecessor in impressiveness.
    • the greatest point; the greatest degree.
    • In rhetoric, initially, these types of an arrangement of consecutive conditions that the last important word of one is duplicated because the very first crucial word of another; gathered epanastrophe; therefore (because this arrangement is typically adopted for the sake of graduated upsurge in force or emphasis), a figure through which some clauses or expressions is indeed arranged that all subsequently surpasses the preceding one in power of appearance or importance of meaning. See anticlimax.
    • In logic: A sorites, or string of reasoning.
    • The sophism called sorites (which see).
    • The highest point of power, development, etc.; the culmination; acme: since, he was then within orgasm of their fortunes.
    • probably the most serious phase of a disease
    • the decisive minute in a novel or play
    • arrangement of conditions in ascending order of forcefulness
    • as soon as of all intense satisfaction in sexual intercourse
    • the highest point of everything conceived of as growing or developing or unfolding
  • verb-transitive:
    • to carry to or achieve a climax.
  • verb:
    • to achieve or bring to a climax
    • To orgasm; to attain climax
    • end, particularly to attain your final or climactic stage
  • others:
    • to achieve the highest point or orgasm; culminate.
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