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verb as in come to a climax

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Finally, in an attempt to be sure that the targeted audience was being reached, an event culminating the work on this project was held virtually.

The frenzy culminated last summer with the release of streaming behemoth “7 Summers,” a track about a long-lost ex that Wallen didn’t even initially plan to include on his album.

“It culminated in the type of civil unrest we saw two weeks ago,” Iqbal said.

Instead, he trained for another four-year “quad” culminating in Beijing 2008, where he won another gold in the 800-meter freestyle relay — his second gold, to go with one silver and two bronzes.

A year-long dispute between franchise legend Trent Williams and the organization’s new regime culminated in Washington trading Williams to San Francisco for two draft picks.

This will all culminate in a mini-series event called The Defenders.

There is no promise that the players will break into song to culminate the show ... but one can hope!

The overseas portion of the tour is slated to begin this month in the Netherlands and will culminate in mid-December in Belgium.

And if the Greek philosophy did not culminate in him, yet he laid down those principles by which only it could be advanced.

What was more natural than that their friendship should culminate in a deeper feeling!

As we know from the book of Revelation this present age will culminate in the formation of Babylon the Great.

Man's aim is to culminate; but it is the saddest thing in the world to feel that we have accomplished it.

During the following night, internal troubles assumed the first definite shape of that in which they were soon to culminate.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to culminate, such as: cap, climax, conclude, end up, round off, and terminate.

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