culminating

[ kuhl-muh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF culminating

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When he had said it, he took a culminating pinch of snuff, and put his box in his pocket.

And then Mr. Gollop sat up and grinned with the culminating joy of the morning!

On November 3, the trouble in Colombia reached its culminating point.

The culminating point in his good fortune was reached in the following autumn.

This was the culminating point of anxiety with their friends.

It is not often that they will attain these culminating heights of spiritual exaltation.

All that he loved in poetry and nature, had in it something craggy and culminating.

To an independent, proud, and self-made man it was the culminating stroke.

We have said that the culminating incidents of the drama began on the night of the 26th.

It will be the latest chapter, climax and culminating point, of his perfidy!

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