culmination

[ kuhl-muh-ney-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF culmination

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And then her insolence reached its culmination in a query of her own: "Was his name Griggs?"

These had nearly reached their culmination in the middle of the fifteenth century.

The years 1516-18 may be called the culmination of Erasmus's career.

He was only the culmination of a great period of literature.

It was the great event of the day—the culmination of civilization in Kilronan!

It will be noted that the date of culmination is given in almost every case.

It is an outgrowth and culmination of instincts, a fusion of them into a new product.

The publication of this book marked the culmination of his literary career.

A short time after this episode, matters came to a culmination.

This was due to a great ethnological change which was then coming to its culmination.

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