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climaxes


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  climax 
 
  1  sense  of  climax 
 
  Sense  1 
  culminate,  climax 
  =>  crown,  top 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  climax 
 
  1  sense  of  climax 
 
  Sense  1 
  culminate,  climax 
  =>  crown,  top 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  climax 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  climax 
 
  1  sense  of  climax 
 
  Sense  1 
  culminate,  climax 
  =>  end  finish,  terminate,  cease 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  climax 
 
  climax  used  as  a  verb  is  very  rare  (polysemy  count  =  1) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  climax 
 
  Sense  1 
  culminate,  climax 
  =>  end  finish,  terminate,  cease 
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  Grep  of  noun  climax 
  anticlimax 
  climax 
  sexual  climax 
 
  Overview  of  noun  climax 
 
  The  noun  climax  has  5  senses  (first  3  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (2)  climax,  flood  tide  --  (the  highest  point  of  anything  conceived  of  as  growing  or  developing  or  unfolding:  "the  climax  of  the  artist's  career";  "in  the  flood  tide  of  his  success") 
  2.  (2)  climax,  culmination  --  (the  decisive  moment  in  a  novel  or  play;  "the  deathbed  scene  is  the  climax  of  the  play") 
  3.  (1)  orgasm,  climax,  sexual  climax,  coming  --  (the  moment  of  most  intense  pleasure  in  sexual  intercourse) 
  4.  climax  --  (the  most  severe  stage  of  a  disease) 
  5.  climax  --  (arrangement  of  clauses  in  ascending  order  of  forcefulness) 
 
  Overview  of  verb  climax 
 
  The  verb  climax  has  1  sense  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (2)  culminate,  climax  --  (end,  esp.  to  reach  a  final  or  climactic  stage;  "The  meeting  culminated  in  a  tearful  embrace") 
 
  Overview  of  noun  climax 
 
  The  noun  climax  has  5  senses  (first  3  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (2)  climax,  flood  tide  --  (the  highest  point  of  anything  conceived  of  as  growing  or  developing  or  unfolding:  "the  climax  of  the  artist's  career";  "in  the  flood  tide  of  his  success") 
  2.  (2)  climax,  culmination  --  (the  decisive  moment  in  a  novel  or  play;  "the  deathbed  scene  is  the  climax  of  the  play") 
  3.  (1)  orgasm,  climax,  sexual  climax,  coming  --  (the  moment  of  most  intense  pleasure  in  sexual  intercourse) 
  4.  climax  --  (the  most  severe  stage  of  a  disease) 
  5.  climax  --  (arrangement  of  clauses  in  ascending  order  of  forcefulness) 
 
  Overview  of  verb  climax 
 
  The  verb  climax  has  1  sense  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (2)  culminate,  climax  --  (end,  esp.  to  reach  a  final  or  climactic  stage;  "The  meeting  culminated  in  a  tearful  embrace")