Such descriptions exert a hypnotic pull—and a climactic chapter in the decommissioned city hall station is a showstopper.
The climactic vote took place on Sabbath, when Lieberman, who is Orthodox, generally does not work.
When he chooses to cap a climactic chase seen with yet another baffling fall, we feel cheated.
At a climactic moment in the scene, Wilson realizes his cousin Ruggles is of mixed race.
After almost a day and a half, a police sniper killed Mohamed Merah during a climactic shootout.
The climactic character of their contents has already been pointed out, and nothing more need be said of it.
The silence lengthened until it became acute, epochal, climactic.
More and more moving is the climactic melody of regret with a blended song in large and little.
climactic of all the riders rode the cowboy, who lived with horse and herd.
The feeling was the same—sick revulsion and horror, such as would be felt at some climactic blasphemy.