The overseas portion of the tour is slated to begin this month in the Netherlands and will culminate in mid-December in Belgium.
There is no promise that the players will break into song to culminate the show ... but one can hope!
This will all culminate in a mini-series event called The Defenders.
Then, sooner or later, comes the sequence of disappointments which culminate in the longing for a fresh adventure.
And all science must culminate at last in the science of healing—not the weak, but the strong.
And "shopping" needs refreshment, and may culminate in relaxation.
All that terrible day seemed to culminate in this overwhelming misfortune.
When a star reaches the meridian in its course across the celestial sphere it is said to culminate or reach its culmination.
In them the antichristian might of the beast will culminate.
In these culminate the most exquisite finish, a thoroughly artistic and original form, and the most handsome material.
1640s, from Late Latin culminatus past participle of culminare "to top, to crown," from Latin culmen (genitive culminis) "top, peak, summit, roof, gable," also used figuratively, contraction of columen (see column). Related: Culminated; culminating.