[an-tee-klahy-mak-tik, -kluh-, an-tahy-]
- of, like, pertaining to, or expressing anticlimax.
Origin of anticlimactic
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Examples from the Web for anticlimactic
And the report is anticlimactic in political terms because the damage has been done.
Politically, this new report “clearing” Chris Christie is anticlimactic and largely irrelevant.
It would be disappointing and anticlimactic in the extreme if they broker a deal at this meeting they're having tonight at 6:00.The Nuclear Senate
July 15, 2013
The song was an anticlimactic ending to a shareholder meeting that had initially promised fireworks.Jamie Dimon to Shareholders: Suck It
May 21, 2013
The rest of the debate was only anticlimactic by comparison.Paul Begala: Newt Rampages, Romney Folds in South Carolina Debate
January 20, 2012
And all the journey back to Darth was as anticlimactic as that.The Pirates of Ersatz
Word Origin and History for anticlimactic
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