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culminative

[ kuhl-muh-ney-tiv ]
/ ˈkʌl məˌneɪ tɪv /
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adjective Linguistics.

(of stress or tone accent) serving to indicate the number of independent words or the important points in an utterance by assigning prominence to one syllable in each word or close-knit group of words.

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Origin of culminative

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How to use culminative in a sentence

  • I have gathered a series of facts illustrative and demonstrative, by their culminative evidence.

  • It was the consensus of opinion that it would be madness to attempt arrest during the culminative ceremonies.

  • The culminative influences of hundreds of generations of civilization spoke in him here.

    Jan|A. J. Dawson
  • Thus is reached the culminative point in the course of the provision for the education of the deaf in America.

    The Deaf|Harry Best
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