The highest point; the greatest degree.
High point of dramatic action, where all its elements come to focus as the protagonist faces the antagonist in the ultimate confrontation.
the peak or turning point of the action in a story, just before the main conflict is resolved
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the turning point or height of a series of actions.
The point of highest action and suspense in a story.
The climax of a story, novel, or play is the high point of interest or suspense. The events that make up the rising action lead up to the climax. The events that make up the falling action follow the climax.
n. the highest point of interest or excitement in a play, a novel or a movie.
a point of high emotional intensity, the crisis or turning point in a drama or story. With a tightly constructed plot, there is often one major climax, but in works with an episodic structure there may be a series of climaxes of varying intensities.
Point when parties encounter a moment of truth, face dilemmas and are emotionally inspired to change their own or others' positions, stated intentions, beliefs or preferences. In this way they reframe the common reference frame.
The turning point in a play.
The point of highest tension in a play, when the conflicts of the play are at their fullest expression.
The turning point or high point in a plot ( SS 555, SG 165).
the decisive moment in a novel or play; "the deathbed scene is the climax of the play"
the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse
a high point of intensity
a high point of physical or emotional action
a point of maximal intensity, whether of a phrase, a section, or a whole movement
Bringing dramatic accumulation to a head.
The moment of greatest intensity in a story, usually the point where the central character/protagonist faces and deals with the consequences of all his/her actions.
the turning point of plot in fiction or drama
The high point , or turning point, in a story—usually the most intense point near the end of a story. See Plot, Conflict, Rising action, Resolution
high point of interest or suspense in a story; point where the rising action reverses and becomes the falling action of the story
the turning point in the conflict of a story, usually the high point in terms of tension.
is the point in a story when the problem or conflict takes a definite turn toward solution, often called the "high point" or the "turning point" of the story.
The turning point in the action of a drama; in tragedy, it is usually the moment that the tragic protagonist loses the initiative and the momentum and the drama turns from success to failure (see Peripeteia); in comedy, it is usually the moment that the comic protagonist gains the initiative or a chance occurrence turns the action from misfortune to fortune.
The moment of greatest intensity in a work of fiction; the point to which the story has been building from the outset.
That point of greatest emotional intensity, interest, or suspense in a narrative.
To achieve the high point of sexual activity. Often refers to ejaculation by the male
the moment of highest tension or suspense in a play; the turning point after which all action moves to a resolution.
the "answer" to the dramatic question.
also called the turning point, the third part of plot structure, the point at which the action stops rising and begins falling or reversing.
the point of highest intensity, catharsis, and suspense just before a resolution.
the point in a story or film in which the central character/protagonist faces and deals with their consequence of all their actions.
Dramatic decisive turning point of the action, the highest moment of conflict.
the decisive moment in a drama, the climax is the turning point of the play to which the rising action leads. This is the crucial part of the drama, the part that determines the outcome of the conflict. Example: The climax of Othello is when he openly accuses her of infidelity and refuses to listen to her pleas of innocence because he is about to kill her.
the turning point in the plot, the moment toward which the story builds.
The action in the story line comes to a heightened tension as the plot unfolds. Usually found near the end of the story where some activity has to be resolved in the plot.
To reach the high point of sexual activity. Usually refers to male ejaculation
Moment of orgasm.
Also known as orgasm. When the body reaches the highest moment of sexual pleasure and excitement.
the turning point in a plot or dramatic action; a moment of great or culminating intensity in a narrative or drama, especially at the conclusion of a crisis
The point of highest dramatic tension or a major turning point in the action.
the turning point of the action; the moment when the action reaches its highest point of conflict or tension.
TO ACHIEVE THE HIGH POINT OF SEX ACTIVITY.
The climax of a narrative work is its point of highest tension or drama.