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Definition of Climactically
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Literary usage of Climactically
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1. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1918)
"... have we redemption and renewal of life (Eph I7, Col 1" 213, Ro 321). of The long struggle between nature and spirit was concentrated climactically in ..."
2. An Introduction to Poetry: For Students of English Literature by Raymond Macdonald Alden (1909)
"... the structure is more directly progressive, the rime scheme being developed climactically and closing with the epigrammatic, summarizing couplet. ..."
3. Homer's Odyssey: Books I-IV by Homer, Bernadotte Perrin (1889)
"the poet uses three independent sents., and climactically prepares the way for the sad contrast in 181 f. See § 1 d. ..."
4. The Elements of Intellectual Philosophy. by Francis Wayland (1868)
"... the mind affected by one object would be less affected by another precisely similar, it becomea necessary to arrange every circumstance climactically, ..."
5. Critical and Exegetical Hand-book to the Epistle to the Romans by Heinrich August Wilhelm Meyer (1884)
"article was the less necessary, as the three adjectives used substantively exhaust one notion (that of moral good), and that climactically.' Ver. 3. ..."
6. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1908)
"... undertaken under the sanction of the Solemn League and Covenant, the items being arranged climactically in the order of ascending immediate importance. ..."