Culminated [verb]

Definition of Culminated:

come to a climax

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Sentence/Example of Culminated:

The noise of his slumbers culminated in a sudden, choking grunt, and abruptly ceased.

He sympathized with that movement which, during his childhood, culminated in the Cavite Conspiracy (vide p. 106).

These misfortunes culminated in an appeal to his countrymen for subscriptions on his behalf in the musical papers.

These almost incessant wars culminated, so far as Brussels was concerned, in the bombardment of August, 1695.

And step by step, as the processes of capitalism culminated, this war increased in bitterness and intensity.

The conflict round the flag culminated in the smashing of a pane of glass in the chemist's window and instantly sank to peace.

In the introductory part of this work I have spoken of the misfortunes that befel Poland and culminated in the first partition.

Could I believe what I read in ever-growing astonishment which culminated in an excitement that stirred the very hair on my head?

Has the morality of the nineteenth century culminated in this, that a mere compact can convert vice into virtue?

On a recent evening we had a tête-à-tête which culminated in the utter surprise.