Definition of Subclimaxes

1. subclimax [n] - See also: subclimax



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subclimaxes

subclause
subclauses
subclavian
subclavian arteries
subclavian artery
subclavian steal syndrome
subclavian vein
subclavians
subclerk
subclerks
subclimate
subclimates
subclimax
subclimaxes (current term)
subclinical
subclinical absence
subclinically
subclonal
subclone
subcloned
subclones
subcloning
subclump
subclumps
subcluster
subclustered
subclustering
subclusters

Literary usage of Subclimaxes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Plant Indicators: The Relation of Plant Communities to Process and Practice by Frederic Edward Clements (1920)
"With this must also go a realization of the fact that climax climates necessarily fall into subclimaxes, that a climate may vary greatly and inconsistently ..."

2. The Study and Practice of Writing English by Gerhard Richard Lomer (1914)
"NOTE: A story may contain several subclimaxes, in which the interest is at high tension, but these should all be subordinated to the grand climax associated ..."

3. The Study and Practice of Writing English by Gerhard Richard Lomer (1914)
"NOTE: A story may contain several subclimaxes, in which the interest is at high tension, but these should all be subordinated to the grand climax associated ..."

4. The Master of Appleby: A Novel Concerning Itself in Part with the Great by Francis Lynde (1902)
"The military situation, lately so critical for us, had reached and passed one of its many subclimaxes. Morgan's little army, with its prisoners still safe ..."

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