Climactic and Momentous

Climactic

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Climactic adjective – Of, relating to, or being a major turning point.
Usage example: the French Revolution is usually regarded as one of the climactic events in modern European history

Momentous and climactic are semantically related. in crucial topic. In some cases you can use "Momentous" instead an adjective "Climactic".
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Momentous

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Momentous adjective – Having great meaning or lasting effect.
Climactic and momentous are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Climactic" instead an adjective "Momentous".
Nearby Words: moment, momentum, momentously
Synonyms for Momentous

Things that words describes

event climactic event momentous event
moment climactic moment momentous moment
battle climactic battle momentous battle
events climactic events momentous events
Other nouns: battles, moments.
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