Crisis and Showdown


Crisis noun - A time or state of affairs requiring prompt or decisive action.

Showdown and crisis are semantically related In some cases you can use "Showdown" instead a noun "Crisis".


Showdown noun - A hostile disagreement face-to-face.
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Synonyms for Showdown

Crisis and showdown are semantically related in confrontation topic. You can use "Crisis" instead a noun "Showdown".

How words are described

long long crisis long showdown
entire entire crisis entire showdown
real real crisis real showdown
massive massive crisis massive showdown
Other adjectives: big, great, huge, new, major, minor, next, coming, financial, nuclear, upcoming.

Both words in one sentence

  • Completely averted in The Black Fleet Crisis, and to a lesser extent the book Showdown at Centerpoint, which put the reader's perspective into civilian craft without the support of massive interstellar corporations, governments, militaries, or criminal syndicates.
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