Noun(1) a disappointing decline after a previous rise(2) a change from a serious subject to a disappointing one
(1) But it proved to be a damp squib and an anticlimax if ever there was one.(2) a sense of anticlimax and incipient boredom(3) the rest of the journey was an anticlimax by comparison(4) But for just about everyone who took part, it was a prolonged anticlimax - boring, uncomfortable and isolated.(5) I know what you're thinking - wow, that must have been incredible, you must have felt like a piece of you was made whole again - but to be honest it was an anticlimax .(6) After working with Stanley Kubrick for a couple of years, anything else would be an anticlimax .(7) Ten years down the road he decides to try his luck in the music business, which is an early anticlimax compared to the possibility of him producing big studio pictures, but I digress.(8) Of course, he was eventually to read the novel in its original Spanish, but as he was to describe it, the experience was a disappointing anticlimax .(9) I mean, a prom has to be an anticlimax after this.(10) After this, the sailors reacted to the anticlimax by disappearing.(11) The actual death of Bill was a bit of an anticlimax , but I still liked it, and the actual ending of the movie was pretty strong, particularly the speech about always being a killer, which casts a shadow over the happy ending.(12) The band's seventh album is by no means an anticlimax .(13) Reaching the peak of Badaling, after such a struggle, was quite an achievement for a man of 90 kilograms with wobbly legs, but such a feat quickly turns into an anticlimax .(14) We had good directional control, and the brakes seemed fine, but I was a little disappointed at the anticlimax of our adventure.(15) Sadly, the long-awaited replacement of the floodlight bulb - absent since September - proved an anticlimax , lasting only one week before it once more expired.(16) And I am glad to say that it was not an anticlimax , but more like being a child let loose in a sweet shop├ö├ç┬¬ the main problem being one of limited capacity and too much choice.
(1) anticlimax :: 竜頭蛇尾
1. letdown ::
2. disappointment ::
3. comedown ::
4. nonevent ::
5. bathos ::
Different Formsanticlimax, anticlimaxes
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