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culminate
used in The Age of Innocence

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reach the highest or most decisive or final stage
  • There was no one whom she liked as much, no one whom she trusted as completely, and the culminating "lark" of the whole delightful adventure of engagement and marriage was to be off with him alone on a journey, like a grownup person, like a "married woman," in fact.
    Chapter 19 (80% in)

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