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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdenouementde‧noue‧ment /deɪˈnuːmɒŋ $ ˌdeɪnuːˈmɑːŋ/ noun [countable] formal  EXPLAINthe exciting last part of a story or play The plot takes us to Paris for the denouement of the story.
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denouementMischievously, he rounds off his account of the trial with a denouement of his own.Jacinta is once again feeling rejected and persecuted when an unexpected turn in events brings about a happy denouement.By midafternoon the drama had reached its denouement.In that story there is no denouement, just the relish in the fray itself.There was the opening trauma, the suspects, the who-done-it, and even a form of denouement.Deaths and disclosures, universal and particular, denouements both unexpected and inexorable, transvestite melodrama on all levels including the suggestive.Some months later, came the denouement.
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