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Climatic vs. Climactic – What’s the Difference?

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When you watch a movie, you will notice that the most exciting scene usually happens near the end. In this scene, the major conflict of the plot will probably be resolved, or perhaps left unresolved in such a way that accommodates several profitable sequels in the future.

One way to describe this exciting, important scene is with the word climactic. Climactic is sometimes confused with a similar word, climatic, which is spelled almost identically. Nonetheless, these words have different meanings and apply to entirely different contexts. There is no situation where climactic and climatic mean the same thing.

As a writer, it is important to know the difference between these words. You would not want to accidentally refer to a weather pattern instead of the climax of a movie, after all.

Continue reading to learn how to differentiate between these words.

What is the Difference Between Climatic and Climactic?

In this post, I will compare climactic vs. climatic. I will use each of these words in at least one example sentence, so you can see how they appear in context.

Plus, I will show you a memory tool that makes choosing climactic or climatic a little easier.

When to Use Climactic

definition of climatic definition of climactic definitionWhat does climactic mean? Climactic is an adjective . It means of or pertaining to the climax. The climax is the point of highest action or excitement in a story or other event.

Thus, climactic is used to describe the most exciting part of something. If it turns out to be a bit of a letdown, we might use its antonym anticlimactic instead.

For example,

  • The climactic scene in John’s favorite movie included a gunman riding a dragon into a wormhole.
  • The climactic event in the playoff race was, unfortunately, an injury to the team’s star player.
  • Could the climactic grand finale of “The Jinx” ultimately become fodder for Mr. Durst’s defense team? – The New York Times

Adjectives modify nouns by describing certain qualities about them. Something that is climactic could also be said to be exciting, important, or consequential, though none of these words is a direct synonym for anticlimactic.

define climactic define climatic

An outdated version of climactic is climacteric. Until the mid-20th century, this was the preferred spelling, but in the past 60 years or so, it has been completely supplanted by climactic in the sense of a pertaining to the climax.

The above chart graphs climatic vs. climactic in English books since 1800.

When to Use Climatic

What does climatic mean? Climatic is also an adjective, but its subject matter it vastly different from climactic.

Climatic means of or related to the climate. The climate, at least in this context, refers to large, atmospheric patterns that influence the weather.

Here are a few examples,

  • Crops may be ready to harvest earlier or later in the season, depending on climatic influences.
  • The earth has undergone a drastic climatic shift since the beginning of the industrial age.

Trick to Remember the Difference

climatic versus climacticClimactic and climatic are both adjectives, but they have different meanings.

  • Climactic refers to the climax of something.
  • Climatic describes weather patterns.

Since climactic has an extra C, and that is the first letter of the movie Casablanca, which has a climactic scene in an airplane hangar, you should always be able to remember that climactic refers to the climax of a story.

Summary

Is it climatic or climactic? Climactic and climatic are adjectives.

  • Climactic means of or relating to the climax of a story or event.
  • Climatic means of or relating to the weather.

The two words are not interchangeable, despite their similar spellings.

Contents

  • 1 What is the Difference Between Climatic and Climactic?
  • 2 When to Use Climactic
  • 3 When to Use Climatic
  • 4 Trick to Remember the Difference
  • 5 Summary

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Hurricanes are the most severe disturbance in this area and have been known to cause extensive damage.
17.
She ultimately raises Heinrich I, who “thanks” her by turning her into his undead slave. In a battle, Blazkowicz destroys the three Dark Knights and Heinrich I, as SS chief Heinrich Himmler watches in horror, remarking afterwards “This American… he has ruined everything”.
18.
He also staged the film’s sequence, in which three men in a small boat strive to row back to shore through perilously high, rock-infested seas.
19.
There is a strong interaction between these three systems across most of the country.
20.
It can be subdivided into a number of stages: Preboreal, Boreal, Atlantic, Subboreal and Subatlantic.
21.
In 1992, Kosovo had a very hot and dry summer, which fits the B type of Köppen.
22.
Ichthyosaur extinction was thus an abrupt event rather than a long decline, perhaps related to the changes in the Turonian.
23.
The duel between king Elara and Dutugemunu is said to have been occurred near Anuradhapura where the two kings mounted on elephants; Dutugemunu mounting Kandula and Elara mounting Maha Pambata.
24.
Following a battle, D’Compose is re-sealed in amber casing and Tendril is imprisoned by the Granites.
25.
Again the vehicles had a closed operator’s compartment and were adapted for the harsh conditions.
26.
Dobbs is the author of the “Cold War trilogy”, a series of books about the moments of the Cold War.
27.
Because of the position and complicated structure of the relief, Kosovo has a variety of climate systems.
28.
From all the classifications made in Kosovo, the most accurate one is the one provided by W. Köppen.
29.
The spa is situated on the hills to the West of the Sorpe reservoir’s dam.
30.
However, the páramo was not visited because of its harsh conditions.
31.
The scene in which Chance is killed was not very well received by MGM executives, who found it to be too negative.
32.
These forests provide carbon sinks for greenhouse gases and therefore mitigate changes.
33.
It was later renamed the National Data Center, with relocation occurring in 1993.
34.
During the arc’s episode, Harley duct-tapes Mercy’s mouth shut and ties her to a killer android that attacks Batman and Superman.
35.
In the song’s bridge, Gaye coos to the bird to sing to him personally before the bird flies away in hopes he can find inspiration.
36.
The tree rings date the event to 1628 BC.
37.
Building toward the end, Copland reintroduces “Bonaparte’s Retreat” in canon, before returning to the “Rodeo” theme, which slows into the kiss between the Cowgirl and the Roper.
38.
“Digital Spy” posted a poll asking readers whether they thought the plot was anti-.
39.
76.6% of voters thought it was truly anti-, whilst the rest thought otherwise.
40.
The changes based on territories depend on various factors, such as: vegetation, humidity of the territory etc. Climate classifications are usually based on: wind exposure, mountain height and direction, effects on vegetation and watercourses.

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